A good dock fisherman, for example, is not good only because he can skip a lure under the planks. He's good because he sees more than the obvious casting targets above the water, like that one barely visible broken-off piling, or the top of a submerged brush pile below the walkway. The same goes for an angler that excels at fishing grass or cranking submerged ditches. You can bet that he see's every hole and every curve, every change in veggie type, and every subtle water color contrast to gauge depth or grass maturity levels. If you’re lacking in the looking department, it’s a resolution I strongly suggest making. I promise it will help you catch a lot more fish. Happy New Year everyone, and thanks for reading in 2014!