Bill Warman            
Arizona State Record Bass

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Mesa, AZ 85207
Phone: (480)-776-9836
email: bass@BillWarman.com (office)

Triton Boats
 
Big Bass Fisherman
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1992 World Champioships
Bill Warman
Big Bass Hall of Fame
http://www.worldrecordbass.com/hoffers.asp
http://www.worldrecordbass.com/hof.asp?ID=13
2 Time Arizona State Champion
5 Time Arizona State Big Bass of the year Champion
http://www.vsps.com/newbass3.htm
Bill is a life member of B.A.S.S. ,
Bill owns two Arizona State Record line class records,
Bill is a Member of B.A.S.S. , Lunker Club, 
Bill owns a Arizona State Record Inland water record 2003
A member of I.G.F.A. 
At the 1992 Big Bass World Championships, he finished in 8th Place. 
 At the 1995 Big Bass World Championships, he finished in 13th Place. 
  Bill Warman has 18 Bass registered under World Record Regulations SEE Records
in the World Record Book.

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Fishing & Experience

 

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1990
  • Saguaro Lake, Az                             1st Place                          03/28/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             5th Place                          04/11/90 
  • Saguaro Lake, Az                            4th Place                          04/25/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             1st Place                          05/09/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             2nd Place                         06/23/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             1st Place                          07/07/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             2nd Place                         07/21/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             5th Place                          08/08/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             3rd Place                          08/11/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             2nd Place                         08/25/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             1st Place                          10/06/90 
  • Canyon Lake, Az                             2nd Place                         10/06/90 


 
1991
 



 
1992
  • Largemouth Bass                       14 Lb.                                   March 25, 1992** 
  • Largemouth Bass                       12 Lb.  2 Oz.                         July 13, 1992** 
  • Largemouth Bass                       11 Lb.  14 Oz.                       July 17, 1992** 
  • Bassin MagazineCompetition Update                                        October  1995 
  • The Beacon Journal Plain Folks live Dreams                                   September 25, 1992 
  • The Phoenix Gazette  Mesa Angler Joins Big bass championship         July 27, 1995 
  • Arizona State Champion BBWC 
  • At the 1992 Big Bass World Championships, 
  • 1992 World Championships
  • Opreyland Hotel 1992 World Championship, J. Percy Priest Reservoir, Nashville, Tennessee
  • Finished in 8th Place 
  • As seen on TNN 
1993
      .Largemouth Bass                      10 Lb.  4 Oz.                           July 4, 1993**
1994
      .Chevy Truck           World Cup Fishing                                     June 22, 1994
      .   Largemouth Bass                      10 Lb.  6 Oz.                        March 10, 1994**
      .Largemouth Bass                      11 Lb.  9 Oz.                           August 20, 1994**
    ..Mastercrafters Corp.     Congratulations Letter                       September 20, 1994
      .IGFA   Annual Fishing Contest   Third Place         11 lb.  9 oz.  Bass Largemouth**
      .   The Arizona Fishing News     Nocturnal Hawg Hunting               June 1994

 
1995
  • BASS TimesBig-Bass Fan                                                 January 1995 
  • East Mesa Independent  Local fisherman Competes in World Championship   Dec. 6-12. 1995 
  • Largemouth Bass                     14 Lb.  6 Oz.                         March 16, 1995** 
  • Arizona Fishing News 14.35 lb. Bass                                          April 1995 
  • Mesa independent One that didn't get away                                   May 9,  1995 
  • Western Outdoor News  IGFA 10-pound Bass Club grows              May 26, 1995 
  • Largemouth Bass                     11 Lb.  3 Oz.                         June 8, 1995** 
  • The Phoenix Gazette Big Bass Bagger                                        July 27, 1995 
  • 1995 BBWC State Champion for Arizona                             August 24, 1995 
  • The Arizona Republic  This fish story is really true                        September 23, 1995 
  • Popular Outdoor Outfitters Bill's Big Bass                                September  1995 
  • Largemouth Bass              11 Lb.  11 Oz.                              October 17, 1995** 
  • Bassin MagazineCompetition Update                                       December  1995 
  • Arizona State Champion BBWC 
  • At the 1995 Big Bass World Championships, 
  • World Championship Finals
  • Bill Warman on Stage at the 1995 World Championships at GreenLefe Resort Florida
  • Finished in 13th Place 
  • As seen on TNN 
1996
     .Largemouth Bass                            11 Lb.  15 Oz.                   June 23, 1996**
1997
     .  Largemouth Bass                           11 Lb.  14 Oz.                  April 16, 1997**
    .IGFA   Hall of Fame Gift      Pflueger Reel                                    May 27, 1997
     .IGFA   Hall of Fame Gift J.C. Higgins Reel                                   May 27, 1997
     .Largemouth Bass                           13 Lb. 15 Oz.                     October 30, 1997**
     .  Bass Master Magazine      Lunker Club                                      October 30, 1997
1998
     .  .  BassMaster Lunker Club                                                        April 13, 1998
     .BassMaster Lunker Club                   11.61 Lb.                        July 13, 1998**
 
