Bassmaster - 1990

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September/
October

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Timely Features - Programmed Trolling (On an unfamiliar lake, trolling is a shortcut to finding Bass and their feeding patterns), Dancing The Clear-Water Jig (While most of his competitors use wispy tackle and sissy baits, Jim Jared's high-odds offering is the jig-and-pig), Unsolved Lure Mysteries (Odds are certain lures in your tacklebox catch far more fish than identical baits. Learn how to pinpoint the hot baits), Structure Basics: How To Fish Cypress Trees (A handful of baits and an excellent memory are practically all you need to haul Bass out of this cover), Basic Grubbin' (Plastic grubs have grown popular in recent years, yet some anglers still aren't sure how to fish them), Swim The Jig (When Bass are on the move, a fast-working jig may be the key to bigger and better catches), Bassing The Bluffs (Perhaps the least-pressured structure in a bass lake, bluffs may also be the best of bass hideouts), Open-Water Know-How (Bass may be cover-oriented, but at times a surprising number of fish can be found offshore), A Visit To Venezuela (Gigantic Lake Guri offers fishing thrills to please any serious Bass fisherman), Oklahoma's Little Big-Bass Factory (Thanks to television exposure, Dripping Springs Lake and it's huge Bass are being discovered), Bass-Caster's Elbow (Hard-casting fishermen are vulnerable to bass-fishings version of tennis elbow) Short Casts - Lake Erie Gives Up Pennsylvania Record Smallmouth, Hydropower Projects Approach Relicensing, Country Music Star Honored By B.A.S.S. Regular Features - About This Issue, Astro-Tables, Mail Call, Scott On The Line, Short Casts, Pro's Pointers, The Tournament Trail, Bass Boating Tips, The Tacklebox, Harry 'N' Charlie, The Way It Was, For Your Information, Trading Post, Weekend Angler, Coming Up
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November
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Timely Features - No-Frills Worming (Stanley Mitchell's worm-fishing technique is plain and simple - and effective), Structure Basics: How To Fish Sandbars (In current-laden lakes and rivers, belly up to the bar to find big bass), Rick Clunn Wins His Fourth Classic (A massive final-round stringer in Classic XX vaults Clunn past Oklahoma's Tommy Bittle), Closeup: Strategies For The Classic (Here's how top Classic contenders earned the first five spots), New Life ForFlat-Sided Crankbaits (Except for Rick Clunn and some southeastern anglers, few fishermen gave a second thought to flatsided plugs), The Rise Of The Texas-Rigged Grub (With this setup, the lethal plastic grub can be fished in places nothing else short of a worm can penetrate), Retrieve Techniques: Beyond The Basics (Bass fishing is a hands-on sport. How you handle a fishing rod can make or break a day of bassing), New (And Improved) Tackle For '91 (Fishing tackle manufacturers concentrate on upgrading existing lines for the new fishing season), The Babe Ruth Of Bass Fishing (Ten years after his retirement from tournament fishing, Bill Dance remains one of the most popular heroes of the sport), The Bass Of El Salto (Currently the hottest lake in Mexico, this new reservoir should be the premier fishery for years to come) Short Casts - B.A.S.S. Signs Agreements With Federal Agencies, New Honda Motors Go Easy On The Environment, Nice Shoes, A Saltwater Bass Boat, A Memorable Catch On A Crankbait Regular Features - Scott On The Line, About This Issue, Mail Call, Astro-Tables, Pro's Pointers, Short Casts, For Your Information, Trading Post, Weekend Angler, The Way It Was, The Tacklebox, Harry 'N' Charlie, Coming Up
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