I’m going to tell another family Christmas story this week and then, I promise, I’ll get back to fishing on New Year’s Day.
For one Elite Series pro, a new front tooth is what he really wants for Christmas!
They go fishing for a living. So what do the pros do with their time off?
It's not about the money; it's about the memories.
At the Lakeland Bassmasters' annual banquet on Dec. 8, the club honored Jim Hooven, who is leaving his post as club president after 31 years.
I absolutely love this time of the year. I’m not going to tell you that I do a lot of fishing because I don’t.
It’s December and everybody’s thinking about Christmas. That’s the most important thing. I’ll give you that. But there’s something else that’s just around the corner that you might want to start thinking about — the 2013 fishing season.
Has this ever been a busy week! I’ve been working on nailing down all my sponsorship deals as well as making travel and lodging plans for next year. I’m glad I have all this stuff to do — not having it would be worse — but it can still be a hassle. I’d rather be fishing.
The anglers competing for the world championship in 2013 are an interesting mix of rookies and veterans, favorites and long shots, usual suspects and virtual unknowns.
Few things excite me as much as fishing a tournament on my home lake, Lake Guntersville. In February of 2014, when we fish the Bassmaster Classic here, you’ll get a taste of what I mean and why I like this place so much.