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If you could sit down and interview some of the best pro bass fishermen in the world, what would you want them to tell you to help you improve your bass fishing skills? In this book, How to Bass Fish Like a Pro, Kevin VanDam will explain how he catches bass consistently, how he fishes all 12 months of the year, and in the bonus chapters, he will tell you how to fish for hot-weather bass.

Denny Brauer will tell you the ways he hates to fish, how he picks the best fishing lures for different water and weather conditions, and will give you his best fishing tips for hot weather. In Brauer's bonus chapters, he'll teach you when to flip a jig, a tube, or a creature bait and tell you his three tips for how to be a better fisherman.

Mark Davis, in Chapter 3 of the book, explains his five secrets to becoming a better bass fisherman, how to turn your bass fishing around to the positive side, and how to catch hot-weather bass. In the bonus chapter, you'll get six different interviews with Davis, where he tells you: three tips for becoming a better bass fisherman; his three favorite bass lures; and how to keep a big bass on the line and get it to the boat.

James Niggemeyer tells you how to become a bass pro. He also tells you how to catch bass when the weather sizzles. In Niggemeyer's bonus chapter, he explains how to move from being a bass-club fisherman up to being a pro.

Mark Rose will explain his five favorite go-to bass lures, and how to catch bass in the middle of the summer.

In this book, you'll hear from the pro fishermen about how they catch big bass consistently, and what they do to win millions of dollars as professional bass fishermen.

©2014 John E. Phillips (P)2016 John E. Phillips

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Sould be labeled as an ad

This "book" is nothing more than one long ad for Strike King products and the guide services of the Strike King sponsored fishermen.

The reader very obviously doesn't fish, which also distracts fro. trying to actually gain any knowledge from this ad...err, "book"

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Good Info, weird reading, ad for Strike King

Good information, presented well. The reader was weird. It sounded like he was one of those robotic voice things and sometimes I wondered what was going on. It’s pretty obvious that he didn’t know fishing lingo and terms, but there were also awkward pauses and sentence flow. It was distracting. Every technique/lure is Strike King; obviously set up/sponsored by them.