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2017 Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame Inductees
One of the many programs of the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame, based in Hayward,
Wisconsin, consists of recognizing individuals, organizations and institutions who have made
significant and lasting contributions to the sport and heritage of freshwater fishing. The Hall of
Fame Awards Committee meets annually in August to make their selections for the following
year. After much deliberation there were 11 individuals and one organization inducted into the
Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame’s 2017 year class.
Dan Basore has shared his knowledge through his “Fishing History” column in Midwest Outdoors
and other publications for over 30 years. He especially loves to introduce kids to fishing
and has done so by hosting numerous scout and school groups with a structured program. For
many years Basore has been in charge of the National Fishing Lure Collectors Club Honorary
Member Program which recognizes tackle makers while they are alive. By doing so, they can
realize what a treasure their inventions are and how much they are appreciated.