Bassmaster - 1988

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April
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Timely Features - The Pet Bass ('Big Boy' lives a hand-to-mouth existence in an Indiana pond), Weedy Advantages (For giant Bass this spring, find the heaviest weeds in the lake and try these tactics), How To Become A Great Bass Detective (Want to join the ranks of fishing's very best. The following steps will take the mystery out of doing so), Sweetening The Pot: A Guide For Structure Planting (Create your own "Honey Holes" by placing cover in strategic spots), Where Bass Come From (Which was here first - the Bass or the egg?) Tackle & Techniques - Fishing The Flow (If your favorite fishing hole features current, you'll be wise to learn how Bass react to moving water), The Frog Master (Mississippi Bassmaster Alfred Williams relies on a fake frog to lure big Bass), Bass Action In Slow Motion (In many situations, a slow, easy pace will produce faster than a run-and-gun approach), How To Fish Muddy Water (Top Pro Rick Clunn finds Bass fishing better in 'dirty' water) Bassin' Vacation Guide - Vacation Towing Basics (Extra time and effort spent preparing for a trip can prevent towing hassles along the way), The Arizona Alternative (If a desert setting appeals to you, this old western lake offers outstanding scenery and easy Bass fishing), Forida's Lake County: Bass Country (This lake-dotted county in Central Florida may have more big-bass holes than any other county in America), The Undiscovered Potomac River (Within site of the United States Capitol is some of the finest Bass fishing in America), Bassin' On Golden Pond (Bass fishing on these New Hampshire lakes is like scenes out of a movie), Backpacking For Bass (Remote, almost untouched Bass lakes await the walk-in wilderness fisherman), The Thousand Islands Of Bass (Once the playground of the very rich, this section of New York is still very rich in Bass) Short Casts - Shrimp For Bass, Ricky Green's Do Sump'n Worm, New Hopes For Hydrilla Control, Fishing The Tubby Eel, Upcoming Events On The Tournament Trail, Fishing Helpers The Regular Features - About This Issue, Scott On The Line, Mail Call, Moon Times, Short Casts, B.A.S.S. In Action, The Way It Was, Pro's Pointers, Tacklebox, Harry 'N' Charlie, Weekend Angler, For Your Information, Trading Post, COming Up
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May
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Timely Features - The 'Other' Bass Rod (More often than you might believe, a weightless fly and a wispy rod are needed to get Bass to bite), Clearcutting: A Growing Threat To Bass Waters (Arkansas bass fisherman are fighting a clearcutting plan that they say endangers their favorite lake), Your Fish Or Mine? (Draw tournaments can be like dancing a Texas two-step when both parties want to lead), Pro-Rigging Your Boat (Experts who rig Bass boats for the Pros share their tricks for making Bass rigs more fishable) Tackle & Techniques - How To Hook And Play Bass (If you're losing many of the fish you hook, try super-pro Larry Nixon's fish-fighting tactics), Be A Buzzbait Renegade (If you know only one way to fish a buzzbait, you're missing half the action), How To Find And Catch Spring's Transition Smallmouths (Some of the year's best Smallmouth action is during the post-spawn period), A Tornado Strikes South Of The Border (An innovative new bass bait is making waves in the United States - and in Mexico's hot Lake Lopez Portillo), A Pitch For Invisible Bass (This technique catches bass where they aren't supposed to be - in clear, shallow water), Tandem Rigs For Bass (Double your pleasure, double your fun by offering Bass two or more baits at once), Shoreline Strategy (Learn to analyze a shoreline and find the best banks for Bass), Tules For Bass (Try emergent weeds for explosive Bass action) Short Casts - The Miramar Mystery, Another Monster Bass Is Caught In California, A New World-Record Striper, A Double-Take On Lake Tarpon, A National Fishing Policy, A World's Fishing Fair The Regular Features - About This Issue, Scott On The Line, Moon Times, Mail Call, Short Casts, Pro's Pointers, B.A.S.S. In Action, Weekend Angler, Harry 'N' Charlie, The Tournament Trail, Tacklebox, For Your Information, Trading Post, Coming Up
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July/
