Club Profile: Western Bass Club|
This article appeared in the 1996 edition of Bass Club Digest, a national magazine heralded as "The voice of bass clubs across the nation".
America's Oldest Bass Club
The 1996 July/August edition of Bassmaster magazine included an article profiling the Western Bass Club. Ironically, the club isn't B.A.S.S. affiliated yet the organization felt compelled to write about our unique club. Here is that article.
Fishing with Dad
The experience of fishing with one's father is vividly expressed in this touching story by club member Chuck Bailey. Relive your own experiences as Chuck explains why you should take somebody you care about fishing whenever the opportunity arrives.
How does your live well stack up? What should you look for in a high quality live well? How do you take proper care of it? Do you have to live with built in problems or can you make it better? Warm water specialist Ed Telders shows you how to transform your livewell into a safe and healthy fish motel.
For 50 Years, Club Promotes Northwest Bassin'|
This article article appeared in the March 19, 1992 edition of Bass Club News, a special insert in Fishing and Hunting News, and was circulated around the western United States.
Shortsleeve Fishing in January?
If you put your fishing gear away for the winter that's a mistake. There's plenty of big bass to be caught, you just have to change your tactics. Club member, Grand-Slam award winner and past president Larry Gonzcy tells us how!
The Year of the Crank
Larry Gonczy field tested Normark's Risto Rap crankbait and explains why this year may be your "Year of the Crank".
The Husky Jerk
WBC member Chuck Bailey reviews this jerkbait. In the process, he gives a thorough seminar in this neglected but productive approach to connecting with shallow water bass!