Just because you don’t have the budget to buy the newest and the best doesn’t mean you can’t catch bass, and it doesn’t mean you can’t compete.
Your temper is your enemy. Getting mad doesn’t help.
Everybody has things go wrong when they’re out fishing. Successful anglers deal with them.
There’s an aspect to confidence we need to talk about — the physical side of fishing and how it affects your mind, for the good or for the bad. It has a lot more to do with your confidence than you might think.
Slumps are a part of life for anyone who fishes competitively.
This is the time of year when you might want to spend some time thinking about your fishing club or — if you don’t belong to one yet — which one you might want to join.
It happens all the time when you’re fishing a tournament. The fish are concentrated or the weather changes, and you find yourself fishing with 30 other boats all piled up in 50 acres of water.
Every tournament angler has to answer this question every day of competition.
The 2012 Elite Series season's half over. How do you adjust to make the most of the second half?