Before I get into my interpretation of the quote, let me say this first. Once in a while, I have a reader ask if I could be more specific about a topic. To be honest, figuring out how much or how little to offer when teaching someone about fishing can be a difficult task. If you give an average angler a golden nugget of information too prematurely, they never learn to appreciate the methodology and time it took to get to the level of capitalizing on that nugget. In fishing, they could be given the magic spot and catch a bunch of nice bass, but conversely, to use baseball as an example, you just can’t get on the field and hit homers against MLB pitching even if you’re given the best tips. You’ll get lucky sometimes, but when that magic spot is off (or a better pitcher steps up), there a good chance you won’t know what to do.