Bass Strike Lures from Behind
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Bass Strike Lures from Behind

Bass Strike Lures from Behind




      

Bass Strike Lures from Behind


Bass Strike Lures from Behind

Bass as a rule strike an artificial lure from the rear. Of course, when the bait is cast to one side of the fish, he takes advantage of the fact that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line and strikes from the side. But when the bait is being reeled in a bass most often comes to it from the rear. It is for this reason that moderately slow reeling is always most successful. If the lure is moving at too great speed short rises are apt to occur, and if the bass is slightly pricked it is not at all probable that he will come again. Pickerel, it should be noted, almost invariably strike from the side, and here again slow reeling is of importance, for a clean miss frequently results when the bait is moving too fast.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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