Gary Klein: On Modern Bass Fishing


Gary in his own words

In the early days of modern bass fishing, Californians authored their own take on what it takes to catch fish. Klein was a 15-year-old kid gassing up boats at Bidwell Canyon Marina on Lake Oroville when his summer was interrupted by a bass tournament. He hung around the event, won by Dee Thomas, the father of flipping.

A mentorship ensued that grew into a bond that endures. By asking for help from Thomas and other accomplished fishermen, a self-assured teenager carved his own take on bass fishing, and, ultimately, what it takes to make a career in the sport.

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Gary Klein fisherman is a name is safely etched in the history of competitive bassin’, and the story is worth hearing… in his own words.

It’s time well spent…

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