It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of today’s bass fishing world of big-money tournaments, new lures with lasers and sound chips, million-dollar anglers and bass boats costing more than a new two-bedroom house in the country, but it wasn’t always that way.  Anglers with a little grey in their beards remember when bass fishing was an emerging sport, but many of today’s anglers weren’t even born when Ray Scott held the first Bassmaster Classic and ignited the spark of a billion-dollar industry.

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