People ask me which is most important, big fish or a limit. Any big fish is important, but it’s better to have five.
Things are tightening up in the AOY race, and there are only two tournaments left to go. It's getting interesting!
The fishing's a little tough, but that's put into perspective by the devastation I saw throughout the South this week.
I just spent the morning talking with fourth and fifth grade boys enrolled in the “Boys on the Move” program at Alamo Elementary School near my home.
As a kid, it was a huge thrill for me to meet the guys that I'd read about in Bassmaster Magazine or saw on TV for the first time — guys that I would later compete against on the tournament trail.
I'm sitting here at Toledo Bend working on tackle as I dictate this, but I can't get my mind off being home.
It's been awhile since I got off to such a horrible start, and I'm not happy about it.But that's what is so humbling about this sport. Your success can turn on a dime.
I love fishing the Tennessee River system; it's been very good to me over the years. What will make it interesting is the water is down several feet, which will make it fish like a new lake.
The past two weeks were good for me. I left Florida with two top 12 finishes, only a few points behind in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of Year.
My success in Florida has been spotty throughout my career, although I did win at Toho a few years ago. So, to kick the season off with a Top 10 was critical for me.