There may be five weeks between the last Bassmaster Elite event and the next one on the Mississippi River at LaCrosse, Wis., but I’m staying busy.
This spring season has been one of yo-yoing water levels, a factor that’s been most challenging for touring pros.
If you followed last week’s West Point Lake Battle, you noticed topwater lures got a lot of play. That’s because West Point set up perfect for the surface lure bite.
There’s a big difference between the West Point Lake we fished two years ago and the one we’re fishing today. It’s tough out there; really tough.
The nasty, nationwide weather is making a change for the better and bass fishing is about to go crazy.
Thursday’s cancellation gave me another day to contemplate how I’m going to catch bass here at Bull Shoals over the next few days.
After a relaxing family vacation in Florida, I’m back on the road and preparing for Bull Shoals while working with a couple of my sponsors.
I think the nation is fixin’ to burst into a heckuva spring fishing season. Why? Because most of the country is starting to thaw out.
I’ve been fishing pro events for 23 years; I’ve gained a lot of experience and seen a lot of things happen on the water. But despite countless hours of fishing, I still come away with a wealth of knowledge after every tournament.
We’ve hit some tough fishing here on the Sabine River in Orange, Texas.