2019 Summer Issue
BASS ANGLER MAGAZINE – BAM – Helping You Catch More Bass Since 1992!
Long, warm days dawned with crisp air and illuminated throughout with abundant sunshine were made for bass fishing. Summertime is upon us, and the possibilities for amazing fishing extend beyond the daylight hours and well into the night. For many bass anglers, summer was the season when it all began; for future generations of anglers, that time is now. The indelible memory of catching that very first bass on topwater. The thrill of the fight. The heart-stopping aerial acrobatics of an ornery smallmouth. The original grip-‘n’-grin photo. Here at Bass Angler Magazine we readily admit that summer is a sentimental time of year. Here, firmly rooted, lie our fishing origins—with this issue of BAM we will continue to cultivate those seeds of bass fishing.
James “Worldwide” Watson loves to fish topwater baits in the summer. By further explaining his go-to tweaks and adjustments, Watson is doing his part to help create unforgettable summertime memories, filled with cannonball-like explosions on top.
It’s no secret that MLF pro Timmy Horton loves to crank deep baits offshore during the warmer months. Horton refines his technique for dredging up schooling bass from the depths and shares with us some of his secrets for success.
Summertime can be a season of fishing community holes and rubbing elbows. Occasionally that is the only way to get on the fish. Many anglers despise fishing in crowds, but when it’s a necessity, B.A.S.S. pro Robbie Latuso defines the proper etiquette when playing bumper boats with fellow anglers is inevitable.
From cover to cover, BAM’s 2019 Summer issue is stacked with info that any angler can implement on the water almost immediately. From the bluegill spawn to fishing docks, punching tactics to spooning deep, fishing current to understanding baitfish—you’ll find all you need to successfully attack the season within these pages.
Bass Angler Magazine highlights the latest seasonal tips, techniques, and tactics from the world’s best anglers, broken down in an easy-to-understand format. Now everyone can catch fish like a pro.
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