In the offseason last fall and winter, I worked as a landscaper nearly 60 hours per week. This fall I am taking a different approach, and I have started doing guided fishing trips.
He may not be the next KVD, but one thing is for sure- Carson Orellana is impressive.
The late summer to early fall transition period can be the toughest time of the year for bass fishermen because bass are very scattered. I know it is my toughest time!
It has finally sunk in that my first Bassmaster Elite Series season is over and in the books, and I am already thinking about next year’s schedule.
Fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series is a tremendous learning experience. The most important thing that I have learned this year is that I have to fish my strengths to be successful.
At the start of the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series, I, like all the other 99 anglers, set a goal of making the Bassmaster Classic. I figured that if I could do that the Rookie of the Year title would be a good possibility, too.
How many hours have you spent practicing the craft of bass fishing? I asked myself that question to see where I was on Malcolm Gladwell's 10,000-hour scale.
I am up here in New York fishing the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open on Cayuga Lake to get my mind right for fishing the final Elite Series event on Oneida.
College basketball has March Madness; college bass fishing has the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship. And it starts today in Little Rock, Ark. This is the moment that 110 college anglers have been working toward all year.