Fishing in America: Big Bucks for Bass They practice fishing with computer simulations, own boats that cost twice what their homes do, and chase prizes worth up to $500,000. At a contest on Lake Washington, NPR's Elizabeth Arnold dips into the world of competitive bass fishing.
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Fishing in America: Big Bucks for Bass

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Fishing in America: Big Bucks for Bass

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Fishing in America: Big Bucks for Bass

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They practice fishing with computer simulations, own boats that cost twice what their homes do, and chase prizes worth up to $500,000. At a contest on Lake Washington, NPR's Elizabeth Arnold dips into the world of competitive bass fishing.

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