Plenty of "how-to" advise. Concentrates on the ?big picture? of bass fishing, educating bass anglers about weather & how it affects fish; bass biology; & both bass & angler behavior, emphasizing the importance of taking care of the fishery, fishermen themselves, & their favorite equip. 7x10 inches, 224 pgs.
Secrets from the Headwaters by a Bassmaster Senior Writer
Bass fisherman Robert Montgomery provides readers with secrets for becoming better bass anglers
Better Bass Fishing contains plenty of how-to information while at the same time concentrating on the ?big picture? of bass fishing, educating bass anglers about weather & how it affects fish; bass biology; & both bass & angler behavior, emphasizing the importance of taking care of the fishery, fishermen themselves, & their favorite equipment.
Montgomery recommends ways that anglers can improve their fisheries through specific, individual actions; provides an in-depth look at how anglers can improve their performance through fitness & diet; & offers specifics on how anglers can better protect themselves, their vehicles, & their rods, reels, electronics, & boats while on the road.
These secrets encourage both a thoughtful approach to fishing & a realization that success is tied to far more than just using the right bait. Bass fishing is more than just catching fish; it is about enjoying meteor showers & fireflies, & about the pleasure derived from taking a kid fishing.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Robert U. Montgomery is a longtime senior writer for ESPN/BASS publications. His work has appeared in Sports Afield, North American Fisherman, Fishing World, In-Fisherman, Sport Fishing, Florida Sportsman, Saltwater Sportsman, Outdoor Life, Bassin?, Fish & Game, & other publications, & he has written special reports for the American Fisheries Society & the Clean Water Network. Montgomery lives in Bonne Terre, MO.