During the early years of my bass fishing derby exploits, there were three pros that I held in high regard: Rick Clunn, Larry Nixon, and Ken Cook.
I always thought of Clunn as being the brainiac of the bass fishing world. For years (still do, actually), I thought the man could use will power alone to make fish bite. I looked to Nixon as being the consummate, all-around angler who was at ease with either a flip stick or a spin pole, whichever the conditions required. Ken, I always looked ...
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