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Maybe 'Too Fast' Isn't the Reason

No matter how fast the gear ratio of your reel and how fast your retrieve, you can’t get a bait away from a bass if it wants it. At best, you are reeling at 2 to 3 miles an hour, while a bass can swim at bursts of 12 to 18 miles an hour. So even if you are “burning” a bait, catching it requires just a jog for a bass. 

That's one of the "secrets" revealed in my book, Better Bass Fishing --- Secrets from the Headwaters by a Bassmaster Senior Writer.

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