I spent Father’s Day with the family. That’s always a special day for all of us in the Lane family.
As you develop your professional bass fishing career, it's important to recognize sponsorship opportunities at the local level.
Last time I hinted at how I got started with Power-Pole. Now I’ll give you the details. It’s an important part of how I advanced my professional fishing career.
Last week I promised that we would start a series of columns about developing, and keeping, sponsorships. What I’m going to say over the next few weeks is based on my experience. It’ll be targeted towards those of you who are just getting started or who need a little help moving up to the next level.
It’s been an exciting week for me. My new ride is in, and is it ever a fine looking vehicle.
My Grandpa Bill figured if it wasn't broke, don't fix it; that sums up perfectly why he fished exclusively with a Smithwick Devil's Horse in a silver shiner finish.
This week I want to bring you up-to-date on the doings in the Lane family. But before we start, I want to say something about our visit to Douglas Lake.
It’s been a wild ride since February when I won the Classic. A little rest won’t hurt me at all.
You hear it all the time. Bass fishing is a sport that’ll humble you, right quick. Well, I got mine this past week on Bull Shoals.
Right now I’m playing with my tackle and getting ready for practice on Bull Shoals Lake for this week's Elite Series TroKar Quest.