Eight weeks of competition, thousands and thousands of miles of travel, hundreds and hundreds of hours of practice, casting, too many times to count.
Don Barone can map his musical soul to four physical places on this planet...and Detroit is one of them.
A column about crisis of the heart, the soul, the inner core of what makes us human out here, and out where you live as well.
One of the best things about living with the Elite guys during the season is that they let me look over their shoulders, trust me I know more about fishing than you think I know.
Don Barone talks to his good friend Kevin Short about Kevin's decision to retire from the Elite Series after the remaining events in 2015.
One man, in one Open’s bass boat has changed the lives of 300,000 people.
Barone talks to his close friend Shaw Grigsby about his utter disappointment at how this tournament turned out.
Edwin Evers talks to Barone about fishing with a man who just lost his son.
This city boy will take from this tournament the wonder of just looking straight up and seeing nothing, no buildings, no wires, no smog, seeing only what Monet saw, when he closed his eyes.