Mark Davis is a big man … in stature and in heart.
Good maintenance and the right prop will carry you a long way.
The Florida International Tackle Show is held each year in Daytona, and if you care about fishing tackle or our sports' history, this is the place to be.
No tour-level angler wants to be at the Classic as a non-competitor. It's just not in our DNA. Unfortunately, that was my role at this year's event.
Whether you're fishing from a johnboat, kayak or canoe, these types of watercraft will go where a big fancy bass boat can't.
It all started because John Oliverio needed a better way to sneak up on a fish.
They say there's no substitute for time on the water, but there are shortcuts.
Looking back, it's not only the many foreign fishing destinations that drew me in; it was the people, too. Though there was a language barrier at times, it was clear we all had something in common.
Until that time, the largest fish I had seen in the wild was maybe 13 or 14 pounds. The Ikehara fish was clearly almost twice that size!
In 1987, the year I decided to go pro, B.A.S.S. held a team tournament on the St. Lawrence River out of Alexandria Bay, N.Y.