Giving, thanks, takes no holiday, giving, thanks is supposed to be a daily event, a daily thought.
Don Barone finds more than smallmouth while spending a cold day fishing on the Connecticut River.
His name is, Alex Wetherell. And this Open Letter is for him. And all those like Alex, who are on their way.
It is the first day of practice and all around us trucks are pulling anglers out of the water and into their assigned parking spot. Boat #47, with Brian in it, floats in a bay, waiting.
I think it’s perfect this worldwide event is in Monroe, La., and in my now eight years of doing this gig, think this event would be a perfect fit in hundreds of small and big towns in America.
Elite angler Mark Davis tells Don Barone that he will be treated Monday for skin cancer on his lower lip.
db talks to Bobby and Chris Lane and discovers they are not what he thought.
Half the field has to catch the fish of their lives to save their entire 2015 season. That my friends, is a fishing tournament unlike all other fishing shindigs.
Eight weeks of competition, thousands and thousands of miles of travel, hundreds and hundreds of hours of practice, casting, too many times to count.