Some fishing trips go smoothly, and others … not so much. For the past five days, I have tried to practice on the St. Johns River.
Tournament bass fishing is very humbling. Some tournaments go great and some go bad.
Florida fishing is way different than anywhere else in the country. The weather, water depth, and habitat all play big roles in how the fish behave down there.
I have had my boat for over seven years, and it still looks and runs really good. I will be selling my boat after I get my Triton in February, and I know the person that buys it will be getting a really good boat because I have taken great care of it.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. I know I did. Thanks for all the kind words on last week’s “Night Before Blastoff” poem. Getting positive feedback from these blogs means an awful lot!
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.
Now is the time to plan your 2012 fishing schedule, and the Federation Nation should be a top priority.
Four boys in a 16-foot aluminum boat battling it out for bass creates lifelong memories.
Thanksgiving is a time for reflection, a time to give thanks, and a time to catch some big ole brown fish. The three or four weeks surrounding Thanksgiving is when the smallmouth bass fishing gets really good in East Tennessee.
Catch phrase is what an angler says when he reels in a fish, and I think mine will grow on you.