As you read this, I’m on Lake Guntersville trying to stuff my livewell with big bass with hopes of making a run at my fifth Bassmaster Classic title.
As I drove to Birmingham yesterday, I was thinking about this Classic and the potential it has to being the greatest of them all.
I spent this week organizing my new Nitro while a nearby heater in my Michigan garage reminded me it’s still winter.
Guntersville will be a great venue for on the water spectators at the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic.
A lot of people don’t realize how much time a pro angler works with sponsors in research and development.
It’s that time of year when I get my tackle organized for the upcoming season.
We’ve just experienced the coldest and snowiest week of winter that I’ve seen since I was a teenager.
As snow pummels those of us around the Midwest, it brings to mind some of my experiences fishing tournaments in snowstorms.
The fabled Christmas song “All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth” hit home at the VanDam’s this week.
Most of the nation is in an ice box, and that means it’s ice fishing season here in Michigan.