I had an interesting experience the other evening that I thought might be worth writing about. It centers on the concept of recovery and how that affect the outcomes of bass tournaments.
Last weekend I made what I call a suicide trip to New York to prefish Cayuga Lake.
Yes, it’s true. I’m a vampire. I don’t suck blood, though. I suck energy and a positive mental attitude from some of the young anglers I see around this country.
Charlie Hartley talks more about his Nickajack experience.
You learn something new every time you launch your boat in this business. This time I might have learned something that’ll add a really useful technique to my fishing.
After the fishing public sees what we do here on Chickamauga this week, I’m predicting they’ll all know that this body of water is one of the best bass lakes in the country.
I’ve always believed you can tell a lot about a professional angler by how he is treated when he returns home to fish his home waters. After last week, I think we know a lot about Ott DeFoe.
I’m down in Tennessee getting ready for tomorrow’s Bass Pro Shops Northern Open on Lake Douglas in Tennessee.
I was thinking the other day that no one ever talks about fog delays. We have them all the time but the only thing you hear is that there was one. I’m here to tell you there’s more to them than you might think.