Special Report #63
HOW TO BE A MASTER BASS DETECTIVE
Master fisherman Gary Klein of Weatherford, Texas, takes the Sherlock Holmes approach to solving the great mystery of where and how to catch bass. Klein pinpoints where a bass is through information gained before he fishes -- from past experience and by trial and error. He learns more about how to fish a lake before he puts his boat in the water than many anglers do after racing up and down the river for hours.
Klein explains that there are certain questions that an angler must ask himself before he leaves home -- what type of water he will be fishing, what time of the year is it, and what are the spawning conditions are. As Klien explains, "One of the best ways to find bass on a new lake or a river is to take a small section of the water such as a cove, creek, or slough, fish it and see what happens. When you get a bite, notice how deep you're fishing, what type of structure you're fishing on, how far you are from the mouth or back of the creek or slough, what other structure is close by, and where the fish are in relation to the structure.
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