I’ve had some time off the past two or three weeks. It’s given me time to relax my mind and my body. Now it’s time to pay the piper, big time. I’m on my way to Texas for a Toyota event.
If you’re going to learn a new technique, you have to fish it.
I would never have caught the fish I did on Oneida fishing a frog out of the package, even one as good as the Snag Proof Ish’s Phat Frog. First thing is to turn the hooks out.
Last week we talked in generalities about my frog success. This week we’ll look at how I developed my pattern and the lessons we can learn from it.
I just fished the best tournament I’ve had in a long time. It was one of those events where everything went my way. It’s not often you’ll hear me say that unless I had a win.
Last week I made an offhand reference to forgetting my long underwear and my maps. It’s hard to fish when you’re cold, and even harder when you don’t know where to go or what section of the lake to target.
I’m up on a giant, Northern natural lake that’s full of really big smallmouth bass getting ready for a tournament.
I have spent the last week working with Berkley and Rapala on new fishing lure designs and colors. It’s a part of my job that I like the best...
I’m back from the Toyota and NASCAR experience, and what an experience it was. I’ve never seen or done anything like it.
Things change. I’m not going to fish the Open on Lake Erie. I’m going to the Bristol Motor Speedway to work with one of my sponsors, Toyota.