Many a word has been spouted (and often with a good degree of accuracy) with regard to practice and how important it is for improvement. And, as with most old sayings, they ring true.
My challenge for you in the coming year is to make a fishy (literally) resolution for the ensuing 365 days. I want you to make a promise that you will set aside some extra time to learn something new that will improve your bass fishing success.
I noticed several B.A.S.S. pros were arriving to pre-fish for the Bassmaster Classic. My memory was a mixture of envy and "Whew! I'm glad it's not me."
There wasn't a fish over 3 pounds, but rest assured the return to this lake to catch 'em made me feel good inside. Once again, it taught me the importance of trusting my intuition.
I recently spent several days testing a line of new products from Lowrance and I want to tell you about them.
Last month I attended the Grand Reopening of Bass Pro Shops in the Opry Mills Mall in Nashville, Tenn. The store was closed for four months due to floods on May 2, 2010.
Because I live in the mid-South, most often when I catch fish for the table, they're crappie. With that in mind, here are a couple of quick recipes for these great tasting fish.
I get a lot of correspondence from viewers, readers, etc. Recently, I got one from someone wanting me to address failure, and believe it or not, it's something I know a lot about.
Anglers can be more fickle than fish, often moving on to the next big thing. Anglers can be more fickle than fish, often moving on to the next big thing.
Falling water is nothing new druring this time of year for many anglers, and now is a good time for us to consider its effects on our fishing trips.