Last week I decided to head out to the Mississippi River for a little scouting before it went off-limits for the Mississippi River Rumble in June.
Steve Kennedy's crazy weekend, and what makes me think he's one of the best not just in our sport, but in life.
I thought I’d seen it all. I’ve been around bass fishing for decades, at the highest levels. And yet, when this year’s Douglas Lake Challenge came along I saw something new. It’s called long-lining.
We’re out practicing for tournament No. 4 in the 2012 Elite Series season. I’m kind of excited about this one, although I think it might be a little tough.
I’ve been asked a thousand times why I fish. I’ve never had a standard answer. My motives change from time to time. All that might have changed this past week, however.
Rick Clunn is one of the living legends of our sport. And anyone who thought time had passed him by, or that he’s from another age, got their eyes opened this past weekend.
Several weeks ago I wrote a column about a big fish that didn’t get away. This week I’m going to have to write one about a big fish — several, actually — that did get away.
Let me start off by saying thanks to everyone who expressed their support for me and my career after last Wednesday’s post. Let me assure all of you that I’m not going anywhere.
OK, let’s face it; my Florida tournament performance was horrible. I don’t know what’s wrong but whatever it is, it’s beginning to take a toll on me.
The St. Johns River Showdown was a bust for me. On the positive side, however, I had a great time in Palatka.