I’ve fished with John Robbins about 8 times now and spent many a hours conversing over the phone. We have shared a camp fire and helped each other load boats and gear and do all the little things that need being done when camping. If you look up “Southern Gentleman” in the dictionary you will find his picture. He is a great float partner, considerate to a fault, and never has anything bad to say about anyone. The guy is a menace to all fish especially smallmouth bass. Thank God he doesn’t keep everything he catches or there wouldn’t be 1/2 the fish in the river! He will show up on time, give you the shirt off his back, and if I ever find myself in a war I want him in my foxhole. He practices good conservation ethics, really cares about the resource, and respects land owner rights so that more river access is open to us all. If I owned some river access, I would want him to use it often cause I know he will leave it better
than he found it. But above all, he is the kind of guy I want my daughter to be around to see a fine example of what a man should be and how he should act.
You too can nominate a friend to become the Basser of the Month by using this form. If chosen as Basser of the Month they will receive a special parking space at the front of the store, I mean, site, for the remainder of the month. Catching big fish or large numbers of fish is not the criteria we base our decisions on either. The River Basser of the Month should share the same enthusiasm, passion, stewardship and kindness that we like to promote here on RiverBassin.com..