The truth about whatever products we are using is going to come out.
The transition period is the period when fish move from their shallow water spawning grounds out to deeper water for the summer stage.
Anytime you get to go fishing — regardless of the species — you'll make yourself a better angler.
All of us need to find the time to share the love of fishing with the next generation ... and the generation behind that.
As I write this on Sunday evening, Mother's Day, I reflect on the past year and what my mom and my mother-in-law have gone through.
One of the great things about bass fishing is that you never stop learning.
Your memory may be good, but a log book never forgets!
I'd like to thank my dad and my Uncle Larry for taking the time to share their love of fishing with me.
Pardon my borrowing a classic title from literature for this week's column, but that's exactly the way I felt after my trip through Texas.
This past weekend at the Sabine River I didn't quite finish where I would have liked, but I'll take 33rd at every event. That would be enough to make the post season, qualify for the Bassmaster Classic and make a decent amount of money. Like a lot of the guys out here, I knew nothing about the Sabine River, and I made the most out of it. Overall, I feel good heading to Falcon Lake.