I rarely get all sugary and syrupy but today is different.
Last week was about as good as it gets as far as I’m concerned.
The break, short though it was, recharged my batteries. I really need that.
We can put the 2011 Elite Series to bed. If I rated my season, I’d have to say it was no better than mediocre.
Missing the Top 50 cut is not my idea of a strong performance. I’m especially frustrated with how it all happened.
The locks played a big role in the tournament. Some of the guys — include me in that group — had weight deducted from their totals because they were late. Others lost all their weight.
The life of a touring bass pro isn't all sunshine and flowers. Even a labor of love is labor ... at least some of the time.
I learned early on to stay back, throw power baits with finesse tackle and match the hatch if I wanted to catch them.
Clear water, blueback herring and heavy fishing pressure made for a tough combination on Lake Murray.
I finished 66th. That's about all you need to know about my performance in the Pride of Georgia tournament on West Point Lake.