Every time you go fishing, you have a story of a huge one that got away. You remember those stories just as much as you remember the 9-pounder you caught.
Last night we saw the Texas Rangers stomp the Oakland Athletics 7-4 and retain their lead in the AL West. During the 7th inning stretch, six people in my section lined up and asked for my autograph right there in the ballpark.
t ICAST, there are representatives from the largest tackle buyers in the world to the little guy who sells a few things on his Web site. They're all here.
I haven't been fishing since the season's been over, and I'm really feeling the need to get on the water. This may be the longest period I can remember that I haven't been fishing.
This has been the most restful week the Jones household has had in a long time. I've gotten to enjoy one of my favorite things: cooking on the grill.
The season's over, and going into that last tournament already knowing that I wasn't going to make the Classic changed my perspective.
Kentucky Lake was a dismal event for me. Some representatives from Bethel University were at the weigh-in with their new athletic recruits. The cool thing about it is that they are receiving scholarships to join the fishing team!
Today is packing day, and over the last several days I've had to consolidate my gear into the Sequoia. As I mentioned before, the motor home is in the shop for major repairs, so it's our only option.
I forgot to tell you all about the Mark's Outdoors event in Birmingham a while back. It was a huge success. The coolest thing about it was what's called the "tackle toss."
After prefishing here for several days, this is shaping up to be the hardest tournament of the year. So far, I think it is.