After a career as a professional skateboarder, Charlie Hartley began fishing B.A.S.S. events in 1993.
Hartley is on the board with a 5-pound bass after a zero fish day yesterday, "Thank the Lord" he's been chanting.
Hartley still hopeful things will turn around after a limit of short fish.
Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Eddie Thayer
Photo by Bassmaster Marshall Eddie Thayer
Just not legal. He lost a 4-pounder foul hooked at the boat.
Hartley hard at work trying to get a keeper, lots of 14 7/8. Photos by Bassmaster Marshal Randy Griffin
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Charlie Hartley with a limit
Hartley with No. 3. Looks like 5 pound plus. Photo by Bassmaster Marshall David Hargis
After limiting, Charlie Hartley makes a move and culls a first fish. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Phil Harrell
I don’t think a man could live long enough to experience all the things that can happen when you fish bass tournaments. I really don’t.
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