April 2010 Newsletter for Florida bass fishing BASS ONLINE
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of us here at BASSonline
wanted to wish you and your families a happy and safe
Thanksgiving. Were very thankful for all the anglers who
have supported our efforts over the years along with all the
friends we have made. Eat plenty, but not to much, sleep till Monday
if you have to and save some room for leftovers. You can always diet next
Best Wishes & Good Fishing!
just finished our 8th year devoting boats, guides and
resources to the annual Hot Rods & Reels Miami/Homestead Speedway NASCAR
Charity fishing tournament.
This event raises money for Darrell Gwynn Foundation.
It helps with preventing and curing spinal cord injuries and
other debilitating illnesses. The event among other things
provided a motorized wheelchair to a well desired
This year with NASCAR legends like, car owner Richard Childress and
drivers Darrell Waltrip, Clint
Bowyer, Martin Truex and Ryan Newman among others. Speed commentators
Jeff Hammond and Kenny Wallace also participated. This event was
destined for success once again…
To everyone that
has fished the Florida Everglades with us in the past and/or
this year. We thank you and hope you enjoy the video.
For those of you
that have not experienced the Everglades we welcome you to
watch and see why the it’s rated the #1 fishery in the state
for “fish caught per hour,” not to mention all the abundant
wildlife. To see more
pictures click here!
the Everglades, we have a good friend “Wack” that would love
to meet you!
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)
staff in conjunction with the
FLFFC.org has introduced a concept for a new trophy black bass
management plan for the state of Florida.
Black bass are the most popular recreational fish in the
world. In Florida, they provide 822,000 anglers over the age
of 16 with 14.7 million days of healthy outdoor recreation
and generate more than a billion dollars in economic impact
for the state of Florida….