It’s been another whirlwind week for me. I was the honoree and guest speaker for the March of Dimes “Signature Chef Auction” held in Kalamazoo. Together we raised nearly $100,000 which will be put to great use.
There’s nothing more exciting than having a big bass blow up on a buzzbait and fall is when the bass are moving into the shallows to feed up.
It’s been a whirlwind week that began with me shooting the biggest deer of my life followed by a trip to Missouri where I’ve been working with Tracker Marine and Bass Pro Shops in Missouri.
I recently agreed to participate in an upcoming charity bass event that already has become a big thrill for me and my family.
New B.A.S.S. owners Don Logan and Jerry McKinnis got introduced to the good, the bad and the ugly —Michigan-style —this week.
New B.A.S.S. owners Don Logan and Jerry McKinnis got introduced to the good, the bad and the ugly — Michigan-style —this week.
Sometimes you have to think outside the box, something I was reminded of a couple of weeks ago while fishing for smallmouth with my boys on Lake Michigan.
When I scanned the lakes on the 2012 Elite Series schedule announced this week, it didn’t make me go, “wow.” I have to give the new B.A.S.S. owners credit; the lakes aren’t fabulous but the timing is superb.
My family had a great weekend mingling with other fishermen and NASCAR drivers at Michigan International Speedway.
Saltwater fishing may seem totally unrelated to bass fishing, but both types of anglers can learn from each other.