One overlooked key to having a successful pro fishing career is a having a good business partner. Like many other pros on the Elite Series trail, mine is my wife, Sherry, who handles more tasks than even I can imagine.
Professional Anglers, NASCAR drivers and Nashville stars gather to compete in the 5th. Annual Ryan Newman Foundation Bass Tournament.
Ryan Newman Foundation Charity Fishing Tournament has a superstar roster.
This past week was a week I had been looking forward to for a long time. I was looking forward to treating you all to lots of giant, hawg fish. But, with the security situation down there as bad as it was, we decided to move it somewhere safer.
I'm still on the Delta getting ready for February. I wish I could report I'm catching a lot of big ones, but the truth is I'm spending about 80 percent of my time eliminating water. That's not all bad, though.
Ryan McMurtury, a "made from scratch" fisherman.
Here are some interesting highlights from a B.A.S.S. reporter.
It's Saturday, December 6, and that means it's going to be a busy day for me. Sherry's been out of town for a few days so I've got to get the house straightened out a little bit before she gets home. I don't want her to return to a mess.
I just got in from my second day of sailfishing off the Florida coast. I can hardly express how much fun I had out there. I caught three or four — my first sailfish ever — and are they ever tough fighters
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.
Some of my best deer hunting trips end without me coming home with a big buck. This was one of those. I spent a week in Kansas duck and deer hunting with friends. My brother-in-law, Russ Campbell, drove out with me, and while neither of us shot a buck, we certainly saw some dandies.