Reviews For Bassmaster Magazine

The best Gift my wife gave me..........

I love to fish. I was brought up fishing, our family would take us on fishing and camping trips when I was little and I just loved it. Now as an adult and I have children of my own now, we go fishing together. I sometimes like to just go myself or with my buddies. But on to the topic?

BassMasters is one magazine that I just love to read; it is full of articles and pictures. The articles give me great advice on how to catch the big fish. The tips they have in the articles I have used several times and I have to say some of the, but not all of them do work.

With reading this magazine, I have found out where the best place to fish for Bass and Trout at. What the tempter of the water should be for those types of fish. I found many new places to go fishing at from this magazine.

You have articles from real life men who make it their living by fishing, and who have won many tournaments. This is a book that is full of all the new fishing bait that comes out, so it can keep us fishermen up to date. It will teach you how to thread a minnow, and tell you what bait is best used in every type of water from murky water, to clear as blue water.

The graphics in this magazine are outstanding; they bring the fish to life almost, I remember seeing a Bigmouth Bass that was like 27 inches long. I was amazed to see how graphic it looked in the magazine. I have to say that after reading this magazine, and subscribing to it, that I have brought my fishing talent up a few notches. I would recommend this magazine to anyone who just loves to fish.


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A Must Have for any bass fisherman!!

My wife buys this one for me at the local bookstore. I am a outdoorsman that loves to fish. I use to fish our local bayous and waterways every weekend before I became disabled. My wife would also accompany me on many of my outings.

Bassmasters magazine is great in the fact that the whole magazine is strictly about fishing. Every issue is packed with tips on how to use baits,scents,and lures. The magazine also has professional bass fishermen that gives up to date tips on how to land a lunker.

The articles are informative and the information can be used in this area. The equipment advertised in Bassmasters is useful although kind of pricey to say the least. The best tip that I ever got out of this magazine was a tip to buy a bottle of garlic scent fish attractant.

My wife and I attended a Bassmasters Classic and I purchased a bottle.Sure enough the following fishing trip,I landed a 5 lb bass within ten casts. That was not my first bass that i ever caught,but for sure the easiest. So I do know first handed that the products Bassmasters promotes and sells does work.Also works with the kids,my 6 year old was able to land a little bass using this garlic fish attractant.

I recommend this magazine to any bass fisherman no matter how much experience is had.This is an excellent magazine with reputable companies and interesting articles.


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Bassmaster has it all!

I have been a Bassmaster subscriber for 12 years and wouldn't dream of letting my subscription lapse. I am a bassfisherman and fish many tournaments.

This magazine is the "top of the line" when it comes to accurate, up-to-date articles on bassfishing. The articles are useful to both novice and experienced fishermen/women. Whether you are just a weekend angler or a serious tournament angler, the information in this magazine is priceless.

There are "how-to" articles that can teach you everything from knot-tying to learning to "pitch and flip" to how to handle a boat in rough water.

You can also gain a wealth of knowledge regarding different types of water, i.e. rivers, natural lakes, reservoirs, etc. There are many articles on bass behavior, fishing in different weather conditions, new techniques and coutless other subjects.

I have saved my magazines and have even cataloged them so that I can look up a particular topic when needed.

I would absolutely recommend this magazine to anyone who is interested in becoming a better bassangler. THIS MAGAZINE HAS IT ALL.

I also subscribe to "Bassin", "Infisherman", and several regional magazines, but the only one that I anxiously await every month is Bassmasters.


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Best of its kind

Of all of the single species magazines, Bassmaster is heads and shoulders above the crowd. They use their network of Bassmaster pros to bring in information and insights into bass fishing that gives the reader a diverse body of information and opinion. While their copy editors may not be Hemingway, they distill this information into prose that can be understood by anyone capable of reading. Further, Bassmaster has been consistent with its conservation stands (not all of which I agree).

