The Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship was the most unusual event I’ve ever fished. And not because of any lack of organization or execution – in fact B.A.S.S. did a fine job of running this event and managing what turned into a really challenging situation for everyone involved.
I’m in a really good state of mind going into the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship this week on Michigan’s Bays de Noc.
Now that we have those Labor Day cookouts behind us, we’re heading into one of the year’s key transitional periods – the change from summer to fall.
Cayuga lake was a good example of how, even at the Elite level, you’re constantly learning, improving and refining your game.
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.