Last week I was talking about how hard I worked and how that was necessary for success in this business. That’s true but it isn’t the whole story. Sometimes I just chill and have a good time.
Come Friday, those of us lucky enough to live in the United States will mark 238 years since July 4, 1776.
Former Classic champ Chris Lane offers tips for when to target grass for bass.
This week we’re going to talk about fishing lily pads. The best place to start, in my opinion anyway, is by breaking them into three types.
Chickamauga is fishing small. I know it covers 35,000 acres, more or less. But the fish are schooled up in certain places, and the guys are finding them.
Sometimes a fellow has to look in the mirror, take a long, hard look at himself, and do what works for him.
Putting things back together so that I can fish the rest of the season has been a real chore. I didn’t know I had that much stuff in my boat.
Waking up to a fire in your boat is no fun. What happened to me on Thursday morning of last week is something I’m still trying to wrap my head around.
It’s been nice to have a couple of weeks off between tournaments. No matter how hard you try it’s almost impossible to really rest when you’re fishing one tournament after another.