It’s been an exciting week for me. My new ride is in, and is it ever a fine looking vehicle.
My Grandpa Bill figured if it wasn't broke, don't fix it; that sums up perfectly why he fished exclusively with a Smithwick Devil's Horse in a silver shiner finish.
This week I want to bring you up-to-date on the doings in the Lane family. But before we start, I want to say something about our visit to Douglas Lake.
It’s been a wild ride since February when I won the Classic. A little rest won’t hurt me at all.
You hear it all the time. Bass fishing is a sport that’ll humble you, right quick. Well, I got mine this past week on Bull Shoals.
Right now I’m playing with my tackle and getting ready for practice on Bull Shoals Lake for this week's Elite Series TroKar Quest.
We just moved into our new house. We’d been renting one on Guntersville but we decided to buy one. That’s really everyone’s dream, and we want to be a part of it.
This week I’m looking forward to the Bass Pros Shops Bassmaster Southern Open #2 on Lake Norman.
I’m living in a new world. This Classic thing is something else. I’ve never had so many guys come up and congratulate me as I did during the St. Johns and Okeechobee tournaments.
The St. Johns River tournament is behind us. I finished in the 33rd spot. I would like to have finished higher — won, actually, but I’ll take it. One of my goals was to do better there this time than last time. I did that so I’m OK with everything.