Dave
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Dave Precht is the Editor in Chief of Bassmaster Magazine. To read more from Precht, follow his column "Back Deck" in Bassmaster Magazine. 

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A change of scenery

A change of scenery

By Dave Precht

For a change of scenery, we have moved to the outflow from Lake George, where we found Chad Morgenthaler weaving his way through tall weeds. He just now caught a keeper but we could not see whether...

Modern technology!

Modern technology!

By Dave Precht

From where I sit, I can see Brandon Cobb’s marshal interviewing him through Skype, apparently on Bassmaster LIVE. Modern technology has truly made it possible for fans to follow the fishing action...

Fishing close

Fishing close

By Dave Precht

Out of the field of 75 Elite anglers fishing in this first event of the 2019 season, I count 13 within a quarter-mile along the lake George shoreline.We are close enough to watch and...

Finding Digh

Finding Digh

By Dave Precht

After a long run and a lot of idling into canals on the south end of Lake George, we finally located Rob Digh. He told us he has had a so-so day in this first round of the St. John’s elite. What he...

Hats off

Hats off

By Dave Precht

Somehow Laurie and I have been fortunate to stumble across some of the higher ranked anglers in this event. Right now we are watching Brandon Cobb, who is seventh with 8-7, Shane Lehew, who is 12th...

Bush, the Bassmaster

Bush, the Bassmaster

By Dave Precht

“Bush used Teddy Roosevelt’s ‘bully pulpit’ to promote sportfishing and the protection of aquatic resources.”Numerous tributes were published in the outdoor media following the passing of President...

Swapping teammates

Swapping teammates

By Dave Precht

“The camaraderie in these events seems intensified by the competition, and vice versa.”Fifty years ago, when B.A.S.S. began conducting tournaments, some people opposed them, saying, “Fishing ought...

No more survival mode

No more survival mode

By Dave Precht

Cliff Pirch and his teammate had just won the Angler of the Year trophy from Arizona’s most competitive team trail.At the time — in his early 20s and a rising star in Western bass circles — Pirch...

A reason to lose

<b>1974</b><br>Bill Dance was back on top in 1974 with pure consistency. In claiming his second crown, he was the first AOY champion who didn't win an event that season.

A reason to lose

By Dave Precht

Millions of fishing fans know Bill Dance as the host of The Bill Dance Outdoors TV show, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Others remember him as one of the fiercest competitors in...

The hot zone

The hot zone

By Dave Precht

We must be in the vicinity of fish because we're in the vicinity of guys who are catching them today. In short order we watched Josh Bertrand, third with 45-7, and then Jesse Wiggins, sixth with 41...

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