Professional Anglers Association has selected Russ “Bassdozer” Comeau, a veteran in bass fishing media and promotional marketing, to serve as PAA Communications Director effective immediately.
Archive for October, 2012
It almost seems like a scene out of the movie Old School – a mature gentleman, well past his college years, returns to campus and forges a connection with students decades younger than himself. Except in this case, the common bond wasn’t keg stands, pranks and loud music, but rather bass fishing.
Get insight into the 2013 PAA tournament schedule dates as PAA continues working to finalized the full details of the 2013 tournament schedule.
Yamaha’s New “Why Wait? Buy Now!” Provides Extended Service Opportunity for Outboard Buyers Through Dec. 5, 2012
Yamaha Marine Group today announced an additional promotion to boost sales leading up to the busy holiday and boat show seasons.
Gene Gilliland, Assistant Chief of Fisheries at the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, wanted to pass along thank you to PAA staff and management and to the fish-care staff from South Eastern Pond Management at the recent Oklahoma PAA event on the Arkansas River at Three Forks and weigh-in at the Broken Arrow Bass Pro Shop.
Salem, Va. – October 4, 2012– Missile Baits is looking for anglers to fulfill their regional pro staff, which will be called the Bomb Squad. The company is seeking a small group of avid anglers across the country to help spread the word about Missile Baits and their proven ability to help anglers destroy their [...]
Over 75 million homes will be able to watch this year’s Toyota Texas Bass Classic (TTBC) when it airs on NBC Sports Network in November and today Tournament officials also announced that the ShareLunker Club program, where anglers can enter to win $100,000, is still open for registrants.
Penny Berryman, one of the most successful and beloved women in bass fishing, died Sunday at her home in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Berryman, 62, fished competitively for nearly 30 years but was forced to the sidelines in 2008, when doctors discovered a tumor growing behind her left eye. She subsequently was diagnosed with meningioma.
Here’s a brief recap of the lures, tactics and techniques that the world’s best eleven anglers used to rise to the top on Lake Conroe this week.