I'm proud to be involved in the Coastal Conservation Association. Let me tell you about their cause.
One of the toughest boat control situations we face is wind across open water. It’ll move your boat around, twist it out of position and make effective casting or drifting across precise targets darn near impossible.
This Saturday, the Lane family will be holding their Reeling in Future Pros event here in Guntersville, Ala.
If you read last week’s column, you know that I had a rough start last week. On Monday, the first day of practice, the wind was blowing and the lake was rough. I couldn’t find much of anything because I couldn’t fish.
When I launched from Green Bay yesterday morning, all I could find was current, open water, bridges and big buildings. This place is something different; and after a full day on the water, I have caught exactly one 3-pound smallmouth bass.
I spent Father’s Day with the family. That’s always a special day for all of us in the Lane family.
As you develop your professional bass fishing career, it's important to recognize sponsorship opportunities at the local level.
Last time I hinted at how I got started with Power-Pole. Now I’ll give you the details. It’s an important part of how I advanced my professional fishing career.
Last week I promised that we would start a series of columns about developing, and keeping, sponsorships. What I’m going to say over the next few weeks is based on my experience. It’ll be targeted towards those of you who are just getting started or who need a little help moving up to the next level.