TNT most likely did some research on the bass fishing world to come up with its storyline of an angler’s murder, but apparently only a little. Very little.
Jerry and I are sitting at a picnic table when he opens up a box, and hands me a signed copy of his book.
Jerry McKinnis has spun his yarns into a book, stitching together stories of his life into an autobiography, Bass Fishing, Brown Dogs & Curveballs.
As his hopes of becoming a major league baseball pitcher began to fade, Jerry McKinnis gave himself over to another passion: fishing. Baseball’s loss was fishing’s gain as McKinnis progressed from local television fishing show host to cable television pioneer to bass fishing icon.
As David Letterman's show ends, we reminisce about Jerry McKinnis' 1987 appearance on the show, and our fans put together our own Top 10 list.
The memories as a child fishing with my dad, grandpa and brother Jordan are what made me who I am today.
If you can’t keep up with what’s happening on the water – as it happens – and you have cell phone coverage, then you have no excuse.
Tommy Sanders has graced the airwaves for more than a quarter century, but it’s never been about him.
Jerry McKinnis talks about how an idea 11 years ago finally came to fruition at the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro.
Internet coverage for this year’s Classic will include live on-the-water video of anglers on Lake Hartwell.