I've been marketing myself as a professional angler for a long time, but I'm new to the pecan business.
Report cards usually have a place where the teacher lists some areas for improvement, and this is no exception even though I'm grading myself.
A comprehensive overview and tough evaluation of my performance is something that really benefits me. If you're a tournament fisherman, you might want to do the same thing.
When I look back and grade myself on the key things that go into my fishing, here's what my final report card of 2014 looks like.
In this installment, we're going to cover the specialized gear that will fishing in the wind more productive and much less painful.
If you approach it right, windy days can be your best fishing days.
Just about all great bass fisheries benefit tremendously from the wind ... but maybe not in the ways you think.
"Day on the Lake" for me actually started early this year when I got an email from Don telling me I would be featured again.
There's only one meaningful goal at any bass tournament, and that's to win as much money as you can to provide for yourself and your family.
I can't think of a single tournament stop where I haven't met at least one person who made the trip better in some way.