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Is Skeet really #1?

April 22, 2010 1 comment

BassFan currently ranks Skeet Reese as #1, KVD as #2, and Brent Ehrler as #3 in the current BassFan World Rankings.  All three have had a turn in the #1 position in recent weeks.

According to our poll, most of you think the BassFan World Rankings are flawed.  Here are the results of our poll:

It seems the vast majority of you seem to think KVD is the best. Read more…

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January 14, 2010 Leave a comment

Randy Blaukat pens memorable article

January 13, 2010 1 comment

If you are a hard-core fan of the sport like I am, you will recognize the name Randy Blaukat.  Randy was one of the anglers featured in the book Bass Wars, which followed rookie anglers on the Bassmaster Tournament Trail in 1986.  While dated, the book should be required reading for any angler who dreams of becoming a tournament pro.  Today Randy published an opinion piece on BassFan that summarizes his thoughts on the changes in the industry over the last 24 years.   It is refreshing to read a professional angler’s well though-out opinion straight from the horses mouth.  This is one of the better opinion pieces that I have ever read on BassFan.

Having said that, there is much said in his article that I disagree with.  Nevertheless, Randy still gets high marks from me for sharing his opinion in a thoughtful way. It will be interesting to see what lies in store for Randy and the overall sport in the future.

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FLW Outdoors – When Foundations are Reinforced

January 9, 2010 Leave a comment

BassFan Editor in Chief Jon Storm published an editorial today entitled When Foundations Shake.   In this article he voiced the legitimate question many are thinking — Namely, considering the fact that Irwin Jacobs is no longer in the bass boat business, why should he continue to operate FLW Outdoors?

The speculations of the article would leave anyone associated with FLW Outdoors worried.  Was Mr. Storm’s negativity over the top?  In my opinion it is.  But given both FLW Outdoors and BASS’s closed management styles–complete with histories of blind siding their partners with bad news from out of the blue — I can’t blame anyone for being a little negative.

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