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Soc Clay Publishes KY Bass Book

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Soc Clay’s newly released title, BASSIN AROUND KENTUCKY is the most
complete bass fishing book ever written about bass fishing in Kentucky.
This masterpiece of bass stories, bass lore and bass fishing tips, is
the results of more than 60 years of devoted bass fishing experience
around the commonwealth by Kentucky’s senior outdoor communicator. Soc
Clay has fished with hundreds of Kentuckians and Buckeyes on lakes, reservoirs,
stream and rivers. He’s as handy with a casting or spinning rod, as he
is a flyrod. And the application of all three methods to seek out bass
from top to bottom at all times of the year.

Soc has been fortunate to fish with some of the best bass anglers who
live in Kentucky and Ohio and the pros who come to fish in Kentucky. Ray Scott,
founder of BASS, is a personal friend and both have learned from each
over about the bass fishing world and how it applies to both newcomers
to the sport as well as to seasoned veterans.

Readers will discover master advice from the masters of bass anglers
across Kentucky. They will be introduced to legends like Charley and
Ernie Taylor of Somerset, of Billy Westmoreland, Fred Martin, Buddy
Banks, Tom Applegate, Freddy Hall Barry Dean Martin, Bob Dillow, Bill
Sauer and a hundred other too numerous to name. Soc picks these anglers
because they have special ways to catch bass, there’s a story about
Billy Phillips, a lady’s shoe salesman catching bass from six inches of
water when water tempts are reaching toward 90 degrees. They will read
about Ricky Craft a Deputy sheriff, who knows how to catch bass in the
middle of winter- in shallow water!

The history of the Kentucky Reels that was invented i

n Paris (KY) and
the development of the casting and spinning reels from the early 1800s
until today. Flyrodders will read about the history of fly-fishing in
America- and heck, this is a big book, so they will hear about my
upbringing and how I learned to fish, a ton of other sound reading.

The book sells for $20.00, plus $3.00 S&H tax and shipping included. Autograph copies
are available. This book will be available from Amazon, Kindle and other online outlets

Autographed copies are available from the author at Fern Hollow Publishing, 350 Fern Hollow. Phone (606) 932-4126; and on line at / - NEW- or on the web at Vorison