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Page 37 of 39 Bass Fishing Secrets! Further Reading The Bass Angler's Almanac The Bass Angler's Almanac is an easy-to-read reference and guide, loaded with detailed illustrations and photographs that can help any bass fisherman - from beginner to expert - take his share of good-sized fish. Written is a straightforward manner, the Almanac is just the type of book that bass anglers need - packed with tips and tidbits that the author has picked up over a lifetime of bass fishing. Advanced Bass Fishing Advanced Bass Fishing is the one book you'll keep going back to!
In 1992 to become a professional bass angler. When he left Japan, he had it in his mind he would win the Citgo Classic event. S. Citgo Classic, Takahiro went to Woo Daves house to visit Woo and see the trophy that Woo had won at the Classic several years prior. Page 30 of 39 Bass Fishing Secrets! When Takahiro saw it, he grabbed the trophy and started to yell and scream and shake the trophy over his head as if he had just won the Classic himself. He actually visualized himself winning! He was pretty pumped up when he left Woo's house that evening.
You then should let the lure sit for a few moments and repeat this process again. I will never forget, when I was 11 years old I caught my first largemouth bass over 5lbs on a clear popper with a white bucktail. The lure was a Pico Lil' Pop and what a thrill that was! I watched the fish following my lure, when all of a sudden a topwater explosion occurred, and I was in for a fight. Ever since that moment, I have been a fan of the popper style lure. I like to use it like I would a crankbait from the perspective that you can cover a lot of water when you think of your lure as a search-bait.
Bass fishing secrets by Mark Heywood