by Dave Landahl
Tim Horton is a seasoned bass pro who's been on the road fishing for a living for almost 20 years. He's won major events and been a vocal advocate for anglers and the sport of bass fishing in general.
So, does this entrepreneurial bass pro and lure business owner have what it takes to survive Three Questions from Pros4- 1Source? Read on and find out.
DL - Which do you prefer more, the business side or fishing side of pro bass fishing?
TH - I'd say the fishing side with one exception- my lure business. It's the designing of a lure that really intrigues me, but I enjoy the fishing side better.
DL - What is your most embarrassing moment in fishing?
TH - Man, so many of them. Okay, going to the Bassmaster Classic in Chicago as the reigning Angler of the Year and I zeroed all three days. That was the biggest piece of humble pie I've ever eaten.
DL - Steak or dessert?
TH - It would have to be steak. Steak is just one of my favorite things to eat. I like a medium-rare filet mignon. Just salt and pepper for seasoning. I don't want to take away from the good beef flavor.