Barone talks to his close friend Shaw Grigsby about his utter disappointment at how this tournament turned out.
Edwin Evers talks to Barone about fishing with a man who just lost his son.
This city boy will take from this tournament the wonder of just looking straight up and seeing nothing, no buildings, no wires, no smog, seeing only what Monet saw, when he closed his eyes.
Tournament Director Trip Weldon talks to Don Barone about his time with B.A.S.S. and what's most important to him.
Speaking to High School anglers about their fathers reveals the amazing character of both the child and parent.
Understand this, if you are going to stereotype anything or anyone around me you will see an extreme lack of patience on my part.
Jerry and I are sitting at a picnic table when he opens up a box, and hands me a signed copy of his book.
All athletes should look up to John Murray, if you play a game I suggest you play it like John.
Between the three of us, Shaw is the youngest at 59, Paul and I are both 63, to the college anglers this is what we would like to tell you.
“Make me an angel…” Dateline: Sacramento, California “Sports is a metaphor for overcoming obstacles and achieving against great odds.” ~Bill Bradley In our soul, lies the climb, not the obstacle. Hold on. It is the human spirit that holds on, holds on, when the brain says, let go. Let go. “db, it is all I’ve wanted to do since I was 8 years old…”