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Book details
  • SubGenre:Fishing
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Keys To Catching Georgia Bass
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:75
  • eBook ISBN:9781940263007

Keys To Catching Clarks Hill Bass

by Ronnie Garrison

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Each book will take a Georgia lake and give ten spots to fish each month of the year. The text will have GPS coordinates and a description of the spot and how to fish it, with a lake map showing the ten spots.
Keys To Catching Clarks Hill Bass contains twelve chapters, one for each month of the year. For each month there is a map of the lake with ten bass fishing spots marked on it. In the text, GPS coordinates for each and a description of how to fish it and what to use. There is also an introductory section with a little information about the fisherman that gave the ten spots and how to fish them. The fishermen include area guides, professional bass fishermen from the area and local fishermen that fish the lake often. Their lure and fishing methods tips will help you catch bass any month of the year. Lure choices are presented with detailed information on how to fish each spot with those lures.
About the author
Ronnie Garrison is an award-winning outdoors magazine and newspaper writer and the author of The Everything Fishing Book. He fishes everyday and has been a bass club tournament fisherman for 34 years. Experience: Since 1986 Ronnie Garrison has written a weekly outdoor column for the Griffin Daily News. His first feature magazine article for a state magazine appeared in 1987 and he has over 500 articles published in Georgia Outdoor News, Alabama Outdoor News, Georgia Sportsman, Bassin Times, Bass Champions and Sporting Clays magazines and wrote The Everything Fishing Book published by Adams Media. Those articles have won more than 30 "Excellence in Craft" awards from the Georgia Outdoor Writers Association. He is a member and past president of that organization and a member of Southeast Outdoor Press Association and Profession Outdoor Media Association. From Ronnie Garrison: Some of my earliest memories are of following my grandmother to local farm ponds, trying to catch anything that would bite. I never met a fish I didn't want to catch. If you love fishing as much as I do, I think you will enjoy http://fishing-about.com