How To Be A Better Tournament Angler

How To Be A Better Tournament Angler
How To Be A Better Tournament Angler
For those of us who love to fish in bass tournaments, we often think that all we need is some support and we could compete at any level. Nothing is that easy, however.Bass Anglers are getting better by the day by tuning up their game. Most of the young guns are into physical workouts and work on the brain game. Even the old, proven guns of the sport are following these trends. If you want to get better at this sport here are the keys to success:-First you have to love to fish. That means you fish on the great days as well as the bad, whether its rain, snow or sleet, hot or cold.-Find anglers that are better then you and fish with them. Be open minded when learning new tactics.-Practice, practice, practice!-Work out, even if its just walking and stretching.-Do things that test your mind, as under stress it will help with concentration and decision making.-Fish at levels you can compete in and do well in and only move up when they no longer present a challenge.-Every year work on one thing you are not confident in until you master it. After spending a week rooming with a Bassmaster Classic champion. The one thing he stated over and over to me was that some anglers have a lucky day or two, but a confident angler has a great season.Give this advice a try. Who knows, we may see you in the big game someday!

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