It’s been a great start to the Elite season. I always enjoy going to Deep South fisheries in the springtime when the bass are shallow because it really fishes to my strengths.
We have a lot of technology available to us as fishermen, and finding efficient ways to utilize this technology can really help up your game. One big challenge is waypoint clutter.
It’s the most anticipated time of the year — Classic week! It’s not only the highlight of the tournament year, but the most-exciting way to open the season. If you can’t get your competitive juices flowing for the Classic, it’s time to change your game.
Unfortunately, even with incredible fishing in Brazil, scenery and a trip of a lifetime, I found it difficult to keep the Bassmaster Classic from creeping into my thoughts.
We are less than a month away from official practice for the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic on Lake Guntersville, and I’m pretty excited about it.
I'm in Muskegon, Mich., right now for Toyota All-Star Week, and it's exciting.
I'm looking forward to the challenge of All-Star Week and hoping I can find a way to fish my strengths. When I win a tournament, it's usually because I'm able to fish to my strengths.
After spending the week in upstate New York, I've confirmed that smallmouth bass are like a drug, and I'm addicted.
I've got a long road trip ahead ... and a summertime pattern for you.