I’m no different than most of you when it comes to outdoors shows. I love attending, although I’m usually there to give seminars or make public appearances. Admittedly, the travel becomes a headache, but I always get excited when I’m on the show floor.
The field for the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series is set. With 102 top professional anglers from 25 states and Japan, the lineup is the strongest ever and the largest since 2008.
Two Michigan teens now advance to next summer's Northern Divisional.
With all due respect to the great fishing in the South, there is nothing I like better than fishing for smallmouth in Michigan this time of year.
If you look over the Pro Results of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open at Cayuga Lake, you’ll see my name at the very bottom of the list. It’s followed by a string of zeros. The reason for those donuts is that I was disqualified the night before the tournament started.
Let me tell you right now that Lake St. Clair is the best smallmouth fishery on the planet. I’m amazed at how the lake gets better each year.
After competing as a pro angler in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open at Michigan’s Detroit River, I could use some help. I know many of you are very capable anglers, and I’d appreciate your input.
There’s a happening among professional anglers called tournament hangover. It’s what happens after the first cut when you wake up and realize that the tournament didn’t go your way. All the anticipation is over. Reality has arrived. You feel awful, tired, stiff and cranky.
Oklahoma angler looks forward to a home lake advantage at the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.
The collapse of the auto industry in Detroit was devastating to the economy. Brian Metry found himself among the masses without work. But like many here, the Motor City area resident tapped into his resilience to find a way to survive.