Things went my way on the James River last week. I had a respectable finish and did something I haven’t done for awhile.
I’ve never fished the James River before, but, based on what I’ve seen, I expect a lot of limits.
I have to confess that I’m feeling a little bit like a fish out of water. I can’t remember the last time I was anywhere without a boat and fishing tackle.
Before I give my "vote for me" speech, I want to take this opportunity to congratulate Kevin VanDam on winning the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year title again.
I’m here to tell you that the tournament on the Arkansas River was one of the most physically demanding events I’ve ever fished.
The conditions we’re likely to face will shrink the fishery. It levels the playing field in the sense that the tournament becomes a contest of who can make them bite rather than who can find the best spot.
I'm finding fish in the extreme shallows and in 40 feet of water, just not the ones I think I need to win.
I was more than a little surprised by what I found when pre-fishing Douglas Lake for the upcoming Southern Open.
Fred Roumbanis is not only a great angler, he's also one of the most spoiled guys I know. He's very lucky.
You may not think of algae when you think of bass, but you should think of shad, and where there are shad ... well, you know the rest.