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Mr. Stan Fagerstrom

Outdoor Writer

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Background Information

Employment History

Contributor
Nor'east Saltwater

Webmaster
Mack's Lure

Affiliations

Member
Bass Fishing Hall of Fame Inc

Member
National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame

Member
Outdoor Writers of America

Charter Member
The NORTHWEST OUTDOOR WRITERS ASSOCIATION

Member
Ifish Gallery

Member
The Fishing Hall of Fame.com

Web References (200 Total References)


Stan Fagerstrom - The Bass Fishing Hall Of Fame : The Bass Fishing Hall Of Fame

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Stan Fagerstrom
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Stan is one of the pioneers of bass fishing in the western United States. No one in that part of the country has written more about bass fishing. He began writing immediately after returning from almost two years of serving in an infantry rifle company in the jungles of the South Pacific during World War II. He has been at it ever since.
Stan is an award-winning outdoor writer who has written for a variety of prestigious publications including Bassmaster, Bassin, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield and many others. He has written countless newspaper columns. Most of his writing is currently appearing in four different Internet columns.
Stan is equally recognized for his artistry with a rod. Known internationally as "The Master Caster," he has been featured in outdoor shows since 1952. His skills with casting and spinning equipment have taken him from Tulsa to Tokyo and from Birmingham to Brazil.
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Stan also gave a private casting demonstration for Japan's Princess Nobuko while participating in a major outdoor show in Tokyo.
Stan was the only writer from the Pacific Northwest invited to the first Bassmasters Classic at Lake Mead. He covered more than 30 Classics for a variety of publications in ensuing years. When Stan wasn't riding along with a Classic competitor, he was giving casting demonstrations at the Classic Outdoor Show.
Fagerstrom has won numerous awards for his writing. Some of his poetry dealing with fishing has been widely published in both printed media and on the internet. Besides his newspaper and magazine work, he has written three books on fishing and starred in two instructional videos on casing.
Stan does more than write about fishing. Early in his career he participated in the Oregon Bass & Panfish Club's annual "Biggest Bass Contest. He won all five years in which he competed. Stan is a long time member of the Outdoor Writers of America and a charter member of the Northwest Outdoor Writers Association.


Stan Fagerstrom | Mack's Lure

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Stan makes a presentation at the Spokane Convention Center during the 2009 Great Western Sportfishing Show.

Stan Fagerstrom Stan is one of the pioneers of bass fishing in the western United States. No one in that part of the country has written more about bass fishing. He is a decorated combat veteran of World War 11 who began writing immediately after returning from almost two years of serving with an infantry rifle company in the jungles of the South Pacific. He has been at it ever since.
Stan is an award-winning outdoor writer who has written for a variety of prestigious publications including Bassmaster, Bassin, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, Western Outdoors and many others. He has written countless newspaper columns. Most of his writing is currently appearing in four different Internet columns.
Bass fishing has always been his first love where angling is concerned. His first book, CATCH MORE BASS, was published in 1973.
Stan is equally recognized for his artistry with a rod. Known internationally as "The Master Caster," he has been featured in outdoor shows since 1952. His skills with casting and spinning equipment have taken him from Tulsa to Tokyo and from Birmingham to Brazil.
...
Stan also gave a private casting demonstration for Japan's Princess Nobuko while participating in a major outdoor show in Tokyo. He gave the first trick and accuracy casting demonstration ever presented at the Agradome in the city of Rotorua, New Zealand. Last year he performed at the famed Anglers Inn Lodge at Lake El Salto in Mexico.
Stan casting for Princess Nobuko of Japan. Stan casting for Princess Nobuko of Japan.
Stan was the only writer from the Pacific Northwest invited to the first Bassmasters Classic at Lake Mead. In 1971. He covered more than 30 Classics for a variety of publications in ensuing years. When he wasn't riding along with a Classic competitor, he was giving casting demonstrations at the Classic Outdoor Show.
Fagerstrom has won numerous awards for his writing. Some of his poetry dealing with fishing has been widely published in both printed media and on the Internet. Besides his newspaper and magazine work, he has written three books on fishing and starred in two instructional videos on casting.
Stan does more than write about fishing. Early in his career he participated in the Oregon Bass & Panfish Club's annual "Biggest Bass of the Year contest. He won all five years in which he competed. Stan is a long time member of the Outdoor Writers of America and a charter member of the Northwest Outdoor Writers Association.


Mack's Lure : : High Quality Fishing Lures and Accessories

www.mackslure.net [cached]

Stan makes a presentation at the Spokane Convention Center during the 2009 Great Western Sportfishing Show.

