I finished 66th. That's about all you need to know about my performance in the Pride of Georgia tournament on West Point Lake.
I titled this one “Help yourself” because I think that’s something we should all do.
I guess when I stop to think about it, I was tired of being angry. That’s the best way I know to explain it ...
I saw a sports psychologist over the winter. She really helped me with some things.
This week we'll talk about going catchin'. I had a really good tournament on Pickwick.It wasn't perfect, but it was darn good, and I'm driving to Toledo Bend with a smile on my face.
Florida's over. It's time to get serious about the rest of the season, and the Alabama Charge on Pickwick Lake is the place to start doing it.
I spent all day Tuesday and Wednesday marking bed fish. I didn't even think about trying to develop something else.
The St. Johns River event is over. I can't tell you how happy it makes me to say that. My problems started the first day of practice.
Sometimes a guy has to face the facts — Florida bass fishing is not my strong suit. I don't know why, but I've never done very well on Florida waters.
Hi! It's me, Becky. I'm going to fill in for Mike this week. Classic week was tough on me. I really wanted to be there, but I couldn't travel that far with our baby, Vegas, or at least that's what the doctor said.