Pro Fishing Strike a chord Rapala's Fishing Pro series is less expensive on all platforms, but still offers plenty of content to keep players engaged. $30 at Amazon Pros Less expensive Weekly challenges give you more to do Offers more species of fish Cons Less modes for playing Less character customization There's something to be said about a controller that mimics a fishing rod, and Bass Pro Shops offers just that. $50 at Amazon Pros Offers a fishing rod Joy-Con holder More game modes Offers more lakes to play on Both of these games are fun if you want to go fishing… without actually going fishing. While it's more expensive, Bass Pro Shops the Strike Championship Edition is the better option since it offers more game modes, replicas of famous North American fishing spots and — for Switch owners at least — a fishing rod controller. Something's fishy Rapala Fishing Pro Series Bass Pro Shops The Strike Championship Edition Fishing controller No Yes, … [Read more...] about Rapala Fishing Pro Series vs Bass Pro Shops The Strike Championship Edition: Which should you buy for Nintendo Switch?
One of the largest pyramids in the world is a Bass Pro Shops megastore in Memphis, Tennessee. The pyramid also hosts a hotel, indoor swamp, and bowling alley. However, for roughly a decade, the pyramid was empty – and some believed it was cursed due to a crystal skull installed by the owner of the Rainforest Café. The pyramid has long captured the human imagination, with people traveling far and wide to view the architectural wonders that spring up from the sands of Egypt. But to see one of the biggest pyramids on the planet, Americans don’t need to leave the country – they can just travel to Tennessee and visit a Bass Pro Shops. In 2015, Memphis’ 321-foot-tall “Great American Pyramid” reopened as a Bass Pro Shop megastore after being abandoned for roughly a decade. The 32-floor pyramid contains a hotel, an indoor swamp, and a bowling alley. The road to opening a Bass … [Read more...] about One of the largest pyramids in the world is a Bass Pro Shops that was rumored to be cursed
Local Scout Thomas Eitzen said he no longer enjoys fishing. He used to, but he doesn't anymore. He doesn't really know why he stopped, he said, but he thinks boredom played a part. He is only 8 years old, after all. Perhaps he doesn't fully appreciate a quiet day away from life's stresses. He prefers activities such as swimming and climbing trees. That doesn't mean Thomas — the recipient of an outdoors ethics award that he displays on his vest — doesn't want to help others enjoy the pastime. He likes to go out to swim while his papaw fishes, and he took part in an event Thursday afternoon at Bass Pro Shops in East Ridge to help children get fishing reels and rods. Fishing rods are seen on display before an event celebrating the donation of 50,000 rods and reels to nonprofit organizations at Bass Pro Shops on Thursday, June 7, 2018 in East Ridge, Tenn. Fishing rods are seen on display before an... Photo by C.B. Schmelter The event was part of an initiative created … [Read more...] about Bass Pro, Cabela’s donating 300 fishing rods and reels to help get local kids outside
Tyler Lauletta, provided by Published 2:24 pm, Saturday, April 7, 2018 The Masters Every year the Masters offers golf fans the opportunity to head to Augusta National and watch as the best players in the world test their skill against the picturesque, yet unforgiving course. Fans who attend the Masters this year will have the chance to check out Augusta National's new golf shop, offering patrons the exclusive opportunity to purchase official Masters gear for friends and family. The new store is vastly larger than its predecessor and will make any golf fan drool. You can check out some of the features of the new shop below. Recommended Video: Now Playing: Ahead of the 2018 Augusta Masters golf tournament, Irish impressionist Conor Moore recently mimicked some of the sport’s greatest names with incredible accuracy and hilarious delivery.Filmed in County Westmeath, Ireland, Conor impersonated major players like Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, and Sergio Garcia … [Read more...] about The Masters’ new pro shop at Augusta National will make any golf fan drool
I badly need a new computer. The last time I bought one was in the summer of 2011, not long after the MacBook Air’s first (and only) redesign. It was perfect timing: my last MacBook, the white plastic kind, had wiring literally sticking out of it after taking a spill. And Apple had just dropped the Air’s price down to $1,299 — the same price I believe my original MacBook had cost. It’s now six years later, and Apple is hitting that pricing sweet spot again in a big way. Not only does the super-slim MacBook start at $1,299, but so does the new MacBook Pro. And since the MacBook Air, still selling for $999, is woefully out of date — with a low-res screen that’ll look bad next to any current smartphone — $1,299 is essentially the starting price for a modern Mac laptop. So I’ve been wondering: if I want to spend $1,299 again, which one should I get? I’ve been testing both laptops for the past few weeks, and while I don’t think … [Read more...] about MacBook vs. MacBook Pro: how to pick between Apple’s two $1,299 laptops