Can you recommend some good bass fishing books?

Can you recommend some good bass fishing books?

The best bass fishing enthusiasts will actively admit that they have asked for help when they need it and have searched for resources to help them improve their technique. There are many ways to find help, hints, tips and various other tidbits that may help you but you have to choose the right one for you and in many cases this will depend on your experience level. There are plenty of resources around today for the beginner or the expert but there are only a few that appeal to every bass fishing enthusiast. The resources that appeal to everyone can largely be found in all good book stores and in Internet stores as well. There are a number of titles that you could choose regardless of level and a few of the better ones are listed below: The Bass Angler’s Almanac by John Weiss is a good book to start with. It was published in 2002 and contains over 650 tips that can help any bass fisherman or woman because it covers all levels. Better still, there is always something new to discover in this book because it is so comprehensive. If something does not work for you then you could always move onto something else within the pages. Hooked On Bass by Alan Vaughan and Mike Ladle is also a good book. It was published in 2003 and provides a comprehensive guide to everything from the bass itself to how to use complex rigs. It has extensive diagrams and pictures to help you out and can really kick start your fishing ability!


Dan Eggertsen is a fellow bass fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on bass fishing since 2004.

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