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John Neporadny is an expert bass fisherman, and he’s here to offer his secrets and those of other fishing greats on hooking hawg largemouths in 101 Bass Fishing Tips. The latest techniques and tactics are revealed in this book full of tips from the top touring pros. The best competitors of the Bassmaster and FLW circuits share their secrets on how to catch largemouth bass throughout the year on various bodies of water.
Learn how to select the right tackle and lures so you can fish just like the pros. Bass fishing’s elite anglers also discuss how to find fish on structure such as drop-offs, ledges, points, and flats. They also describe their tricks for coaxing bass out of weeds, bushes, stumps, docks, and other types of cover.
Beginners and advanced anglers alike will discover a treasure trove of valuable information they can apply on their favorite waters to catch America’s most popular game fish. Full of information and great stories, 101 Bass Fishing Tips is the best guide available to help fishermen land more bass and is a revealing look at the exciting world of professional fishing.
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