The last Elite Series tournament on Douglas Lake opened a lot of anglers’ eyes to the effectiveness of cranking deep.
While taking a short break between Elite tournaments, my wife Sherry and I have been busy working on the Detroit Lions/Kevin VanDam Charity Bass Tournament coming up in June.
Except for a handful of guys who busted big bags on Day One, Douglas Lake has left me and a lot of others scratching our heads.
As frustrating as the TroKar Quest on Bull Shoals was for me, I learned some valuable lessons. I really thought I’d do a lot better but I got caught in the “pre-conceived notion” trap.
This week’s Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on Bull Shoals is the kind that tests your patience, your wit and your inner strength.
I’ve spent some enjoyable days bass fishing on Table Rock Lake the past week prior to heading to Bull Shoals for our next Bassmaster Elite event.
It’s not often that I get “vacation time” during the Elite Series season, but the schedule worked out well this year.
It’s good to be home for a few days after an enjoyable kick-off to the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series season in Florida.
It's easy to wish conditions were different, but far more productive to fish the conditions you're actually facing.
I didn’t get off to a great start on Day One (43rd place with 12 pounds, 12 ounces), but I’m hardly out of it. I’m around enough big fish to still make a run at this.