Bass fishing is an action sport that has developed into a game played with 225-horsepower metal-flake hydrofoils capable of skimming a lake's surface at 80 miles an hour. Bass anglers regularly race into an area, rush up to the front deck, cast, cast, cast and then zoom off to the next honey hole. These guys use baits that spell action in large capital letters. Spinnerbaits with moving blades and gyrating skirts, buzzbaits that squeak and spin, topwaters that dance and spit and crankbaits that vibrate and bounce off obstructions. Action, action, action.