Re: What makes a quality surfcaster??
All great comments in this thread. To me it has always #1 been just being there surrounded by nature's sights, sounds, challenges and gifts while taking advantage of the opportunities to enjoy the experience. Over the last 50+years I have pounded sand and climbed rocks (not anymore) in many spots from Maine to South Carolina meeting many people, learning much and teaching some, and occasionally being amazed by what has taken place. I have met and fished, walked, and talked with several members of this forum who have impressed me as "quality surfcasters". They care for the environment, respect and protect what they pursue, and would most likely say they would "rather be fishing".