I would have never guessed that I’d see a Bassmaster Classic on Oklahoma’s Grand Lake. It blew me away when I saw the B.A.S.S. announcement that the 2013 Classic will be held there.
The weather may be mild where you live, but it snowed in Michigan this week. Today’s cold weather gear allows us to do that. It keeps us warm without sacrificing comfort or mobility.
After seeing the Alabama Rig, I’m thinking about rigging it similarly but with three Caffeine Shads.
I’ve spent this week at the Texas Toyota Bass Classic on Lake Conroe, Texas, where some of the top anglers in the country have come together for a common cause. Sure, it’s a tournament, but it raises a lot of money for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for important conservation and youth projects.
It’s been a nasty week here in Michigan – cold rain and wind – the kind of weather that keeps most people indoors, but the kind that makes me wish I was fishing.
It’s been another whirlwind week for me. I was the honoree and guest speaker for the March of Dimes “Signature Chef Auction” held in Kalamazoo. Together we raised nearly $100,000 which will be put to great use.
There’s nothing more exciting than having a big bass blow up on a buzzbait and fall is when the bass are moving into the shallows to feed up.
It’s been a whirlwind week that began with me shooting the biggest deer of my life followed by a trip to Missouri where I’ve been working with Tracker Marine and Bass Pro Shops in Missouri.
I recently agreed to participate in an upcoming charity bass event that already has become a big thrill for me and my family.
New B.A.S.S. owners Don Logan and Jerry McKinnis got introduced to the good, the bad and the ugly —Michigan-style —this week.