I was invited by Blogs.com to be featured guest and to create a Top 10 outdoor/fishing related blog list. They do a lot of different lists like this. I naturally gravitated to a list of Bass Fishing blogs, so here is my 10 favorite blogs that are not my own – see Blogs.com feature here.
Rich Lindgren’s Top 10 Bass Fishing Blogs
BassEast is a relatively young blog, but has great content. There are several young bass anglers co-authoring this blog and it’s linked to many other video and audio features that add to the Bass East conglomerate.
When I started blogging, Bass Pundit was one of the only other games in town. He has kept a good thing going and mainly sticks to fishing and bass related topics. I like to think of us as co-pioneers in bass fishing blogging– we were there before it was cool to have a bass blog.
Boyd Duckett is a Bassmaster Classic champion and Elite Series tour pro. He does a good job of finding time to blog with his hectic schedule.
Team BassAckwards is doing a good job of covering their Minnesota tournament fishing endeavors and mixing in some other relevant bass fishing topics.
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Hardkore Fishing is blog from a tournament angler in New York. He has had a very good thing going talking about tournaments, product reviews and relevant fishing topics. It’s been awhile since he has posted however, and it worries me when good bloggers don’t write for awhile. Many good blogs go by the wayside that way.
This Louisiana bass blog was started out of spite, when the author was wronged by a popular bass forum. He has done a great job re-channeling his inner outdoorsman onto the pages.
Josh Douglas mainly blogs about his tournament success and challenges, mixes in fun fishing, guide trips, and some tips & techniques. Too bad he doesn’t allow commenting.
I only recently started reading Jason’s blog but so far he’s got great info on his tournaments and shares thoughts on sponsorships and more.
Rattletrap Ramblings is all about bass fishing in Florida and the author’s campaign to move up the bass fishing tournament food chain and become a Pro Bass Angler.
Wired Angler is a California-based blog. It’s a great place to learn about swimbaits and fishing the big bass waters out west.