| Smallmouth Bass : An In-Fisherman Handbook of Strategies
by Al Lindner
"This book discusses fish movements and strategies for the different times of the year. You find out why you may have caught fish in the Summer then caught nothing in the Fall. Lots of diagrams. Teaches you what the fish are doing throughout the year and where they are doing it." - A reader
Bass: An In-Fisherman
Handbook of Strategies
by In-Fisherman Staff
"Along with excellent information on every aspect of bass angling the book speaks to history, philosophy, and management of America's bass resources. Bass behavior and locales are expertly outlined. All kinds of lures and techniques for their use are thoroughly discussed as well as rods and reels that make a complete bass fishing package. This book has outstanding photos and illustrations that clarify and enhance the subjects covered. If you bass fish or intend to begin this would be a number one choice." - A reader
by Don Oster
The purpose of this book is to make you a better bass fisherman. It leads you through the world of bass fishing with clear, concise text and spectacular color photographs. Most bass fishermen know how to catch largemouth in their favorite lake when conditions are right. But if the weather changes or if they try a different lake, they fail to make the necessary adjustments. This book will show you how to find bass quickly and how to make them bite in almost every conceivable situation.
|The Bass Fisherman's Bible
by Erwin A. Bauer, Mark Hicks
"First the book brings you into a deep introduction about the Largemouth Bass. It then goes on to explaining how to locate the fish, and how their eyes work. Then you are brought through an intense description and explanation about the lures used to catch the bass, and also tells how to use these tools of the sport. You are then introduced to bass tackle..." - A reader
by Homer Circle, Rod Walinchus (Illustrator)
No one knows bass like Homer Circle. For more than fifty years, Uncle Homer, as he's affectionately known, has been obsessed with these enigmatic fish. Much of today's common knowledge about bass fishing originated with Circle, and this book takes you back to the source.
|Roland Martin's 101 Bass-Catching Secrets
by Roland Martin, Tim Tucker (Editor)
|Falcon Best Bass Tips : Secrets of Successful Lure Fishing
by Steve Price
Best Bass Tips is an indispensable guide to catching America's number one sport fish. Whether you're after largemouth, smallmouth, or spotted bass, veteran angler and outdoor writer Steve Price gives you all the information you need to put fish on the line. You'll discover how to locate bass, improve your topwater success, use spinnerbaits and buzz baits, develop jig awareness, and much more. Learn how to vary your lure fishing techniques to catch more and bigger bass.
|Bassing With the Best
Techniques of America's Top Pros
by Gary White
"A very informative book to both the experienced and inexperienced angler. The novice learns some sound basics and the more seasoned angler is reminded of some very important details he or she may have forgot." - A reader
|The Field & Stream Bass Fishing Handbook
by Mark Sosin, Bill Dance
How to understand and catch America's most popular game fish in rivers, creeks, ponds, and lakes, with dozens of helpful schematic drawings. Line drawings & photographs.
|Catching Bass Like a Pro
by Steve Price, Guy Eaker
Under the expert guidance of these seasoned pros, you'll discover tricks for patterning unfamiliar water, recognizing prime bass habitat, and once you have found the fish, presenting the right lure in the right way. Spinnerbaits, crankbaits, tubes and topwater lures - you'll learn the tricks and techniques that help you catch more fish and bigger fish.
|Kevin Vandam's Bass Strategies : A Handbook for All Anglers
by Kevin Vandam, Louie Stout
"Informative and successful tactics used in the art of bass fishing. Kevin VanDam covers it all from tackle to technique, bad weather to muddy water. He also covers the mental aspect of the sport. Whether your a budding angler or seasoned professional, this book contains information that will broaden your knowledge of bass fishing." - A reader
|Bass on the Fly
by A. D. Livingston, Nick Lyons
The majority of America's freshwater anglers fish for bass with spinning or casting rods and some kind of hardware: plugs, spinnerbaits, plastic worms. But A. D. Livingston says that, in many situations, the best way to take bass is with the fly rod. And despite fly fishing's reputation as an expensive, elitist sport, taking bass on the fly can be by far the least expensive way to go.
|L. L. Bean Fly Fishing for Bass Handbook
by Dave Whitlock (Illustrator)
Here is a new, full-color edition of this compact and effective guide to fly fishing for bass, panfish, and other warm-water species. Fly rodding for bass and other warm-water game fish is becoming increasingly popular. No one is better qualified to lead beginners into this exciting frontier than Dave Whitlock, whose flies and videos have pioneered new possibilities for bass fishermen everywhere.
|Largemouth Bass Fly-Fishing : Beyond the Basics
by Terry Wilson, Roxanne Wilson
"An exhaustive guide covers everything a fly fisher needs to know about largemouth bass, including habitat, approach, delivery, fly animation, fishing the shallows, the vertical drop, fishing the mid-depths, going deep, time/weather/locational patterns, seasonal/night information, fly patterns, and more." - A reader
|Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass
by Harry Murray
Harry Murray discusses all aspects of fly fishing for smallmouth in this important book, from topwater flies, bugs, poppers, and tactics, to new brands of streamer, nymph, and "strymph" fishing that he and others have developed over the years. He explores the bass in its environment - its food and feeding patterns. He also shows how best to read the water; how best to fly fish for smallmouth from boats; better casting techniques for the big flies used; how to tie effective smallmouth patterns; and how to choose the right tackle.
|The Art of Tying the Bass Fly
Flies for Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, and Pan Fish
by Skip Morris, Richard Bunse (Illustrator)
|Also see Striped Bass|
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