Over time there have been hundreds of books written on the subject of bass fishing. For the bass enthusiast these books offer possible learning experiences – even if they were written 20, 30 or more years ago. A good example of this is a book written by Buck Taylor called The Complete Guide to Using Depthfinders. Written in the early 80s, this book may be dated with respect to the technologies available at the time, but scientifically it’s still 100-percent relative when it comes to teaching the use of depthfinders.
Unfortunately, not all of these mostly-out-of-print books are worth reading. And, because they are mostly out of print, if you wanted to buy one you may have to pay top dollar at places like eBay or Amazon in order to get a copy. Because of this we here at the Bass Fishing Archives have decided to add this Historical Book Review page to the site. It’s a place where anyone can come to see what books have been published on what subjects as they pertain to bass fishing. Then you can read about what’s actually in the book, see some shots taken of the book and then decide on your own whether or not to drop down some money for it.
Over time we’ll continue populating this page as we read and reread what we currently have in our libraries. If there’s a book you don’t see listed, let us know and we’ll get on it. More than likely we have it but if we don’t, we’ll buy it, read it and give you our thoughts on it. To read a review, just click on the picture of the book and you’ll be redirected to the actual review.