I've got a couple of big trips coming up. Las Vegas and Japan! Should be fun.
My goal for any tournament is never to finish in second place, but I seem to do it a lot.
My daughter and I recently enjoyed the trip of a lifetime and caught it all on video.
It's a huge lake, and I've only covered about half of it. I need another day.
As we start pre-fishing for the Bassmaster Classic, I think it's a good time to discuss the key things I'm looking for during any given pre-fish.
I can't recommend marathons for everyone, but I hope you'll find a way to take better care of yourself, too.
You can learn something from every tournament, win or lose.
Let me start by saying what an awesome year it's been. We have two great champions this year: Chris Lane and Brent Chapman. My family is close with both of their families, and we are very happy for them.
I think we generally do our best to take care of the fish we catch. Still, there are lots of theories on how best to do it, and it can get pretty confusing.
Do you trim your jig or spinnerbait skirts? If you don't, you might be costing yourself fish.