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  • You can work one of these lures at any speed, and even a sublte chug will throw enough water to grab the bass's attention.

    Favorite Lures of the Largemouth Guides

  • But when you say bass taste "almost identical to bream" that 'almost' must refer to bass's poorer texture and less complex taste: what you call mild, sir, I call bland.

    Sell Me On Carp

  • Well my ex, H, sent one to my gmail address at some point which in itself is a strange thing, being that we were facebook friends via our school addresses from the first day we started dating..., so he showed up in this bass's request.

    Day 26

  • But in low light, a bass's eyes function better than a bluegill's-and the visual advantage goes to the hunter.

    Seeing the Light

  • When the sun reaches its high point, try tickling the green ceiling over the bass's head with a plastic frog or a mouse.

    Seeing the Light

  • What kind of person would I be if I didn't show up for a fellow bass's funeral.

    saygunit Diary Entry

  • He's sharp in his motions: where some bassplayers seem relaxed and languid to the point of falling asleep, Percy's playing is alert and precise, with sudden attacks on his bass's strings.

    Onomata and Tunnels

  • "Attila," though, is supposed to be the bass's show.

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post

  • Who knows how players like Ron Carter of Cecil McBee stumbled upon their thin tone, or why a great musician like Reggie Workman chooses to overamplify, taking away the physical punch that is double bass's sworn duty?

    Chicago Reader

  • The string bass's fronts were made from the finest straight grain spruce with very close grain quality, while the rest of the instrument was made of curly maple.

    TALK @ - The Online Home of the Pinoy Musician


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