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Timely Features - Frogs For Summertime Bass (Breathe life into summertime bass fishing by offering the fish one of their favorite foods - frogs), A New System For Catch-And-Release (Many B.A.S.S. clubs are using a measuring board that lets them practice "instant" catch and release), Vintage Roosevelt: 1988 (During a five-week period, this Arizona lake produced new state records for both largemouth and smallmouth bass), Bake, Burn And Bass Fish (Too much sun and excessive heat could kill you - sooner, or later), Belly-Boat Bass (Fishing from a float-tube gives anglers a new perspective on the sport of bass fishing), Eastern Erie's Bronzeback Bonanza (One of New York's premier bass spots is also among the most underfished waters in the state) Tackle & Techniques - Year-Round Guide To Crankbaits Part I: Summer And Fall (Try these patterns and techniques for warm-weather cranking), Last-Ditch Tactics Of The Pros (To avoid ending the day fishless, try these desperation strategies of top pro anglers), Deep Water Structure Techniques (For year-round action on big-bass, look for drop-offs at the ends of points. Charlie Huskey says), Catching Hot-Water Pond Bass (There are problems to pond bassin' in summer, but the bass usually outweighs the woes), Fine-Tune Your Light-Line Skills (Therre's much more to light-tackle fishing than skinny line and tiny lures) The Regular Features - About This Issue, Scott On The Line, Moon Times, Mail Call, Short Casts, Pro's Pointers, The Tournament Trail, The Way It Was, Harry 'N' Charlie, Tacklebox, Weekend Angler, For Your Information, Trading Post, Fishing Helpers
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September/
October

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Timely Features - Heaven In The Headwaters (Perhaps the easiest place to find bass quickly in a lake is where it all begins), Maine's Largemouth Hot Spot (The Cobbosseecontee water shed dominates the big-fish contests of the Pine Tree State), Bassing By Canoe (On many waters, a canoe is the best and most affordable means of reaching bass-fishing hot spots), Prime Time For Ponds (Farm ponds have a special appeal to young fishermen and old-timers alike), A Matter Of Survival (New delayed-mortality studies indicate high survival rates for tournament-caught bass) Tackle & Techniques - Rick Chunn's Seasonal Approach To Bass Fishing (Part 1: How To Analyze Patterns - The 1988 Bass Angler-of-the-Year reveals his secrets for pinpointing the most productive fishing patterns), Year-Round Guide To Crankbaits (Part II: Winter and Spring - A crankbait may not be your first choice for cold-weather but it may be your best), The Versatile Carolina Worm (Add this rig to your repertoire and you'll boost your odds on bass), How To Find And Catch Fall's Transition Smallmouths (Unorthodox approaches are required for these in-between smallmouths), Flippin' Magic (Expand your shallow-water horizons by substituting new baits for the flipping jig) Short Casts - Bachaches And BASSers, Taking The Bounce Out Of Boat rides, Anti-Tournament Bill Vetoed, Fresh Water Fishing Hall Of Fame The Regular Features - About This Issue, Scott On The Line, Moon Times, Mail Call, Short Casts, Bass Boating Tips, Weekend Angler, B.A.S.S. In Action, Harry 'N' Charlie, The Tournament Trail, The Tacklebox, For Your Information, Trading Post, Fishing Helpers, Coming Up
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November
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Timely Features - A Classic Win On America's River (The historic James River provided a patriotic setting for a memorable world championship), Woo Dave's Last Hurrah (A diary of the Classic runnerup's final few hours illustrates that bass fishing is a game of ounces), Classic Fishing Patterns (The James bore bad tidings for 42 Classic contenders), A Complete Guide To Splitshotting (Try this lethal technique when bass become impossible to catch), Rick Clunn's Seasonal Approach To Bass Fishing (Part II: Probable patterns for each season - The 1988 Bass Angler-of-the-Year reveals his season-by-season guide for locating bass) Tackle & Techniques - Silent But Deadly (Topwater minnows - twitch baits - have the power to draw strikes from big Bass), Lodge-Fishing Basics (Paul Elias gets an edge on other pro anglers by fishing the ledges), The Great Smallmouth Hunt (To find smallmouths on an unfamiliar lake, first find the pattern), How To Choose Fishing Line (Advanced technology lets you match a specific fishing line to your style of fishing), Bass Lures For '89 (Wild colors, lipless crankbaits and tube-lure spinoffs dominate the bait business), Bass Reels For '89 (As much as innovation, improvement has become the watchword in reel design), Bass Rods For '89 (Now more often than ever, manufacturers are offering a rod for every reason) Short Casts - A New Battle Over Rodman Pool, Record Smallmouth Is Big Mystery, Texas' Big-Bass Boom, Name Games, Hooked On Fishing, The Danger Of Discarded Worms The Regular Features - About This Issue, Scott On The Line, Mail Call, Moon Times, Short Casts, Bass Boating Tips, Pro's Pointers, Harry 'N' Charlie, The Way It Was, The Tacklebox, Weekend Angler, For Your Information, Trading Post, B.A.S.S. In Action, Coming Up
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