I’m doing something this afternoon you won’t see me doing very often. I’m fishing way offshore, and I do mean way offshore.
This last tournament on the St. Lawrence River was about as frustrating an experience as I can remember. I was on fish. They were in my area. They did not end up in my boat. I did not make a cut.
Last week I said we’d talk a little about smallmouth bass from a Florida angler’s perspective. I’m on the St. Lawrence River right now hunting them. Here’s how I’m going about doing that.
I know it’s still technically summer but around the Lane house it’s starting to feel like fall. As I put this column together, I’m getting the kids ready for football practice and cheerleading practice.
This year’s Future Pros Fishing Camp is over. It was a huge success. The weather held off for us, and we had a pretty good bite. That’s about as much as anyone can ask for.
ICAST is over. I have to say it was one of the better ones. The crowds looked to be good and, from what I could see, the buyers were buying.
It’s July. It’s time to celebrate Independence Day to its fullest.
I’ll tell you what, the Mississippi River is full of bass. Almost every angler caught fish all day long up there.
As I write this, I’m getting ready to go back out on the Mississippi River to see if I can find some winning bass. Before we get into that, however, I want to say a few words about my dad.