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  • Mike Holden of San Diego, CA writes:

    RE: MLF format I like the idea it reveals who had the best day (i.e. caught the most legal fish). I have not fished in tournaments but would love to try this format.

  • Curtis Lewis of Anniston, AL writes:

    RE: MLF format In my area, which includes Logan Martin, Neely Henry and Weiss Lake, to name a few, there is so much cheating going on in the tournaments that this format would just promote even more cheating and thus cause fewer anglers to fish them.

  • Duncan Robertson of Durban, South Africa writes:

    RE: Ingram's good year The older the fiddle, the better the tune.

  • Kenneth Graves of Canton, NY writes:

    Very nice to see Honda Marine sponsoring some of the legends of the sport, especially Paul Elias.

  • Allen Todd of Gardnerville, NV writes:

    RE: New Quantums Fishermen love them, bass fear them. Need I say more? I still have the first Quantum I started with 10 years ago.

  • Andrea Dowdy of Arlington, TN writes:

    Michael Wooley should have spent his weekend traveling to South Carolina to practice for the Forrest Wood Cup. Instead, Michael dedicated his time to the Operation Weekend Pass by volunteering himself and his boat to take active duty sailors out for a day of fishing on Saturday (July 12) at Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park.

    Michael and the sailors had a great time and he was able to thank our service members in a very real way. Michael Wooley is a genuine and hard-working representative for professional bass anglers and their fans everywhere.

  • Dave Blades of Aurora, MO writes:

    RE: Dillard's boat raffle I saw that boat last weekend on Table Rock. Good to hear it's going to help a good cause!

  • Charlie Hartley of Grove City, OH writes:

    RE: Balog on Morgan Another great story by Joe Balog! Loved it when Andy quoted Mickey Bruce, I knew Mickey well and he didn't say much, but when he did it was always genius. I also root for the old-school guys!

  • Bill Schroeder of Paducah, KY writes:

    Morgan's second AOY Andy Morgan is a class act. He strives to be the best at everything he attempts to do. I asked Andy some time ago, "What would you rather do, duck hunt or bass fish?" Without hesitation he answered, " I like to hunt ducks in the winter and fish for bass in the summer." That's Andy.

  • Joe McKinnon of Waltham, MA writes:

    RE: Balog on Morgan Another great article by Joe Balog!

  • Chad Baker of Bristol, TN writes:

    RE: Morgan is AOY again I've known Andy for 20 years and he is the best at flipping and pitching that will ever be. His approach may be very simple but his skill set with a rod and reel is a thing of beauty.

  • Harold Sharp of Hixson, TN writes:

    RE: Morgan is AOY again Sounds like Andy Morgan may have attended a seminar by John Powell, who for years preached this message in his seminars: Bass fishing's secret is locate the bass, make them bite your lure and put them in the boat.

  • Mark Robertson of Henderson, NC writes:

    RE: MLF format I think it's a really good idea and I love the show. I just think it would complicate weekend tournaments.

  • Tony Smith of Northport, AL writes:

    RIP, Troy Jens. Glad to have known you and called you a friend ... you will be sorely missed by those who knew and loved you. Godspeed, my brother.

  • Jerry Fulkerson of Concord, NC writes:

    Like always, the Forest Wood Cup has a high octane field this year. With that much talent competing I'm absolutely sure that we're going to have an exciting four days in August.

    For me, the most exciting part is that, after giving the entire FLW field a one-tournament lead, Anthony Gagliardi fought back and secured a spot in the Cup. Five months ago, there weren't many people who gave him much of a chance to do that.

    Congratulations to Anthony for a job well done. I'll be there at Lake Murray in August to watch him bring the season home.

    Disclaimer - Anthony is my son-in-law, so I'm not exactly a totally unbiased observer.

  • W.M. Oppelt of Frankfort, IN writes:

    RE: MLF format This format has been used for years. Several small clubs and small tournaments have used this system. To pay, ain't happening.

  • Johnny McLean of Little Rock, AR writes:

    RE: Balog on fishing shows Joe, totally agree with you on Parker, totally disagree with you on Zona. I want to learn something when I watch a show. Zona spends three-fourths of his time talking and trying to be a comedian. Also, I don't get much out of watching him on a family outing or fishing a private lake where you can throw anything and catch a 3-pound bass.

  • Rich Adams of Southern Pines, NC writes:

    RE: MLF format The problem I see with it is people not being honest and having to have an observer in every boat. Other than that, love the format.

  • Bobby Munlin of Toledo Bend, TX writes:

    RE: Lane's boat fire Just wondering if it was the charger and the wires running up to the trolling motor that caused the two fires. Could it be?

  • John Barbaro of Leesburg, FL writes:

    I have a pet peeve. I watch pretty much all the final weigh-ins of the Bassmaster and FLW events. The last two anglers are put together to await the final weight of the last angler. When the winner is announced, on most occasions he goes goes crazy. On very few occasions he turns to the losing angler and shakes his hand before going nuts. This to me should be the way all winners should act.

    To not show respect to your fellow angler shows a lack of class. Just putting it out there with the hope that these anglers see we are watching and noticing who are class acts.

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