I sure hope so. If you never get caught bluffing, then you aren't bluffing enough. You aren't going to always make a good hand/or the best hand, so you need to use the bluff as a way to take down pots that you otherwise wouldn't have.
Here's a pattern I notice a lot at 10NL at BOL. Limp/call preflop, call flop, call turn, shove river. Or, they will bet small flop, bet larger turn, then at least pot size on river if you don't raise'e,. It's not easy to figure out which one is legit and which is BS cuz they play so many hands and could very well have a bigger piece of the board than your TP.
There are many super aggressive guys. Lots of floaters as well.
Minutes ago I ended up winning a big pot by making a river call on tilt with only K high from SB. On a 332AA board. Dude limped called my raise preflop and floated me twice on the flop and turn, then he shoved on the river when I checked.
Normally I do not play that way, but I was so sick of them betting everything and catching 4 outters that I called with K high and won. One dude floated me on the flop with nothing and caught a runner runner straight. That set me on tilt. But if he bet smaller on the river I may have folded.
Sometimes you just gotta donk it if the other guy(s) are being super aggro and sense any weakness as reason to bet.
So mind your table image if you're gonna bluff. And pick the right opponent. Find the right balance.
Although I prefer tournaments, I usually bluff very rarely. I realized that bluffing requires skill, experience and knowledge.
So far, my experience is not enough for an effective and successful bluff.
I Bluff when opponent has shown weakness and I have no showdown value. My bluffing frequency is quite less than GTO. But I try my level best to Bluff when I am comfortable and confident that I can get my opponent to fold.