More on Charlie Hartley

A new year's story

Jan 2, 2013

Back in the day when I had to run the business five days a week I’d take advantage of the break between the Christmas and New Year holiday to go someplace warm(er) and fish. It was one of those things I looked forward to all year.

A new beginning

Dec 26, 2012

This is the year I’m going to dedicate to discipline and preparation. In an abundance of caution, however, I’m not going to call it a New Year’s Resolution.

Use B.A.S.S. to plan your trip

Dec 19, 2012

The Bassmasters TV programs can help you plan your next big fishing trip.

True Sportsmanship

Dec 12, 2012

The other day I was thinking about years past and something that happened to me when I was just a young buck.

Something different

Dec 5, 2012

This week was a little different. Terry Segraves and I went flats fishing for redfish and speckled trout on Mosquito Lagoon in Florida. I was surprised by what I learned. It was more like bass fishing than I thought, but it was also different.

What a place!

Nov 28, 2012

From time to time I try to highlight some of the great places I’ve had the privilege of visiting during my fishing career. One of those places is the Kissimmee River in south-central Florida. It’s about as close to paradise as a man can get.

Polar Opposites

Nov 21, 2012

Late last week I spent a couple of days on Lake Erie with my friend, Hawg Head. We had our annual deep water bladebait contest.

King of the Elite big bass hunters

Nov 19, 2012

There's a new king when it comes to catching big fish in the Bassmaster Elite Series, and his name is ...

Throw the dog a bone: Part 2

Nov 14, 2012

The story I want to tell today happened on Clear Lake when we were there for the first time. I knew very little about the lake except that it had a good population of decent sized largemouth. At first I thought my practice was going fairly well.

Throw the dog a bone, Part 1

Nov 7, 2012

This week, and the next, we’ll talk a little about how two of the better known anglers in the Elite Series have helped me lately.

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