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    I have access to this pond to train. it is about 130 yds across no matter which way you cut it. its almost a perfect circle. I have some ideas but was wondering what some of the more experienced trainers here see as useful blinds or marks or combinations to run

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    Anytime i see a piece of water, i immediately about tune up drills and/or cheating singles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TN_LAB View Post
    Anytime i see a piece of water, i immediately about tune up drills and/or cheating singles?
    ...and water marks. This one makes me think Tune-up drills.

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    I'm seeing lots of neat stuff. That top right corner might even work for swim-by if its big enough. Down the channel marks with/without re-entries, cheats, long entries and exits...lots of concepts. Good looking spot. Alot of the ideas for marks and blinds are going to depend on the level your training at. This could go from early work to fairly advanced...
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