When Japan’s Manabu Kurita tied George W. Perry’s world bass record of 22 pounds 5 ounces, Gary Schwarz didn’t get mad—he simply decided to grow one even bigger.
While most anglers don’t go to extremes to get to the fish they seek, Gary Schwarz has risked life and limb, literally, to grow the biggest largemouth bass the world has ever seen. The 64-year-old Texan is best known for creating Tecomate Seed, which revolutionized the approach to growing deer. Now, though, his focus is on bass. Big bass. And his motivation is simple.
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