Bass Fishing 101 - How To Catch The Next Big One (Well-formatted Edition) [NOOK Book]

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Bass defined: A fighter, ever-elusive, choice game-fish, predator by nature and reputation, the one sought-after, prized hook, catch, reel-in and land, of many an aspiring angler. How to catch Bass AND then catch more, larger bass, more often, in more places, with more consistency, having a pro-active plan and approach, stacking the odds in your favor to succeed, catching more fish and enjoying the process, is what this basic guide is all about. The hunter becomes the hunted - learn how a small change in your ...
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Bass Fishing 101 - How To Catch The Next Big One (Well-formatted Edition)

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Overview

Bass defined: A fighter, ever-elusive, choice game-fish, predator by nature and reputation, the one sought-after, prized hook, catch, reel-in and land, of many an aspiring angler. How to catch Bass AND then catch more, larger bass, more often, in more places, with more consistency, having a pro-active plan and approach, stacking the odds in your favor to succeed, catching more fish and enjoying the process, is what this basic guide is all about. The hunter becomes the hunted - learn how a small change in your paradigm, thinking and approach can lead to bass-angling success! Start thinking like the watery hunter, become and understand the bass as a hunter. Observe, learn, follow, study and use its natural habit, preferences, patterns, habits, prey and choice of food, in your angling-strategy, and you will have some interesting fish-tales to tell. (None of them tall tales of course, we hope!)… and yes, we may even learn something from the ones that get/got away! So, without further ado, let us get our rods and reels going…

Table of Contents:
Foreword - What Are We Fishing For Again? The Target: (‘Bass’) Defined
Introduction - Knowing And Going Where The Bass Are
The Basics Of Bass Fishing – An Overview
Tools Of The Trade: Tackle, Boats, Accessories, Lures And Baits (All About Plastics, Spinners, Crank And Others- TopWater And Specialty Lures)
Water, Weather, Timing And Other Environmental Aspect, Facets And Considerations For Bass Fishing
Techniques For Bass Fishing Like A Pro (Worms, Skipping, Ripping, Drift Trolling, Flyrodding)
The art of accurate casting
Playing and landing fish
Lure-fishing and spinning
Plastic worms
Mistakes And Secrets Related to Bass Fishing
Styles And Specialty Bass Fishing
Skipping
Ripping
Drift Trolling
Fly-rodding
Night and Ice-fishing
Final Thoughts: Summary and Conclusions
Catch-and-release fishing
References And Other Handy Books On Bass Fishing
Other online links and resources
Bass Fishing Glossary
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012490377
  • Publisher: eBook Legend
  • Publication date: 5/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 161 KB

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    Posted November 20, 2011

    Beginner book!

    The title of this book should be" not gonna learn much in this book!






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    Worst ever

    Nothing but warmed over garbage. Do not waste your time. I am very disapointed in barns and noble would sell this garbage.

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