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cool. I tried it out. I didnt know what question to submit so I submitted a corny one lol "what color worm when" lol oughta be interesting to hear their answer to it lol

Thanks for the find Rodney.
 

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Heres a sample of their newsletter ( already received it ) havent looked at the ebooks yet, but d/l 3 of them


The Most Intense Bass Angling Tips That Expert Bass Fishermen
Don't Want You To Know!!!
In the last 25 years the sport of bass fishing has grown into a billion dollar industry which
shows no signs of slowing down. Their strength and aggression provides a thrill to fishermen
who love this unequalled record breaking sport.

The more you understand and know about largemouth bass the more successful you will be
at catching them and receiving award winning trophies.

Largemouth bass are one of the best fighting fish in the world. What makes them such an
extreme adventure for every fisherman is their aggressive nature.

Nearly every swamp, pond, lake and river holds a largemouth bass that's keen to strike.

The trick is outsmarting them and getting them to strike.

Here are the most common personality traits of expert bass fishermen:

1. Confidence

If you don't believe in your ability to catch largemouth bass then you probably won't be
catching anything except a cold. They're a bit like other animals like dogs and horses.
They sense your fear, your insecurity, your unsuredness. Bag a bass more often by being
confident in your own fishing abilities: your lure, your fishing techniques, your rod and your
reel.

2. Patience and tolerance

Expert bass fishermen understand the long hours sitting in wait. Fishing, like no other sport,
involves patience and sheer determination. Just because a fishing spot does not product
instant fish does not mean it's not holding fish. Expert bass fishermen have learnt that to
snag a largemouth bass they must learn to fish one spot long enough before moving on.

3. Keep your cool

There is absolutely no room for anger in fishing. Pro anglers know that you can never let
your temper get the better of you when bass fishing. Fish are very sensitive and it will affect
your chances of getting a strike. It will also lessen the enjoyment of others around you.
Never let your emotions take over.

4. Be aware of your surroundings and what Mother Nature is trying to teach you

Trophy bass fishermen have learnt to work hand in hand with Mother Nature. Mother Nature
tries to show bass fishermen many things to help them bag the catch of their dreams. A pro angler
will notice any changes in conditions, fish movement, current breaks, and floating lily pads. They
will also be alert to where birds are feeding and where bait fish seem the most active. So stop
fishing the hard way and start observing what Mother Nature is trying to reveal to you.

5. Be ready to act quickly

There is a lot of idle time when fishing. Bass fishermen in particular have to be alert and ready to
act at a moment's notice. Bass fish can strike at any time from any location and the only way
you're going to outsmart them and get the strike is when you anticipate their every move.
 

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I have been saving these emails ( made a folder for them ) If anyone wants any or all I receive, just let me know and I will be more then happy to email them to you. So far I have 5 of them .
 

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Ive been getting and saving them too. I think their overall purpose is to entice the sale of their book... which I think looks interesting.
 

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Seems after a few of these emails I received from them, they went to ' pushing ' a book or whatever for $$. Since I didnt go for that I have not received anymore ' tips '.
 

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Yeah I noticed the same thing too. lol
 
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