When I think about the future of professional bass fishing, I think about more than just the business framework of the industry or the state of the fishing economy.
At the end of they year it’s traditional to look back at how things went. I suppose taking stock of things is a human trait, something we all do.
Last week I promised to give you some more of the details about my new TV show, Going Ike. As I said it’s different than anything else out there. It isn’t a show about catching a lot of fish.
I'm about to shoot the first episode of Going Ike, my new TV show. I can’t remember being this excited about a project.
While you are reading this, I’ll be with the Rapala team developing new products. That means most of my activities will be a combination of work and fun.
After a wonderful Thanksgiving with Becky’s parents and some of her family, we came back to the house to enjoy a little rest and relaxation before I have to start traveling again. That’s a simple enough plan, something I can handle. I didn’t count on yesterday, however.
I’m home now getting ready for Thanksgiving and spending a week or so with the family. I love my job but a few days off isn’t a bad thing either, especially when you’ve had a busy year like I have.
We now know where the 2013 Bassmaster Classic will be held, Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees in Oklahoma. I have to say I’m excited. It’s a challenging lake that’ll test our skills and make us work, especially in February when the water and the air are cold.
When we talked about my learning to fish a frog, what we were really talking about was a learning curve.
I’ve had some time off the past two or three weeks. It’s given me time to relax my mind and my body. Now it’s time to pay the piper, big time. I’m on my way to Texas for a Toyota event.