Bass wars: a story of fishing, fame, and fortune

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McGraw-Hill, 1988 - Sports & Recreation - 175 pages
Describes the new professional sport of bass fishing, tells the stories of top fishermen, and looks at the world of bass fishing tournaments.

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I first read Nick Taylor's Bass Wars more than a decade ago, and it struck me as a fun, penetrating look at the professional bass fishing tournament circuit. I'm not necessarily the kind of guy who ... Read full review

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Major bass fishing tournaments offer grand prizes worth $100,000 or more. Such opportunities foster plenty of hopes and dreams, because the big winners become celebrities of sorts who may go on to ... Read full review

Contents

Truman Lake
26
The SuperInvitational
54
The U S Open
91
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