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The following articles will get you started down the right path. Follow the links at the bottom of each page for even more information.
Being a good tournament angler simply isn't enough. Good tournament anglers are a dime a dozen, and most sponsors receive dozens of resumes from them every week. However, if you keep in mind the bass fishing industry is a business in need of salesmen, you'll go far. Companies are not just looking for patch-wearing tournament anglers anymore-they are looking for consultants-anglers who can act as a liaison between customer and company. Forget the resume and focus on getting their attention in other ways. The following articles will tell you how:
The world record largemouth weighed 22 pounds, 4 ounces; most state records are between 10 and 14 pounds. The world record smallmouth weighed 11 pounds, 15 ounces, and most state records are between 7 and 9 pounds.
You don't need a boat to catch bass. These articles explain in detail what you need to know in order to catch them from the shore:
We have a growing library of articles for pond owners from the pages of Pond Boss magazine that address a wide variety of subjects. Please see our Fish and Lake Management section for more information.
In addition, Pond Boss magazine is not only an excellent resource, but they have an incredibly useful website. Go to their Ask The Boss section where expert biologists and lake managers are eager to offer their advice. The managers, editors, and writers (all certified experts and licensed professionals) check that message board every day.
We have several terrific articles on the site that explain how to rig and use the drop shot rig - complete with diagrams.