Back in 1998 I had the pleasure of being introduced to Micky Owens and the Big Bass Record Club. I became a member and quickly started to certify bass for the contest. In watching the ongoing standings, I saw where Bill Warman from Arizona was always in the top positions and he was qualifying many big fish. His lake of choice is Canyon Lake in Arizona.
In watching Bill for years, he has always made contributions to our industry as well as serving as a mentor to those who wanted to excel in catching bigger bass. Then, a few months ago, Bill came to my attention as a result of two people recommending him to our Hall Of Fame here at WorldRecordBass. Bill, we are happy about your induction to the HOF and wish you continued success with life and fishin’.
Bill Warman Accomplishments:
Life member of B.A.S.S.
Member of B.A.S.S., Lunker Club
Member of I.G.F.A.
Member of Big Bass Record Club
Two time Arizona State BASS fishing Champion
1992 Big Bass World Championships - 8th place finish
1995 Big Bass World Championships - 13th place finish
Arizona State line class( 12-lb test line) record largemouth bass
16 Bass registered under World Record Regulations in the World Record Book
News Release From I.G.F.A.:
IGFA ANNOUNCES FIRST ARIZONA STATE LINE CLASS RECORD
Dania Beach, Florida, U.S.A. - The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) has announced the approval of Arizona's first state record on 12-LB test line. A largemouth bass was caught on Canyon Lake in Apache Junction, Arizona.
The first Arizona state line class record was caught on March 26, 1999 by William (Bill) Warman of Mesa, Arizona. Warman's largemouth bass weighed 13 LB 10 oz and filled the vacant Arizona 12-LB line class category.
Bill is available for seminars and instructional classes.
For information please call 480-380-2901.
10 Pound Bass Club
Bill's IGFA Certificates
Bill Warman Trophy Interview
Bill Warman Fishing Website
E-Mail Bill Warman