The Bassmaster Classic is quickly approaching. Am I ready? Well, that’s the million-dollar question.
Over the past few years, I never felt like I matched my bass fishing rod to the application quite like I do today.
Looking back on growing up makes me appreciate all the things that I have today and to never take anything in life for granted.
It’s an exciting yet stressful time for me. Christmas? Hardly. I’m ordering my new boat this week for 2012.
My life has been unbelievably stressful, but there are some things I do to shoot it down.
Driving through Shreveport to do some scouting, it hit me: I actually qualified for the 2012 Classic.
Veterans Day is a very emotional time for me and to my family. It takes me back to moments my family and I will never forget.
When I think of reaction strikes, especially in the fall, I think of rocks. I don’t just think about them, I dream about deflecting a crankbait off rocks.
If you have ever been to Toledo Bend or Sam Rayburn from about September to March you know one of the primary tactics is ripping a lipless crankbait through the grass.
I get a lot of questions about what my favorite technique in bass fishing is; my reply is always deep water football jigs.