Few things in life are as satisfying as making a major decision correctly. It creates a kind of inner peace that can’t be duplicated by anything else.
I spent a couple of days in Canada fishing Lake St. Clair last weekend getting ready for the next Northern Open. The venue’s officially listed as the Detroit River but I suspect most of the guys will fish the lake because of its huge smallmouth population.
I’ve been fishing my tail off for the past few weeks — four tournaments in four weeks — and traveling nonstop. To my surprise, and delight, the route from Richmond, Va., to La Crosse, Wis., took me right past my home of Grove City, Ohio.
As recreational boating ramps up for the summer holidays, here are a few tips to help you enjoy a peaceful day of fishing on your local waters.
I recently received a few questions that center on how I balance running a business and a professional fishing career.
I should have been more careful about what I said last week. After bragging about our great weather, things went downhill fast.
I’m back in Columbus. My plant manager is out so I’ve got to work at my “real” job. I sure wanted to stay in Florida, though. The fish are biting like crazy. Okeechobee just might be the hottest lake in our country right now.
I was more than a little surprised by what I found when pre-fishing Douglas Lake for the upcoming Southern Open.
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