Work Week’s Over: Go Fishing!
Finally, it’s time for you to Kick Bass!
You decide to try a new lake, you launch your boat, and then you wonder: “Where should I start?”
You pick what appears to be a likely spot, and start fishing.
Or maybe you return to your favorite lake, and try the same spots that worked for you on other days.
If you’re lucky, you get a couple of grabs, maybe even catch some fish. But then, nothing, nada, zip, zero, zilch.
Do you need a different color?
A different lure?
Or do you need to try another spot?
Now you start wondering if your day of fishing bliss is going to be a bust.
Can you do anything to turn things around?
Of course you can!
What’s The Answer?
To catch bass, you first have to find bass.
Pro bass fishermen often spend a good deal of their time locating bass, then catching them.
They are always looking for the biggest bass they can find.
Maybe you would like to have a day where you can catch 20, 30, or even more bass.
But whether you want quantity or quality, you MUST find where the bass are.
How Do You Find Bass?
That’s the question. And you probably have some very good answers. If you do, I’d love for you to share them here:Share Your Tips
I will add them to my report, as well as credit you for your contribution.
Where Can I Learn More?
I’m in the process of collecting Kick Bass tips from bass fishing lovers and Bass Pro fishermen. Once I collect this data, I will compile it into a report and offer it to you FREE!
All you need to do is click the button below, sign up, and wait for me to do all the work.CATCH BASS FAST!
That’s Great, But What About NOW?
Meanwhile, I invite you to enjoy the posts I wrote on one of my other blogs:
OK. I’ll get back to work collecting this data, and share it with you as soon as I have it in an easy to use form.
Meanwhile, YOU get out there, fish, share your wisdom, and watch your email for your FREE report!
Tight Lines and Kick Bass!
Roger, The Smiling BassHole