HOW TO CATCH A MONSTER BASS!

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Contributed by Richie White
Lake Fork in Texas
In my 15 plus years as a professional guide on the best big bass lake in Texas (Lake Fork), I have had the fortunate experience of landing hundreds of 8-pound and 9-pound bass, dozens of bass over 10 pounds, and 5 basses over 12 pounds. Although there is no cut-and-dry approach to catch a monster bass, I have a few suggestions that may help you to land the fish of your dreams.
First of all, think of a bass over 10 pounds as a different creature than a smaller bass, even an 8-pounder or 9-pounder. Although they are the same type of fish as their smaller counterparts, they have more experience and are less likely to be lured than smaller, younger fish. Since big bass is different, often the same approach that you use on small fish won’t work on the big ones.

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