I’m not going to try to kid anyone; it hurts. I’ve got a lot of history on the Alabama River, and was looking forward to competing in this unique, one-on-one format.
I just finished my first day of practice on Lake Jordan. And let me say, I liked what I saw.
If you love new products – and what bass fisherman doesn’t – you’re going to love what you see from ICAST.
It’s good to be home for awhile after a wild season. The fact that I won another Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of Year title still hasn’t sank in.
The last two weeks have been about as stressful as any period I’ve experienced during my professional fishing career.
It’s important to get off to a good start in any tournament, but it’s extremely critical in one like the Dixie Duel here on Wheeler Lake. I came here in position to win a fourth consecutive Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of Year title.
On the Arkansas River, someone's going to figure it out, someone's going to make the most of it, and someone's going to win.
People ask me which is most important, big fish or a limit. Any big fish is important, but it’s better to have five.
Things are tightening up in the AOY race, and there are only two tournaments left to go. It's getting interesting!