Change is good, here are some career updates.
Ryan McMurtury, a "made from scratch" fisherman.
Here are some interesting highlights from a B.A.S.S. reporter.
It occurred to me that during the four or five months that I have written this blog I have said very few things about the Elite Series anglers or the people around it.
There will be a new mouthpiece of the Bassmaster Elite Series, B.A.S.S. announced today. Starting with the upcoming Bassmaster Classic in New Orleans (Feb. 18-20), popular television personality Dave Mercer will control the microphone as contenders weigh fish for the world championship title. Mercer also will emcee all Elite Series events for 2011.
Did you ever stop to think how much money is spent on travel, equipment, education, etc., that's pointed toward outsmarting this creature?
Joe Higgins, a veteran sales executive for several major media organizations, as its Senior Director/Sales, effective Dec. 6.
Deb Johnson blogs about B.A.S.S. new ownership, the 2011 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open, Women in the Open, and the 2011 Classic.
Wow, what a whirlwind several days I've had since the B.A.S.S. transaction was completed. My goodness, now we're going to actually have to do what we said we were going to do.
An agreement in principle was announced in August by ESPN and the transaction was completed Monday. "Under the direction of Don Logan, Jerry McKinnis and Jim Copeland, B.A.S.S. will be well positioned to serve anglers' interests for many years to come," said George Bodenheimer, co-chairman, Disney Media Networks and president, ESPN. Inc.