Bass anglers are pretty specific with their wish list for Santa Claus. Loved ones, beware: Many anglers are dreaming of some pretty big presents under the tree.
OK guys, I’ve just finished my first sailfish tournament. The only thing it had in common with a bass tournament is that they’re both held on water. After that, it’s two different worlds.
I’m in Florida fishing Lake Okeechobee and I have to say I’m having the time of my life.
Last week I mentioned the Thanksgiving tournament on Lake Cumberland. I didn’t do all that well but did I ever have a good time.
I was messing around the other day — fishing, of course — when I ran into a fellow who reminded me about the Sunday tournaments on a local lake near my house, Deer Creek Reservoir. I’d fished them a time or two in the past and had a good time so I thought why not.
I was really excited to hear that Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees will be the site of our 2013 Bassmaster Classic.
You always hear that you should play to your strength. It’s one of those things that we all acknowledge but often don’t put into practice.
I’m in Oklahoma prefishing on Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees for this year’s Fish and Chips combination tournament.
I’m in Green Bay, Wis., this week filming a TV show with Mark Zona for his Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show. We’ll be targeting smallmouth bass in Lake Michigan near Washington Island.
As the year winds down, I’ve been thinking about some things. One of them is my name. I know that sounds crazy but it enters my mind from time to time, especially at this time of the year.