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.
Louisiana State University will have the opportunity to defend its Bassmaster College Classic title on Feb. 26 on Cross Lake in Shreveport, La.
I am starting to put together a game plan for each of the twelve bass fishing tournaments I have scheduled in my first year of fishing full time. And while I am excited about all of the events next year, a few really have me pumped up.
My life has been unbelievably stressful, but there are some things I do to shoot it down.
Four boys in a 16-foot aluminum boat battling it out for bass creates lifelong memories.
Driving through Shreveport to do some scouting, it hit me: I actually qualified for the 2012 Classic.
Catch phrase is what an angler says when he reels in a fish, and I think mine will grow on you.
In late October on the Alabama/Georgia state line, members of the Auburn and Georgia fishing teams take Army Rangers fishing on Lake Harding through the Heroes on the Hooch Foundation.
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.