Hartley a workingman's BASS angler
There's a lot of black on his wrapped boat, but the tow vehicle is solid black.
It has to be. It always will be. Black is the color that needs washing the most. And Charlie Hartley is the man for the job.
Washing the truck, two times a day if need be, is a good way to burn off the excess energy that seems to make up about 98 percent of his being.
Most of that energy is directed toward bass fishing. He owns a sign company back home in Grove City, Ohio, where, he says, "About 25 ...
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