of an Outdoor Legend
to FIELD & STREAM Magazine, he walks with the outdoor gods:
Individuals like Teddy Roosevelt, Rachel Carson and Aldo Leopold.
He is among the “Twenty Who Have Made A Difference” in the
American outdoors over the past century.
Following in the footsteps of such American
legends, Ray W. Scott, Jr. has achieved his own legacy as the “Bass
Boss,” the founder of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.), the
Whitetail Institute of North America, and as publisher framed the
foundation for successful outdoor publications, including BASSMASTER
Magazine, Southern Outdoors, Fishing Tackle Retailer, and
the award-winning national television series “The BASSMASTERS”,
the highest rated program on The Nashville Network (TNN).
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