When I scanned the lakes on the 2012 Elite Series schedule announced this week, it didn’t make me go, “wow.” I have to give the new B.A.S.S. owners credit; the lakes aren’t fabulous but the timing is superb.
My family had a great weekend mingling with other fishermen and NASCAR drivers at Michigan International Speedway.
Saltwater fishing may seem totally unrelated to bass fishing, but both types of anglers can learn from each other.
Sometimes it’s fun to do something a little off the beaten path, and that’s exactly what I did this week.
Watching a Bassmaster event from the media’s perspective was a fascinating experience.
I’m not going to try to kid anyone; it hurts. I’ve got a lot of history on the Alabama River, and was looking forward to competing in this unique, one-on-one format.
I just finished my first day of practice on Lake Jordan. And let me say, I liked what I saw.
If you love new products – and what bass fisherman doesn’t – you’re going to love what you see from ICAST.
It’s good to be home for awhile after a wild season. The fact that I won another Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of Year title still hasn’t sank in.
The last two weeks have been about as stressful as any period I’ve experienced during my professional fishing career.