When I signed up for writing a blog occasionally, I did it for one reason. To stay in touch with everyone and let you know I was still on the job.
Pardon me for continuing to tell stories about “days gone by.” But if you will allow me to tell one more quickly, I’ll leave it alone for a while.
It’s kind of bold of me to say that I participated in the most interesting bass fishing tournament that there ever was. I can’t prove it, but you can’t prove that I didn’t.
Not that bass fishing doesn’t have him, it just makes a good title.
From the floods to our winner almost being locked out, it was quite a tournament on the Arkansas River.
The 33 days between the last Elite and the start of Toyota’s All Star week are important to you, and here's why.
Photo leads to reminiscing of 1970 Toledo Bend event, Roland's first and Jerry's last B.A.S.S. tournament
Enough said about great crowds as Alton shows amazing focus and Swindle shows he's not slacking
Jerry's thinking about how to best impact the world of bass fishing. Creating new anglers is on top of his list.
Remember how I've said in the past that I don't like the expression "Grow the sport?" The reason for that is the fact that, in my opinion, it's an overused phrase and one that is not acted on enough.