Was surfing the new lurenet.com site (home for the Yum, Booyha, Bomber, Rebel, etc. brands) – you heard about it right? lol – and ran across this, from the one and only Bobby Murray: Competitors in the first Bassmaster Classic were limited to just 10 pounds of tackle. Nowadays a single Stowaway can weigh more [...]
AAAAAAAAAAAAA! Nate-gate won’t die! Been trying not…to…write…about this again, but dang. Writing because Ray Scott and Bassin’Fan’s Johnny Johnson recently issued opinions on the Wellman matter, both on BassFan. If you didn’t read ‘em, they’re good. Ray said it’s all about the polygraph, and JJ saidtourney rules need to be enforced to the letter. Stack [...]
Check out the article below, news report about the beginnings of BASS, then guess what year was it written….
The year was 1991. Paul Elias’ beard was black instead of gray. Bo Dowden was rockin’ some stylish camo suspenders. Rick Clunn was THE MAN. Zell Rowland was catching fish on topwaters [okay, some things never change]. And the impressive rookie not-yet-known as KVD was still an “up-and-comer”. Oh, what a difference 20 years makes.
It’s a land rush! Stake your claim at Ray’s….
If there were a college curriculum designed specifically to prepare aspiring professional anglers for life at the tour level, what would it look like? That’s the question that popped into my head after coming across this Q&A posted at BassEast.com earlier this week.
Stan, this guy at the Birmingham, AL News (who may or may not be the Stan pictured here), reported something the other day that got our attention, and I quote: BASS founder Ray Scott is giving [Don] Logan, the retired Time Warner executive who is closing a deal to buy the fishing media conglomerate [BASS], [...]