How to Catch the Biggest and Most Bass in Any Lake You Fish Print
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Written by Mark Davis   
Monday, 02 July 2012 14:38
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA - 07/02/2012 - Mark Davis of Mt. Ida, Arkansas, has won the Bassmaster Classic in 1995 and is a thorough fisherman. He's a threat to win any bass tournament he enters and to catch the biggest bass in the tournament. Davis is one of the 18 pros who John E. Phillips' interviewed for his new $0.99 Kindle eBook "How to Catch the Biggest and Most Bass in Any Lake."

 

"My secret to catching the most bass I can is to do whatever is required on whatever lake I'm fishing at that time of the year to catch bass," Mark Davis explains. "If I have to fish a 1/16-ounce crappie jig on 6-pound-test line in 30 feet of water to make a bass bite, then that's what I'll do. If I have to fish a Rocket Shad spinner bait in 1-foot-deep water to catch a bass, then I'll do it. To catch the most bass on any lake, you need to be willing to fish with whatever lures and tactics required to make a bass - any bass and size - to bite.

 

"If I'm going to catch the biggest bass in any lake, I'm going to fish a 3/8-ounce or a 1/2-ounce Premier Elite jig. I'll use the black-and-blue color with either a pork chunk trailer in the black-and-blue color or some type of crawfish imitation for a trailer. I'll put that jig in the heaviest cover I can find - either in shallow or deepwater. I'll fish the jig slowly to catch really-big bass. My second choice for a big-bass lure will be a Strike King Series 5 crankbait. I can fish this lure through cover really well. I'll fish it around stumps or logjams or swim it across the top of grass. If I only can pick one color, I'll select watermelon shad. This lure is pearl-colored with a bright green back."

 

To consistently catch bass, decide the obvious pattern and bait for fishing that pattern, and then do something completely different. When you break rules of bass fishing, you'll use various lures when you're not supposed to, you'll fish water that most other anglers won't fish, and you'll use tactics that break all the rules to catch more and bigger bass.

 

To learn more about how to catch bass from some of the best bass fishermen in the nation, get the new Kindle eBook, "How to Catch the Biggest and Most Bass in Any Lake" by John E. Phillips. You can go to http://www.amazon.com/kindle-ebooks and type-in the name of the book to find it.


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