Fishing Book About Record Largemouth Bass
American BeheMouth - Raising World Record Largemouth Bass
"American BeheMouth" is a new book that talks about bass fishing in California, including a world-record bass hooked at Castaic. The book ends with the catch of a new world record largemouth bass. It raises all kinds of ethical questions on where it was caught and how.
A world record largemouth bass raised in captivity just to be caught raises many questions about ethics in American sports. The 27 pound bass was raised in a spring-fed, temperature-controlled, man-made 70 acre lake in Kentucky.
The record will not be submitted to the International Game Fish Association. A record like this would require one huge asterisk, just like so many records in baseball. Many question the ethics behind raising a fish like this just to catch it.
"American BeheMouth" author, Jason Covington, has solved age-old fisheries questions in this book with his algorithm for growing a fish with these proportions. The years or research summarized in this book are something that a fisheries team can duplicate. However, it's like the stock market insider trading cheats; we can follow their model, but should we?
The quest in the story started some 20 years ago by a fisheries wannabe literature student and his fisheries biologist girlfriend who raise the monster fish. Many fisherman are going to be in search of this "Area 51 of bass fishing" now. The book notes, "THE WORLD RECORD IS OUT THERE."
"American BeheMouth" is available for sale as an EBook on Amazon and in paperback on Amazon's CreateSpace.BeheMouthRelated Bass Fishing Articles:Largemouth Bass FishingGeorge Perry's World Record Largemouth BassQuest For "Dottie" and The Record Largemouth BassManabu Kurita Lands New World Record Bass
American BeheMouth Book Review
American BeheMouth shows some exciting fishing scenes at Castaic Lake, Lake of the Ozarks, Kentucky Lake, and the Lake of Dreams, where the guy catches a world-record bass. I think this lake and fisheries formula is real. I believe this is a true story that was then fictionalized to hold the plot together. It's really interesting to learn what it takes to feed a 27 pound bass. It's amazing how much food he gives it. The book is awesome.