Synopsis of Episode 32:
Well, if you love the sport of Bass fishing as much as I do then you are probably pretty excited about ESPN’s sale of B.A.S.S. to Jerry McKinnis and company. Having hosted the iconic show The Fishin’ Hole for over 40 years, Jerry knows how to present our sport on TV. He has traveled the world fishing for all manners of fish, but his passion and his true love is bass fishing. He has fished for fun as well as competatively in tournaments. Quite simply Jerry has done it all and still remains as genuine and down to earth as he always has.
With Jerry at the forefront, how can we expect B.A.S.S. to change the way it markets itself to the public? What about the controversy surrounding the AOY Postseason? Any changes in that format for next season? What about expanding the Elite Series? All that and much more with one of our sport’s biggest ambassadors.
Then one of Texas’ all-time great singer/songwriters joins us to talk a little music and a lot of outdoors. Robert Earl Keen talks about growing up hunting and fishing his beloved Texas. What about the inspiration for classics such as : The Front Porch Song, 5 LB Bass and Corpus Christi Bay? What is Robert’s personal best largemouth? How does he manage his deer herd on his Medina ranch? You don’t want to miss this interiview with one of the all time greats!