An Angler's Guide to Bass Patterns: Productive Methods, Places and Times

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Larsen's Outdoor Publishing, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
The Angler's Guide to Bass Patterns focuses on productive methods, places, and times. Being able to develop a pattern of successful methods and lures for specific habitat and environmental conditions is the key to catching several bass on one fishing trip. Understanding bass movements and activities and the most appropriate and effective techniques to employ will add many pounds appropriate and effective techniques to employ will add many pounds of enjoyment to the sport of bass fishing. Bass Patterns is a reference source for all anglers, regardless of where they live or their skill level. The book examines the most effective combinations of lures, methods and places for a variety of environmental conditions. The productive and proven techniques to catch both active and inactive bass are discussed.
 

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Contents

Boat Positioning
19
Deep Water Concepts
39
Weedline Patrols
57
Brushy Escapes
73
Tactics On The Rocks
87
Foaming Water Fairs
103
Wicked Wind And Weather
125
Deliverance From The Doldrums
141
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About the author (1990)

Larry Larsen is an award-winning writer and photographer with numerous published credits in major outdoor magazines.

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