As the 2013 Bassmaster Classic approaches I thought we’d continue our look back at some of the greats, guys who are great fishermen but also great guys.
I’ve been reading about some of the old Classics on the site lately and they made me think of one of the first winners I can remember.
As the Classic approaches it seems appropriate to talk a little about some of the past winners, and tell a little about what they’re really like.
I’m on the Kissimmee Chain getting ready for the first Southern Open of the year. The weather has been fantastic here. For the past couple of weeks it’s been well above normal, temperature wise.
This past weekend I had a wonderful experience that I want to talk about. I was getting ready to go fishing when my phone rang. It was Terry Segraves.
Back in the day when I had to run the business five days a week I’d take advantage of the break between the Christmas and New Year holiday to go someplace warm(er) and fish. It was one of those things I looked forward to all year.
This is the year I’m going to dedicate to discipline and preparation. In an abundance of caution, however, I’m not going to call it a New Year’s Resolution.
The Bassmasters TV programs can help you plan your next big fishing trip.
The other day I was thinking about years past and something that happened to me when I was just a young buck.
This week was a little different. Terry Segraves and I went flats fishing for redfish and speckled trout on Mosquito Lagoon in Florida. I was surprised by what I learned. It was more like bass fishing than I thought, but it was also different.