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Bass Angler Winter Issue 2021-2022 Ships Nov 19th 2021

2021/2022 Winter Issue

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BASS ANGLER MAGAZINE – BAM – Helping You Catch More Bass Since 1992!

And just like that, we flip over the calendar yet again. New year. New techniques. New tricks. New baits. New tips. It’s all here and ready for you.

Have you considered lithium batteries, but for whatever reason didn’t pull the trigger? Miles “Sonar” Burghoff addresses some of the more common FAQs.

How often has your own lake opened a can o’ whoop-ass on ya during a tournament? The home-lake curse is often credited for failure … but it doesn’t have to be.

B.A.S.S. AOY Seth Feider discusses his legendary season and how he remained focused throughout the ups and downs of the tour this year.

From fishing a dam’s tailrace with Brandon Palaniuk to PFDs and boating safety with Ott DeFoe. From the West Coast APEX tour to jigging spoons. Jerkbaits to hair jigs. Winter cranking to dead-sticking.

Whatever information you may need to up your game during this time of the year, BAM’s Winter 2021/2022 issue has got it covered.

Bass Angler Magazine profiles the latest seasonal tips, techniques, and tactics from the world’s best anglers, broken down in an easy-to-understand format. Now everyone can catch fish like a pro, regardless of the season.

Visit www.bassanglermag.com for more information.

Note: subscriber copies are mailed on Nov 19 2021 and should arrive by Dec15 2021 provided the subscription was in before Nov 5 2021. Subscriptions after Nov 5 , the winter issue will be mailed in batches every three weeks.

The digital app edition will be complete by Nov 24th 2021, subscribers will be notified via text or message.

 

Table of ContentsDeadsticking for bassWinter PatternsWinter JerkbaitsLithium BatteriesHall of Fame StatsBoating SafetyTailrace BassHair JigsTargeting the 20%

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