ANGLER’S GUIDE TO BASS PATTERNS: PRODUCTIVE METHODSby: Larry Larsen
Examines the most effective combinations of lures, methods and places for a variety of environmental conditions and explains productive and proven techniques. B/w photos & illustrations; 5×8 inches, 160 pgs.
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 of “enjoyment” to the catch. This book examines the most effective combinations of lures and methods to catch active and inactive bass. The book is a reference source for all anglers, regardless of where they live or their skill level. It 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. The chapter coverage includes: Lure Perception; Boat Positioning; New Water Strategies; Deep Water Concepts; Buried Bass Discoveries; Weedline Patrols; Vegetation Tactical Moves; Brushy Escapes; Dockside Duty; Tactics On The Rocks; River Revelations; Foaming Water Fairs; Open Water Tactics; Wicked Wind And Weather; Seasonal Transitions; Inactive, Structure-less Bass and more.
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK
Publish Date: 11-11-1997