- Ken Duke
As we near the end of 2009, it's easy to start looking back and thinking about the good and bad stuff that happened this year. From a BASS Insider and Bassmaster.com perspective, I think things were pretty good.
We grew our audiences, we implemented some exciting new technology and we refined our approach in a way that I think and hope better serves you.
That's not to say that we were perfect, or even nearly so. I know that we made some mistakes, and I'm sure that we missed some opportunities. Unfortunately, I'm just as certain that we'll have those same challenges again in 2010. With luck and a watchful eye, the mistakes will be smaller and the opportunities missed will be negligible. I can assure you that we're working very hard here to give you the very best bass fishing Web sites anywhere. And I think we do that.
2hMarc Stein and Tim MacMahon
8hMarc Stein and Calvin Watkins