Bass Madness: Bigmouths, Big Money, and Big Dreams at the by Ken Schultz

By Ken Schultz

In Bass insanity, fishing authority Ken Schultz is going behind the curtain of the so-called “Super Bowl of bass fishing” to discover what grew to become an unassuming game right into a full-blown carrying spectacle entire with athletes, spectators, television cameras, and severe drama. this is often an unique and enlightening advisor to the heritage, legends, and lore of bass fishing’s maximum championship.

Show description

Read or Download Bass Madness: Bigmouths, Big Money, and Big Dreams at the Bassmaster Classic PDF

Best outdoor recreation books

The Complete Sea Kayakers Handbook

. .. Her writing is obvious and concise, sprinkled with bits of humor and lots of suggestions gleamed from her years operating as a kayak teacher, advisor and clothes shop. --Sea Kayaker journal the 1st variation of the total Sea Kayaker's instruction manual bought quick acclaim with its choice because the most sensible outdoors educational publication by means of the nationwide open air publication Award crew.

Build The New Instant Boats

Simply outfitted boats for amateurs. contains 3 stitch-and-glue designs-a approach that enables the plywood seams to be "taped" including fiberglass and resin rather than steel fastenings-and 3 traditional designs equipped and not using a jig.

Additional info for Bass Madness: Bigmouths, Big Money, and Big Dreams at the Bassmaster Classic

Sample text

Qxp 8/15/06 20 10:05 AM Page 20 BASS MADN ESS Protection Agency (EPA) has been unable to get the city to fix, and which would cost Pittsburgh $3 billion to rectify. According to correspondent Elizabeth Shogren’s April 15 report on All Things Considered, Pittsburgh has overburdened sewage plants and crumbling pipes, and its excess sewage is dumped straight into the water. Among the comments made in that report were: “Only one-quarter-inch of rain can overwhelm pipes and trigger a sewage spill. .

The lock is on the opposite side of the river, along the east bank, and there are buoys spaced at intervals across the river about fifty feet in front of the dam. The buoys are meant to keep boaters from passing them and also to keep people from fishing between them and the dam. qxp 8/15/06 30 10:05 AM Page 30 BASS MADN ESS might get pulled in and under and be pinned. Being too close to such dams can be dangerous. Anderson then has me follow his car to Lock 2 downriver. We cross the Highland Park Bridge and head down the road that I was just on earlier, turn by an asphalt plant and Brilliant Marina, then drive down along the railroad tracks until we’re stopped by a locked gate.

Last summer, orange flags flew nearly every day of the season. . ” This, and the description of one of the rowing clubs wiping down its crud-caked shells after each outing, did not put a pleasant image in my mind. Coming into Pittsburgh on Route 28 takes me along portions of the Allegheny River, and I’d like to get there before there’s a storm. The weather forecast for late afternoon and early evening is heavy winds, severe rain, possibly hail, and a heat index climbing over 100. Close to Pittsburgh I can spy only portions of the Allegheny, such is the placement of railroad tracks, industrial buildings, plants, factories, and bridges.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.01 of 5 – based on 12 votes

About admin