Bassman magazine is honouring three Canadian Bass Women on it’s cover.
Fellow writer and angler Wil Wegman , editor of BassMan magazine sent me this press release.
If your a bass angler check out the latest issue.
Quinte Bassmaster Ashley Rae – winner of the World Fishing Network’s Adopt an Angler contest
Crystal Brown the 2009 Renegade Bass Tournament Series Classic Champ
Sierra Voisin – the 2009 World Casting Kids Champion
“All three ladies are great ambassadors for the Canadian bass fishing community and we are privileged to have them on the winter issue of BassMan magazine,” says Tracy Kay, associate publisher.
A Look Inside:
The cover is only the beginning of good things in this issue. We have an in depth interview with Ashley Rae, and how she won this contest and the $10,000 dream fishing trip that went along with it. We cover Sierra’s Casting Kids win in Florida this past fall and have Tim Allards’s complete rundown of the 2009 Renegade Tournament Series highlighted by Crystal’s Classic win.
Something For Everybody:
Readers are sure to enjoy a great new section we started on “What the Pro’s Say”.
In this segment we explore the intricate details of the various types of fishing line on the market asking two US based Bass Pro’s and two Canadians to explain their choice of braid, mono or floro for various conditions.
If you were ever unsure which line is the best tool for the job – be sure to read this detailed article over carefully once or twice. If the knowledge on line choice that eight time Bassmaster Classic Qualifier Bernie Schultz and former Bassmaster Classic winner Takahiro Omori offer from south of the border isn’t enough, then that offered by Canadians Mike Desforges and Jon Bondy surely will be.
An exciting destination feature describing a trip taken earlier this year to la Reserve Beauchene in Quebec. Wil Wegman and Ontario BASS Federation Nation Youth Director Gerry Heels enjoyed a great pre-season bass fishing adventure at this world class fishing resort.
For those who think fly-fishing for bass is not on their horizon, they may want to re-think that notion after they read Jeff Holmlund’s “Poetry in Motion” article.
Dr Maw provides an inspirational article about an eight year old bass fishing enthusiast who caught the biggest bass of his life just after he finished chemotherapy treatment and a couple of blood transfusions.
BassMan Regular Features:
Of course we have our popular regular features too: This issue’s Bass Biologist highlights the work of Dr Bruce Tufts from Queens University – and shows the passion for his research is only matched by his love of bass fishing.
Profiling pro anglers in every issue BassMan well known Fishing and Hunting TV Show host – Cam Brownson of Angler & Hunter TV.
All in all we trust that we are not just living up to our mantra as Canada’s only All Bass, All The Time magazine, but that we are becoming a must read for all bass anglers across the planet regardless of where they come from.
A subscription to BassMan Magazine makes a great Christmas gift for your
favourite angler. You can pick up the latest issue at your closest Chapters Store – or at several variety shops. Of course, you can also subscribe online thru our site at: www.bass-man.com and receive a year’s subscription for just $19.99.
BassMan is proud to SUPPORT OUR TROOPS with our free online edition and website membership – open to all members of Canada’s military, police and firefighter services.
Wil Wegman – editor
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