Sometimes it’s hard to be frugal in bass fishing, but there are some tricks to save money.
Learning how to prepare for events can go a long way toward success.
Anna has been asking me to take her fishing for a long time, but we haven’t really had any opportunities because she works on the weekends when I normally fish.
I love fishing shallow, and I love fishing in clear water. Any time I am on a clear lake and the water temperature is above 60, I am looking for big bass in the shallows.
I will be fishing the Bassmaster Elite Series and my brother Jordan will be fishing the FLW Tour. We love preparing for fishing tournaments together, so we will fish the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Opens as well.
Being late to find cover from a lightning storm probably the most scared I have ever been in my life.
Oneida Lake, site of this week's Open, is where Brandon Card won his first college event.
Ten years ago, our lives were forever changed. I remember 9/11 just like it was yesterday. Every time I think about it, I realize just how short life really is. Life is shorter for some people, and longer for others. We cannot change that. That’s just how life is. What we can change, however, is how we live life. Life is a gift. I appreciate every day, and want to make the most of each day that God has given me. I believe that God has a plan, and we all have a purpose.
Labor Day made me stop and think about work. Like most of you guys, I work to fish.
Don't let the nice bags last weekend from Lake Erie fool you; that body of water can be a scary place.