Going to Big Shows house is like a Sunday dinner on the ground at the 3rd Annual Deacon's meeting at the First Baptist Presbyterian Church on Big Oak Road
Terry Scroggins has no formal training as a chef. Heck, the guy used to work as a tow truck driver and auto body man before he became one of the world’s best pro bass anglers.
But food from a grill shared among friends has always been the common thread to relaxation in Terry’s life.
When he’s not on the road fishing, he’s grillin’ on the backporch with his Florida buddies. And along the Bassmater Elite Series tour, Scroggins is often feeding his fellow bass pros.
Over the years he’s invented a number of original recipes to make everything from meat to mushrooms taste better than any way you’ve ever eaten them.