Stan Fagerstrom
Stan is one of the pioneers of bass fishing in the western United States. No one in that part of the country has written more about bass fishing. He is a decorated combat veteran of World War 11 who began writing immediately after returning from almost two years of serving with an infantry rifle company in the jungles of the South Pacific. He has been at it ever since.
Stan is an award-winning outdoor writer who has written for a variety of prestigious publications including Bassmaster, Bassin, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, Western Outdoors and many others. He has written countless newspaper columns. Most of his writing is currently appearing in four different Internet columns.
Bass fishing has always been his first love where angling is concerned. His first book, CATCH MORE BASS, was published in 1973.
Stan is equally recognized for his artistry with a rod. Known internationally as "The Master Caster," he has been featured in outdoor shows since 1952. His skills with casting and spinning equipment have taken him from Tulsa to Tokyo and from Birmingham to Brazil.
...
Stan also gave a private casting demonstration for Japan's Princess Nobuko while participating in a major outdoor show in Tokyo. He gave the first trick and accuracy casting demonstration ever presented at the Agradome in the city of Rotorua, New Zealand. Last year he performed at the famed Anglers Inn Lodge at Lake El Salto in Mexico.
Stan casting for Princess Nobuko of Japan.
Stan was the only writer from the Pacific Northwest invited to the first Bassmasters Classic at Lake Mead. In 1971. He covered more than 30 Classics for a variety of publications in ensuing years. When he wasn't riding along with a Classic competitor, he was giving casting demonstrations at the Classic Outdoor Show.
Fagerstrom has won numerous awards for his writing. Some of his poetry dealing with fishing has been widely published in both printed media and on the Internet. Besides his newspaper and magazine work, he has written three books on fishing and starred in two instructional videos on casting.
Stan does more than write about fishing. Early in his career he participated in the Oregon Bass & Panfish Club's annual "Biggest Bass of the Year contest. He won all five years in which he competed. Stan is a long time member of the Outdoor Writers of America and a charter member of the Northwest Outdoor Writers Association.


Mack's Lure : : High Quality Fishing Lures and Accessories

www.mackslures.com [cached]

Stan makes a presentation at the Spokane Convention Center during the 2009 Great Western Sportfishing Show.

Stan Fagerstrom
Stan is one of the pioneers of bass fishing in the western United States. No one in that part of the country has written more about bass fishing. He is a decorated combat veteran of World War 11 who began writing immediately after returning from almost two years of serving with an infantry rifle company in the jungles of the South Pacific. He has been at it ever since.
Stan is an award-winning outdoor writer who has written for a variety of prestigious publications including Bassmaster, Bassin, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, Western Outdoors and many others. He has written countless newspaper columns. Most of his writing is currently appearing in four different Internet columns.
Bass fishing has always been his first love where angling is concerned. His first book, CATCH MORE BASS, was published in 1973.
Stan is equally recognized for his artistry with a rod. Known internationally as "The Master Caster," he has been featured in outdoor shows since 1952. His skills with casting and spinning equipment have taken him from Tulsa to Tokyo and from Birmingham to Brazil.
...
Stan also gave a private casting demonstration for Japan's Princess Nobuko while participating in a major outdoor show in Tokyo. He gave the first trick and accuracy casting demonstration ever presented at the Agradome in the city of Rotorua, New Zealand. Last year he performed at the famed Anglers Inn Lodge at Lake El Salto in Mexico.
Stan casting for Princess Nobuko of Japan.
Stan was the only writer from the Pacific Northwest invited to the first Bassmasters Classic at Lake Mead. In 1971. He covered more than 30 Classics for a variety of publications in ensuing years. When he wasn't riding along with a Classic competitor, he was giving casting demonstrations at the Classic Outdoor Show.
Fagerstrom has won numerous awards for his writing. Some of his poetry dealing with fishing has been widely published in both printed media and on the Internet. Besides his newspaper and magazine work, he has written three books on fishing and starred in two instructional videos on casting.
Stan does more than write about fishing. Early in his career he participated in the Oregon Bass & Panfish Club's annual "Biggest Bass of the Year contest. He won all five years in which he competed. Stan is a long time member of the Outdoor Writers of America and a charter member of the Northwest Outdoor Writers Association.


Mack's Lure : : High Quality Fishing Lures and Accessories

www.macklure.com [cached]

Stan makes a presentation at the Spokane Convention Center during the 2009 Great Western Sportfishing Show.

Stan Fagerstrom
Stan is one of the pioneers of bass fishing in the western United States. No one in that part of the country has written more about bass fishing. He is a decorated combat veteran of World War 11 who began writing immediately after returning from almost two years of serving with an infantry rifle company in the jungles of the South Pacific. He has been at it ever since.
Stan is an award-winning outdoor writer who has written for a variety of prestigious publications including Bassmaster, Bassin, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, Western Outdoors and many others. He has written countless newspaper columns. Most of his writing is currently appearing in four different Internet columns.
Bass fishing has always been his first love where angling is concerned. His first book, CATCH MORE BASS, was published in 1973.
Stan is equally recognized for his artistry with a rod. Known internationally as "The Master Caster," he has been featured in outdoor shows since 1952. His skills with casting and spinning equipment have taken him from Tulsa to Tokyo and from Birmingham to Brazil.
...
Stan also gave a private casting demonstration for Japan's Princess Nobuko while participating in a major outdoor show in Tokyo. He gave the first trick and accuracy casting demonstration ever presented at the Agradome in the city of Rotorua, New Zealand. Last year he performed at the famed Anglers Inn Lodge at Lake El Salto in Mexico.
Stan casting for Princess Nobuko of Japan.
Stan was the only writer from the Pacific Northwest invited to the first Bassmasters Classic at Lake Mead. In 1971. He covered more than 30 Classics for a variety of publications in ensuing years. When he wasn't riding along with a Classic competitor, he was giving casting demonstrations at the Classic Outdoor Show.
Fagerstrom has won numerous awards for his writing. Some of his poetry dealing with fishing has been widely published in both printed media and on the Internet. Besides his newspaper and magazine work, he has written three books on fishing and starred in two instructional videos on casting.
Stan does more than write about fishing. Early in his career he participated in the Oregon Bass & Panfish Club's annual "Biggest Bass of the Year contest. He won all five years in which he competed. Stan is a long time member of the Outdoor Writers of America and a charter member of the Northwest Outdoor Writers Association.

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