A few weeks ago, when I took a side trip to JTodd Tucker’s hometown I knew it would be special.
I knew this story was coming, the story of the return of Mark Menendez to the Elites, his taking to the water in competition following the passing of his beloved wife.
Hey, just want to bring you a couple quick updates on two stories I did towards the end of the Elites season last year.
This year, when Don Barone gets within a 100 miles or so of an Elite angler's residence, he's going to swing by their hometown and visit.
When I needed love the most, came out of the blue to me, three love stories.
Toast to times when all things were possible, all dreams probable, all goals reachable.
db meets the faces behind a college bass fishing team.
The human condition is a journey we all take, and it is the stories of those journeys that we learn about each other, and ourselves.
You, my friend, are the champion of a sport that belongs to thousands of people, be gentle with your championship, be gentle with their sport.
No one saw me. I hope. It was about 10:30 a.m. Saturday morning, I was walking around the bowels of the Classic arena, stopped in the dot-com room, stopped in the Media Room, went to the bathroom several times, then, then… …I pushed back some heavy black curtains and stepped out onto the floor of the 2015 Bassmaster Classic in Greenville, S.C.