Once again I find myself using my column to write about the horrible violence our country has suffered.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone meets the Federation team from Spain.
As the competitors filed into Lake St. Clair Metropark this morning to launch on the first day of this year’s second Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open, it appeared to be somewhat of a reverse snowbird migration.
After sitting on the sidelines for two years, Byron "BJ" Haseotes is ready to get back into the fray.
The 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series season kicks off this week in Terry Scroggins’ hometown of Palatka, Fla., and he rolled out the welcome mat.
New waters await B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Divisional competitors, from Maryland to Wyoming.
Evi Haseotes spent most of her 16 months of life in Children's Hospital Boston and is now in "heaven holding Grandpa's hand."
Byron Haseotes and Jeremy Starks will sit out the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series season. Both anglers are hoping their situations improve in time to compete.
After 30 some years in the business of mayhem, you harden to the upside-the-head whacks the universe hands out to humanity — the carnage we call civilization. When it comes to the victims, I tell myself, to escape from the mayhem on my keyboard or that viewed through my lens, that the vic's have had their time, be it long, or not so much, but they have had their time to laugh, to cry, to win, to lose, to be loved or — more importantly — to have loved.
Everyone starts out as an 'unknown,' but only a select few have the courage to swing for the fences.