Longtime Bassmaster Elite Series Tour roommates Terry Scroggins and Gerald Swindle agree on a lot of things. Including the same brand of tow vehicle, The SEC being college football’s strongest conference, and that nothing makes for a better evening than a marinated rib eye grilled among friends.
Gerald Swindle has competed as a pro in an admirable 217 B.A.S.S. tournaments.
This morning, he said there’s a clear new leader in his personal ranking of the toughest tournaments he’s ever fished. “Yep, the Delaware River here in Philly has passed Lake Wissota as a strong new #1 on ol’ G’s list of the toughest derbies I’ve ever been in,” said Swindle with an ever present grin.
-Gerald Swindle's entire Simplicity of Jig Fishing class:
As with most everything the GMAN does, he will teach Bass University TV students how to keep their jig selection "SIMPLE". Following Gerald's approach to simple jig fishing and selection just might make your bass fishing trips a whole lot easier! All together, Gerald guides the class through the "When, Where, and Which" for a variety of situations of fishing with jigs.
By BassFan Staff
Maximizing storage space and staying organized during the season is always a priority for anglers, especially at the top level of the sport where tournament schedules can keep pros on the road for weeks at a time. The same goes for any avid outdoorsman or active truck owner.
What’s the one lure you never leave the dock without? Gerald Swindle has his and he talks about why it’s always on his deck and how picking it up one time in a tournament has had such an impact in his finishes over the years. Then he gives a public service announcement on how to avoid road rage and other issues that anglers might face. Always worth a watch when G is online.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - It's been more than 10 years since Gerald Swindle told a loan officer at a bank that he fished for a living.
"She kind of gave me the stank eye across the desk when I said I wanted to borrow money," the Warrior resident recalled. "She said what do you do and I said I fish."
That loan officer, now his wife LeAnn, picks up the story there.