All of us need to find the time to share the love of fishing with the next generation ... and the generation behind that.
As I write this on Sunday evening, Mother's Day, I reflect on the past year and what my mom and my mother-in-law have gone through.
One of the great things about bass fishing is that you never stop learning.
Your memory may be good, but a log book never forgets!
I'd like to thank my dad and my Uncle Larry for taking the time to share their love of fishing with me.
Pardon my borrowing a classic title from literature for this week's column, but that's exactly the way I felt after my trip through Texas.
I'm ready to get on the water. I feel like the last four or five months all I've done is talk about fishing.
This week I got another reminder of how cool it was to win the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year title. I was given a guitar!
To say the Bassmaster Classic didn't go as planned is an understatement.