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THE Official Lake of The Ozarks Fishing Guide Book


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THE Lake of the Ozarks Fishing Guide compiles the best techniques for fishing one of the most popular lakes in Missouri.  The guide is filled with 180 pages of tips from the pros and local experts on how to catch black bass, crappie, white bass and catfish at the Lake of the Ozarks. Numerous photos, maps of each section of the lake and information on lodging, access areas and marina locations are also included in the book. The guide also has a special chapter on how touring bass pros Denny and Chad Brauer and Guido and Dion Hibdon and crappie pro angler Tony Edgar fish their home waters throughout the year. Another chapter covers Bass Tournament Winning Patterns, which reveals how Central Pro-Am, Wal-Mart BFL and Bassmaster events have been won since the 1990s. Guaranteed to help you make critical decisions on fishing at Lake of the Ozarks.

101 Bass Fishing Tips


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In 101 Bass Fishing Tips, the best competitors of the Bassmaster and FLW circuits share their secrets on how to catch largemouth bass throughout the year on various bodies of water. No detail is too small, including the information on selecting the right tackle and lures so you can fish just like the pros. Bass fishing's elite anglers also discuss how to find fish on structure such as drop-offs, ledges, points, and flats, and describe their tricks for coaxing bass out of weeds, bushes, stumps, and other types of cover.

Beginners and advanced anglers alike will discover a load of valuable information they can apply on their favorite waters to catch America's most popular game fish. Full of information and great stories, 101 Bass Fishing Tips is the best guide available to help fishermen land more bass and is a revealing look at the exciting world of professional fishing

About John


John Neporadny Jr. began free-lance  writing part-time in 1991 when he had his first article published in BASSMASTER  Magazine. The University of Missouri School of Journalism graduate left  a newspaper editor position in 1983 to devote all of his time to writing  about freshwater fishing, especially bass and crappie. Since then his articles have appeared in several national and regional outdoor publications including Field & Stream, BASSMASTER, B.A.S.S. Times, In-Fisherman,         BASSIN'’, CRAPPIE World, and Fishin' Magazine.

As a youth, John fished streams, rivers and lakes throughout Missouri and Illinois. He started fishing the Lake of the Ozarks in the 1970s and moved to the lake area in 1982.   John also was a part-time guide on the lake for five years and has competed in bass and crappie tournaments on his home waters.