Covering the Shore to Find Bass
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Covering the Shore to Find Bass

Covering the Shore to Find Bass




      

Covering the Shore to Find Bass


Covering the Shore to Find Bass

It is a mistake to rely wholly, as do some bait-casters, upon some form of surface bait. There are times, when, as every fly-fisherman has reason to know, trout and bass are not in a rising mood. As your boat moves along the shore you should whip the places which appear promising very thoroughly. One or two casts are sufficient for any one spot, but the next cast should not be more than three or four feet away. Sometimes a bass will only strike the bait when it is cast very close to him. This is particularly the case when the fish are lying close in-shore among the weeds and rushes.

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

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