I don't care where you're fishing; New Jersey, Ohio, Florida or California; at this time of the year you can find bass by looking thick, looking deep or looking in current. This week we'll talk thick. Next week we'll talk deep.
The 2010 Bassmaster Elite Series is in the books. I didn't have a very good event in Oklahoma. Finishing 56th out of 93 isn't my idea of a good time. And I didn't qualify for the postseason. That's not where I want to be, either. Still, all is not lost. I'm a solid qualifier for the 2011 Bassmaster Classic. I'm proud of that.
2010 photo gallery of Lunker Club submissions in July and August.
Since Skeet Reese embarked on his mission to claim the Bassmaster Toyota Tundra Angler of the Year title that he relinquished to Kevin VanDam last year, all eyes have been on the California Pro.
Finally, we're home. I never thought I'd appreciate my own bed as much as I did that first night. I don't even remember falling asleep. All that happened, as far as I know, is that I fell backward into the bed and woke up the next morning in my own bedroom. It was wonderful.
The results from the final weigh-in at the 2010 Federation Nation Western Divisional.
Skeet Reese is working hard to hold on to his lead at the Southern Challenge.
First, let me apologize for missing last week. Everything got crazy busy and I didn't get it done. I try not to miss. I take this blog seriously. Nevertheless, sometimes it can't be helped.
The Pros talk about what worked for them on Day Three of the Southern Challenge on Lake Guntersville.
In this photo gallery, you'll see images of Skeet Reese from the first three stops of the 2010 Elite Series: Duel in the Delta, Golden State Shootout and Blue Ridge Brawl.