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  1. Newbie
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    Question some one be kind to teach me...

    I watch a fishing show and I heard they talk about "seam" but I dunno what does "seam" mean. They said that "we're basically reading
    the seams and the current." . Anyone pls help me out. Thanks a lot.

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    Re: some one be kind to teach me...

    I am not a fisherman, but from a couple of web sites, I got the idea that a "seam" is an area of still water adjacent to moving water.

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    #3

    Re: some one be kind to teach me...

    Quote Originally Posted by hungnhiep View Post
    I watch a fishing show, and I heard them talk about "seams," but I don't know what "seam" means. They said, "We're basically reading the seams and the current." Anyone, please help me out. Thanks a lot.
    Mike's answer makes sense to me.

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    Re: some one be kind to teach me...


    I watch a fishing show, and I heard them talk about "seams," but I don't know what "seam" means. They said, "We're basically reading the seams and the current." Anyone, please help me out. Thanks a lot.
    Hi Charlie.

    Why do we have watch not watched in the first part since we have heard in the second part, please?

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    Re: some one be kind to teach me...

    Perhaps he watches a fishing show regularly and he heard someone mention 'seam' on one occasion.

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