Bryan Brasher

More than an editor

Precht had the honor of interviewing Bush when he made his first presidential run.

More than an editor

By Bryan Brasher

During the spring of 2004, I fished a “cull tournament” on the 110-acre private lake at Old Spring Hill Plantation outside of Eufaula, Ala.The lake was overpopulated with bass, and the goal for the...

Hidden gem lakes

Hidden gem lakes

By Bryan Brasher

Back in late May, my dad, Mike Brasher, and I took an early-morning trip to a beautiful 990-acre water works lake in Birmingham, Ala., called Lake Purdy.We started the day by loading our tackle and...

Elite wives amaze me

Elite wives amaze me

By Bryan Brasher

My neck’s been bothering me a little bit lately.I wish I could say it was from a vicious hook set or from dragging a big whitetail deer out of the woods.But it’s actually from trying to do...

Spot stock is rising

After three quick stops, Canterbury settled in and has got to work on them! 2 fish in 3 casts, including a nice 2+ pounder.

Spot stock is rising

By Bryan Brasher

During the late 1990s and early 2000s, I spent a lot of time on the lakes of the Chattahoochee River with some truly passionate tournament anglers.The one thing those guys seemed to have in common ...

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