1999
 

2000

Largemouth Bass                       9 Lb.  10 Oz.                        February 20, 2000
2001

2002
 
 
 



2003
Largemouth Bass                       9.33 lbs.                                February 11, 2001
Largemouth Bass                  10.01 lbs.                                March     14, 2001
Largemouth Bass                       8.89 lbs                                 September   2001 


Largemouth Bass                     10 lb. 4.16 oz.                         August 15, 2002
Largemouth Bass                     14.11                                       August 22, 2002
Largemouth Bass                     17.13 lbs.                                January 26, 2002

Big Bass Hall of Fame    http://www.worldrecordbass.com/hof.asp?ID=13

  • Big Bass of the Year Winner


AZ  2002 Big Fish-of-the-Year             Contest Winner
                    http://www.gf.state.az.us/h_f/big_fish_past.html


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2003   

First Big Bass of 2003                   http://www.vsps.com/01-20-03-3.jpg
A few nice bass caught in 2003  .

Arizona State 2003            Big Bass-of-the-Year Contest Winners:

Large Mouth Bass Category

  • Big Bass of the Year Winner

2003 Catch and Release**

Largemouth Bass      27 in., Canyon Lake
                                    Bill Warman, 05/27/03  - 2003 Winning Bass

2003      
 BassMaster Lunker Club                   10.20 Lb.                        December 1,  2003


IN-FISHERMAN Magazine APRIL 2005

2008

03-30-08

Bill Luke Big Bass Days

 

Look closely at the leader board. In red on the top left corner in 1st place you will see Bill Warman name.
Bill Warman Won the 9:00 AM weigh-in on Sunday morning with a largemouth bass that weighed 7.52LBS.



03-30-08 Bill Luke Big Bass Days

2008- MBC Super Team Results

2009-MBC Super Team Results

2010 Mel Denning Classic, 25th Anniversary 1st Place


I.G.F.A.    Certificates
The International Game and Fish Association
Issued To Bill Warman

Miscellaneous Certificates

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State of Arizona Certificates


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Arizona State Record 2003 Caught on Kick'n Bass Garlic .

I.G.F.A. Certificates

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2008 MBC Super Team Results

A Mesan & Three Fishermen

Bill Warman

I am truly grateful for the many accomplishments of my fishing life. I owe my basic knowledge of fishing to my grandfather, my Uncle Fritz, and Chief Smokin' Joe an Indian guide from Toronto, Canada.

I received my first fishing pole at Christmas at grandpa’s house when I was four years old. I was very excited about my new gift. When I was young I would go to church with my grandparents. After church, I would go to my grandma’s home and she would give us chores to do. I would help Grandpa cut the grass and load the car with fishing gear. In the meantime, grandma would make us sandwiches for our lunch. Every Sunday grandpa and I would go fishing. I remember many times being on our favorite lake which was WingFoot. The one story that stands out was Grandpa and I went into the boathouse. We were catching fish on every cast that day. A local newspaper man was interviewing fisherman for The Akron Beacon Journal. He asked me how many fish did we catch? I said too many to count. As the interview finished my grandpa told me you are going to be in the paper. The following weeks fishing report had our story in it.

Every year, my Grandpa would take me fishing at Rice Lake in Canada. We fished for bass, walleye, muskies, and northerns. Every time we would arrive at our cabin in Canada, a fishing guide by the name of Chief Smokin' Joe would meet us. The next morning we would all go fishing. Grandpa, Chief Smokin', and Uncle Fritz. These three fisherman would teach me about fishing.

1. Uncle Fritz would teach me about making lures, the lure movements, and the colors the fish see the easiest.

2. Chief Smokin' Joe taught me how to read the weather and water conditions on a regular basis. He would point out things like the wave movement, the wind direction etc.

3. Grandpa taught me to be persistent and have patience on the water.

I would not have learned what I know without these three fisherman. These were the building blocks I received when I was young which allowed me to catch these trophy bass. As life progressed, I built on these blocks. Fishing today at the age of 46 has become easy. It is a natural thing, a root of my up bringing. I understand the fishing industry, methods, politics, and life stories. I am truly grateful to these great fisherman. They took the time to teach me about an exciting sport.

To catch a Trophy bass you must have sound basic principals of fishing. You must also study the movement and patterns of these bass. The knowledge of these patterns can be found within this Hall Of Fame with the greatest big bass anglers of all, and the rising stars of tomorrow. You will get information from "Fish Chris" Wolfgram, Bob Crupi, Cody Pierce(an amazing rising star!), Doug Hannon "The Bass Professor," Bobbie & Butch Gayle, Javad "J.T." Trew, John Deckard, Paul Duclos and Mike Long.

This is a trophy hunters paradise for information. I am grateful to my peers for this induction into the Hall Of Fame. I am looking forward to teaching you and your children how to catch these trophy bass on a regular basis.

Sincerely

Bill Warman
WorldRecordBass.Com Hall Of Fame

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