I’m headed back to Florida for a week The Fourth of July holiday is over. We celebrated our country’s birthday by spending five days on Lake Guntersville with the family, the in-laws as well as the Martens family. It was fun. We went swimming, went kneeboarding and generally played around all day long. It was a much needed break from tournament competition. But that was last week.
If you read last week’s column, you know that I had a rough start last week. On Monday, the first day of practice, the wind was blowing and the lake was rough. I couldn’t find much of anything because I couldn’t fish.
Voting to select the Toyota Trucks All-Star Week Fan Favorites heads into final turn.
I’ve never fished the James River before, but, based on what I’ve seen, I expect a lot of limits.
Last night, under a dark Virginia night, I sat in the library room under an original portrait of the first Governor of Virginia, Patrick Henry … a founding father without a pen on the Declaration of Independence.
Saturday's Day Three action at the Dixie Duel on the Lake Wheeler.
I'm telling you, fishing during a major summer holiday can get tough. There were boats everywhere last weekend.
When I was a kid, I couldn't wait for summer. It was the best time of the year. School was out and I could go fishing with my dad and friends. It was great.Now that I'm just a little older (nearly 46), summer doesn't mean quite as much to me.