The truth is, there is really no such thing as a naturally magical spot: magic is made by the existence of several properties and actions that give the angler a complete grasp of the spot's potential. The spot is magical because the angler knows what lure and color to use there, what time of day and year is best to fish it, what angle to make the premier casts or even what weather makes it dazzle. If you want to keep it magical, it's a good idea to leave the puzzle pieces to the imagination of those who see you on it. As for keeping that magic spot for yourself, here's what I've learned: it's usually not someone else who makes a spot lose its mojo, it's he who is trying to protect it that ends up ruining it. How could that be? When someone finds something great, they go there every single time they're on the water until they pressure it to death. If you exhibit a little self discipline--by, say, spending more time looking for other spots--the magic can be prolonged.