Friday, April 29, 2011

Making Your Own Bass Rigs & Lures

For the price of a couple of new lures this book will give you step-by-step instruction on putting together over 30 rigs and lures. Plus you get instructions on presentation, retrieval and all the basics of bass fishing. You’ll save the cost of this book in one fishing trip.Bass Rigs & Lures is a 60 page book in pdf format that you can download right now, Here’s what you get:

The basic rigs
All the rigs you’ve ever heard about, all in one place. The Texas Rig, the Carolina Rig, the Drop Shot Rig and others.

Plus over 30 new rigs and variations on old ones.
Ever hear of the Backward Texas Jerk, the Texas Whiskers Rig or the Skirted Worm Rig? Probably not, because they’re presented here for the first time anywhere. And the bass haven’t heard of them either, and that’s key! 

The basic knots
Step by step instructions and full color illustrations on tying the few simple knots you’ll need to put the rigs and lures together. The Palomar Knot, Barrel Knot, and Blood Knot, plus the Clinch Knot and its variations.

The basic hooks, lines and sinkers
What they look like, how to get them and how to use them in your rigs and lures for smooth, tangle-free fishing and fast, sure hook-sets.

Casting and presentation tips. 
The Texas Rig and the Carolina Rig, as you probably know, are cast differently, presented to the fish differently and retrieved differently. You’ll find tips and pointers on fishing these and every other rig and lure in the book.

Over 90 links to the parts you may need.
If you don’t have a particular hook or sinker in your tackle 
box, just click on the links and you’ll go directly to what you need.

Why do new lures flash onto the fishing scene, work like magic for a while and then fade into oblivion?
Thanks in part to the success of catch-and-release, bass get the opportunity to see the same lures again and again, especially on heavily fished lakes. Over time, they learn to avoid the lures they see most often – the most popular 

A researcher who agrees with this theory is Dr. Keith Jones, Director of Research at the Berkley Fish Research Center in Spirit Lake, Iowa. In his book, “Knowing Bass, The Scientific Approach to Catching More Fish,” Dr. Jones states, “The results show that under some circumstances, bass can remember lures for at least up to three months and perhaps much, much longer. Who knows? If the experience is bad enough, they might never forget.”
His research suggests that one way to overcome this shyness on the part of the bass is to show them lures they haven’t seen before. One way to do that is to buy all the hot new lures as soon as the come out and race your fishing buddies to the lake. But with lures costing several bucks a pop, there’s an obvious downside to that.
Another way is to devise your own rigs and lures from stuff that you already have. And that’s what Bass Rigs and Lures you can make from stuff in your tackle box” is all about – showing the bass something different.

How is this book different from 99% of other fishing books?
Most other books describe in tedious detail how technique can improve your chances of catching fish. Or give instructions on tying a hundred knots when all you need is three or four. Or have an entire chapter devoted to one type of lure.

Bass Rigs & Lures gives you just what you need to know on all of the above – no more, no less. AND over 30 rigs and lures that are proven to catch fish. PLUS over 90 links to the parts and pieces you may need to put them together. Bass Rigs and Lures contains over 60 pages of full color illustrations, instructions and tips.

"Bass Rigs & Lures" is only $12 and here is where you can get more details on how to purchase.