Tuesday, February 15, 2011 at 11:50AM
I've been impressed with the "quality" of those who bass fishing professionally since I started attending Bassmaster Classics back in the mid 1980s and met guys like Shaw Grigsby, Denny Brauer, Stacey King, and Rick Clunn. And I'm not talking about their fishing ability.
I'm talking about their character, their generosity, and their willingness to do good works. I still remember fondly when I asked Shaw to help with a kids' camp in Mississippi and he accepted without hesitation.
I'm happy to know that the "quality" still is there today --- and Shaw still is hanging in there --- as BASS reports below about a visit by some pros to Tulane Hospital for Children: