One of the principles that is very important to me is this: Start strong, finish strong. That’s the mindset I’m carrying into the final regular season event of the Bassmaster Elite Series on Cayuga Lake.
I feel like I got some payback on the Delaware River, and maybe even a little redemption.
Most anglers have their favorite summertime lures, from deep diving crankbaits to spoons and jigs. Well, make sure you add “big worms” to the list because nothing tempts those summer deepwater bass like a 10-inch soft plastic.
It’s been many years since I peeked around a corner to see what Santa Claus brought me, but last week I had that same feeling when I walked into ICAST.
From the floor of ICAST in Orlando, Fla., here's how I help companies test and develop products before they're released to the public.
There are some fish that live shallow year-round and if you want to catch quality fish in shallow, a dock is probably your best bet.
It feels good to wipe your brow, take a deep breath, look at the end of a long, demanding stretch and know that you’ve earned a little rest.
When fans look at all the wrapped boats at an Elite Series event, it’s probably easy for them to assume that everything inside those wraps is always neat, orderly and working as it should but that isn't always the case.
Looking back at the inaugural BASSFest on Lake Chickamauga, I have to say I left Dayton, Tenn., feeling pretty good about it. I’d like to have fished that last day, but overall I’m happy to participate in what I consider a very successful event.
Everybody who knows me knows that flipping is my thing. If I could flip every day I fish, I’d be a happy guy. But while I’m a flipper at heart, I’m first and foremost a professional fishermen, so that means I fish where the fish are.