By Emmett Brown | January 24, 2019
2019 Enshrinees & Inductees are Announced
A Legend – Gone, But Not Forgotten | By Dan Galusha – Virgil Ward Was Inducted Into The Freshwater Fishing Hall Of Fame As A Legendary Angler In 1992.
Curt Gowdy was enshrined into the Fishing Hall of Fame in 2005. The highest honor bestowed on an individual...
Ron, Al and James Lindner have a unique position in the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. They are three family members who have been inducted into The Hall.
Forrest and Nina Wood were enshrined into the Fishing Hall of Fame in 2009. The highest honor bestowed on an individual, in this case a couple.
Roland Martin was inducted into the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame in 1986 as a Legendary Angler.
Articles and tips are provided by Legendary Angler Gary Roach. Known to all as Mr. Walleye...
Babe Winkelman who was inducted into the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame in 1988 as a Legendary Angler.
In the waning days of 1942, an avid fisherman by the name of Louis Spray forfeited his 1940 world record musky title, together with all bragging rights.