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This is an Ultimate Bass Fishing Library Set - 10 hardcover books by Dave Precht (Editor), James Hall (Editor)!
1. TECHNIQUES FOR THE ELITE ANGLER (2004)
With the explosion of tournament fishing in recent years, bass-fishing methodology and equipment is evolving at an unprecedented rate. "Techniques for the Elite Angler" focuses on the latest bass-fishing innovations, but also includes many refinements of techniques that have been around for a long time.
2. FISHING BASS COVER AND STRUCTURE (2003)
Valuable information to those not familiar with fishing structure. COVER is anything in the lake a fish can use for hiding. STRUCTURE is a feature of the bottom. Common types of structure include points, channels , ledges, drop offs and contour changes.
3. PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR CATCHING BASS (2004)
More American anglers pursue largemouth bass than any other freshwater gamefish. The main reason bass fishing is exciting. Once you experience the head-shaking leap of a largemouth, chances are you will come back for more.
4. GUIDE TO SOFT PLASTIC LURES (2004)
Bass fishermen are notorious for tinkering around with lures. Some are better at it than others, and that is good news for anglers looking to improve their fishing skills. Two of the best in the trade are Bobby Garland and Herb Reed, both of whom can take credit for launching a renaissance of sorts in soft plastic lures.
5. GUIDE TO WORMS AND LIZARDS (2004)
Just after dawn, June 5, 1967, Bill Dance cast a blue Fliptail plastic worm across a sunken roadbed on Arkansas' Beaver Lake and unknowlingly made bass fishing history. Moments after the Texas rigged lure entered the water, it was snapped up by a largemouth that became the first ever caught in BASS competition.
6. GUIDE TO CRANKBAITS AND JERKBAITS (2004)
Crankbaits today come in lifelike patterns that emulate shad and crawfish, two food staples of bass. By design, today's crankbaits will run from just beneath the surface to depths of 25 feet or more. While the modern crankbait was undergoing its facelift, another revolution was underway with a similar category of lure. The slender floating minnow, made of hard plastic, morphed into what is today called the jerkbait. Jerkbaits are classified as reaction lures, and rightfully so. The erratic diving, flashing and darting action they impart, oftentimes triggers the predator instinct of the bass, whether or not it's in search of a meal. Knowing the nuances of jerkbaits and crankbaits, and recognizing that they should have top shelf recognition in the tacklebox, will make you a more rounded bass fisherman. And a more successful angler.
7. HUNTING FOR TROPHY BASS (2004)
On June 2, 1932, an avid but meagerly equipped farmer named George W. Perry went fishing to catch food for his family dinner table. What he ended up catching from Georgia's Montgomere Lake was more than a meal. After hours spend chunking and winding a Creek Chub Wiggle-Fish in the dark water of the tiny Oxbow Lake, the 19 year old Perry eventually tied into what remains today the dream catch of every fanatical bass fisherman.
8. GUIDE TO TOPWATER FISHING (2004)
Decades of information, wisdom, and experimentation by the pros are all contained herein. This book is of particular value because topwaters, unlike other hard baits, come in myriad styles. Some come with props while others have appendages protruding from their bodies. Others, like the weedless spoon, are simple slabs of plastic and metal. If you are a believer that variety is the spice of life, then topwaters are for you. The only challenge to topwater fishing, if there really is one, is how to choose from the numerous options. This book will point you in the right direction. Then, all you will need to do is tie on the right weapon and make your own music.
9. GUIDE TO HARDBAITS (2004)
If you were sequestered to a deserted lake for the weekend and allowed to use only 3 types of lures, which would it be? If you picked a spinnerbait, gig and gigging spoon, you made smart choices. All things considered, these three lures collectively fit the bill as the most versatile of all bait categories because they can effectively and efficiently cover the entire water column, from the surface to the bottom and anywhere in between.
10. HOOKED! AMERICA'S PASSION FOR BASS FISHING (2001)
I once was described as a child in an adult body. I liked that. I go to bed alot of nights hating to stop whatever it is I'm doing. I get up each day looking forward to the adventure. Some nights, I watched the clock for hours, wishing the alarm would start its racket. That's because I chase bass for a living, and I'm grateful for the lifetime of unexpected joy it has given me.