For years, Bassmaster felt the strong influence of Ray Scott, its founder. Now that he's sold the company to Helen Sevier, some minor changes have been noted. One positive change was the hiring of Homer Circle as an editor. Uncle Homer is probably the greatest living fishing writer, not only for his technical knowleg but he also breathes soul into the sport. Bassmaster is going through some growing pains right now, but they're still the best of their breed. If you know your flippin' stick from your worm rod, Bassmaster is for you. If you're looking for info on how to snag huge pike, you'd better go elsewhere


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A Fishing Must

This is a fantastic fishing magazine, written by the true experts. It reviews new items, which is great for us fisherman so we don't have to spend 5 bucks on every lure only to find out it doesn't catch fish. Probably the best thing in the magazine is the advice for seasonal fishing. Their advice on what to do when fall hits probably caught me at leats 3 or 4 by itself. I fish almost everyday in the summer, and I cannot tell you how much this magazine has benefitted my overall ability. I've read so many ways to try fishing a lure some different way, and as soon as I switched, bang, fish. There are also a lot of pictures. As fisherman, you can say what you want about other people catching fish, but we all know we love to look at the pictures. Great magazine, a must for any bass fisherman.


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Bassmaster Magazine....#1

Bassmaster Magazine is the "Bible" of the bass fishing world. Each month it is packed with articles for the everyday pleasure bass fisherman all the way up to the touring professionals. Each month they give you 'astro tables' to help you hone in on peek feeding times...a nice little section of pro's pointers....it also has a spot for their 'mail call' so the readers can send in questions to be answered by some of the world's best bass fisherman. Throw in reports from the hottest bass lakes...a lunker page where readers can send in pictures of themselves with the catch of their lives...with the latest tournament updated with descriptions of how the top '5' finished...and how they caught their fish. Then throw in some fishing and environmental editorials that affect all bass fisherman. And everybody's favorite section of the comic adventures of "Harry 'N' Charlie" and their bass fishing mis-adventures! Basically, each month the magazine is packed full of all the latest that's going on in the bass fishing world. I have been a subscriber for over 15 years and just reading the informative articles has made me better angler. I owe most of my tournament success to articles and their tournament coverage. Even for the most advanced angler...the magazine will, in some way, make him too a better angler.

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A true Fishermen's Magazine

Bassmaster is a must have magazine if you consider yourself a bassangler. Bassmaster comes with a paid membership to the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.), and is a great value and very informative. This magazine is filled with useful articles, which gives you the insider information of the bass world. The bass pros share their own personal secrets and tips on how to catch bass, how to pick the right lure, how to organize your favorite lures, and even on things like boat oil and bass boats. The magazine also has great classified ads which have information on fishing trips and tours, fishing gear and boat insurance. Even though all of the articles are helpful and fun to read, my favorite part of the magazine is the Lunker Page. The Lunker Page consists of pictures of members of B.A.S.S. who have caught a bass weighing over 10 pounds. This page is a great place to look at amazingly large bass. The Bassmaster magazine has it all for any bass angler. This magazine is a must have for all "born to be" bass anglers.


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If you like fishing this magazine is for you

As an avid fisherman for 18 years my husband thoroughly enjoys this magazine. B.A.S.S. has the concerns of fisherman at the heart of every issue covering topics from boating safety to tips from readers on how to save money with the tips page. The reviews of lakes all over the country also gives fishermen an idea of what fishing is like in other regions, and the pro pointers can help even the most novice fisherman catch fish like a pro. Another nice touch is the readers can write to the magazine and have their questions answered by a pro that is familiar with the subject.The magazine helps keep fishermen in tune with current trends in fishing tackle and electronic aids,as well as promotes conservationism.

The best thing about this magazine is that it will meet the needs of almost all fishermen and fisherwomen.



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Great for beginners!

Wow..... I just started bass fishing a little over a year ago. Didn't know flippin' for floppin'. Its not like you can just ask someone a simple how-to question, you need to know what to ask first.

Well "Bassmaster" magazine is truly the source for what to ask and how to do it. I have learned so much from this magazine in the past 6 months. They provide professional tips, regional fishing hints on specific lakes, tournament info, product reviews and fishing strategies. Fantastic photo's and diagrams support each article. They use well respected sportsmen who are walking the talk. All in layman's language! Its easy to read and easy to understand. But here's the best part, your issue arrives when it supposed to! February shows up in your mail February 1!!!!! Too cool.........

Gary


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GET HOOKED ON BASS WITH BASSMASTER

Bassmaster is a must have for the serious and novice bass fisherman. From advice from the pro's to new lures and new equipment, Bassmaster has it all. Things you would expect to read about in this magazine are: How the pro's fared at their last tournament, where the next tournament is, how to analyze a lake, stream or river for bass, which lures to use including color, size, time of day, time of year, and water temperature. It has excellent pictures and articles and also offers some good gimme's just for joining and becoming a member of BASS. The only thing I dont like about the magazine is that when I read it in the off-season, I want to get out there myself and get some good fishing in.


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