Ray Scott is the entrepreneur who turned a chilly afternoon when the fish weren't biting into an idea for a new industry: tournament bass fishing. In this authorized biography of both the man and the empire he created, writer Robert Boyle gives us an affectionate look at an original American character. Scott's 1967 brainchild, B.A.S.S., the Bass Anglers Sportman Society, grew into one of the largest sports membership organizations in the world. Scott himself became wealthy, fishing buddy to George Bush and numerous other dignitaries and celebrities, and along the way had a boat load of fun.Now that he is associated with Triton Boats, many have asked about his relationship with Forrest. ... his basement) turned into a multi-million dollar publishing empire specializing in books and price guides about collectible items on everythinganbsp;...
|Author||:||Robert H. Boyle|
|Publisher||:||Ray Scott Enterprises - 1999-08-01|