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Some recommended reads.
Finesse Fishing with Mike Iaconelli by Ike and Steve Price is a new book on finesse fishing. Haven't seen it but it should be a good one. Steve Price is a serious writer with decades of skill. Should be helpful at honing any one's skills.
Fishing on the Edge by Mike Iaconelli is a super read. Probably one of the best to illustrate the frustration, fun and foolishness that goes on in tournaments. A key part of the book is the hardcore, internal turmoil of Mike's personal life before and after his Classic win. This is not a "how to" book but an inside view of life on the road towards an impossible dream.
Bass Madness by Ken Schultz is a super book that paints a not so rosy portrait but honest of BASS and bass fishing tournaments at the national level. The book runs through the 2005 and 2006 Bassmaster season and what a season it was. Some of the key high lights are: Ike gets DQ at the Classic, Luke Clausen wins the Classic and leaves BASS, the rise of BASS, Bass heads, along with plenty of historical details no previous book has offered.
Diary of a Bass Pro by Joe Thomas and the late Tim Tucker is a super book. Not really a golden oldie but a book dear to my heart. I can still recall reading this book while sitting in my dorm room. It was pure magic. The book portrays life on a
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