When it comes to high-stakes fishing, professional anglers will do almost anything to get to the fish ... and that includes abusing their equipment.
Anytime I work a promotion, whether it's large or small, I'm approached by young people wanting to know more on how to become a professional angler. And that's good.
An early tournament win got me noticed by a writer and led to a 30-year relationship with the outdoor media.
Last week I participated in an outdoor writers' junket on Mille Lacs Lake in northern Minnesota.
Figuring out depth and cover is the key to finding fish on virtually any body of water. And it's precisely the information any top level pro wants before heading into battle.
I'd like to introduce you to some products I believe will truly enhance your fishing experience … and give you your money's worth.
When you travel as much as I do, having a partner (or partners) to share time with is a major plus — kind of like a support group on wheels.
Next time you're out scouting the lake and everything seems to be falling into place, keep in mind that change is just around the corner ... and with it may come opportunity.
The next time you consider becoming a touring bass pro, think twice.