After suffering two weeks with pain in his right leg, Mike Iaconelli had successful surgery Monday night to remove blood pooling in his calf.
July is a really exciting month for me. I’m not out on the water fishing but I am doing fishing related stuff. That’s an important part of my job. I like to think of my career as a labor of love, with as much emphasis on labor as on love. In a few days I’ll be appearing at the Tennessee Valley Hunting & Fishing Expo in Huntsville, Alabama. I’m really looking forward to doing it. One reason has nothing to do with fishing. I get to meet and talk with Jep and Jessica Robertson from Duck Dynasty. How cool is that?
Wheeler Lake used to be the place to go when you wanted lots of action with 12- to 15-inch bass. Now it’s also producing the heavyweights.
The Alabama Bass Trail received the state’s Tourism Partnership Award on Aug. 19 at a ceremony in Huntsville hosted by the Alabama Department of Tourism.
Wheeler Lake, one of the 11 featured lakes of the Alabama Bass Trail, is Alabama’s second largest lake and features an abundant bass population.
I sat there and watched him eat popcorn. Watched the Hubble Telescope slide across his glasses from left to right, watched various images from deep space start as little dots on his lens, and as the dots grew on the IMAX screen, I saw the galaxies create shadows on his face.