Some updates on sponsor moves by anglers, industry moves and new team announcements:
Archive for November, 2010
By the first week of December, most high school football players in Alabama are thinking about getting out of school for Christmas break, hunting or other things not related to the pigskin and turf. But PAA pro Clay Dyer of Hamilton, Ala., will be helping the Hamilton High Aggies when they try to win the […]
The Arizona Game and Fish Department will host a series of public meetings and a webcast to discuss draft updated regulations and a draft management plan to fight the spread of aquatic invasive species in Arizona waters.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to consider restrictions on the use of lead fishing tackle at 13 lakes with nesting loons during a meeting scheduled Dec. 2-4 in Olympia.
Three new members have been appointed to the Future Fisherman Foundation’s board of directors. Ray Scott is one of America’s outdoor icons. Field & Stream magazine placed him among its “Twenty Who Have Made A Difference” in the American outdoors over the past century. He has achieved his own legacy as the “Bass Boss,” the founder […]
Three weeks ago, just days after ESPN’s sale of B.A.S.S., new co-owner Jerry McKinnis was in Alabama following the finalization of the deal that shifted ownership from the entertainment sports network to a guy the fishing world knows and two others few had heard of.
YANKTON, S.D. – Tom Logue and his friend, Todd Consbruck, had an event to remember after Logue won the first ProPatterns Fantasy Fishing Challenge and a trip to South Dakota for an exclusive pheasant hunt. ProPatterns is a software development, social media platform company specializing in teaching you how to Fish The Pro Way. Logue […]
Our family had an early Thanksgiving on Sunday since we’re all scattered hither and yon, with a bounty including everything from lightly smoked crappie and venison kababs to turnip greens and pecan pie. I’m still stuffed. I may be stuffed until Christmas. Late Sunday evening I was poking around a few sites looking for a […]