The layoff between tournaments has given me a chance to spend time with family and friends before I head to ICAST 2013.
It’s Mayfly magic time for most of the country and it’s in full swing here in Michigan.
It’s amazing how different the conditions are here on the Mississippi River than they were the same time a year ago.
Now that we’ve put another successful Bass Pro Shops KVD Charity Classic with the Detroit Lions behind us, it’s time to focus on the next item of business – the Diet Mountain Dew Mississippi Rumble presented by Power-Pole!
Tackle organization is something I take very seriously and so should you. I put a great deal of emphasis on being efficient when I’m on the water, and keeping my lures and terminal gear well organized is a huge part of that. I want to know where everything is and systematically positioned so I spend very little time looking for a lure or item and getting my bait back into the water.
There’s a weather phenomenon going on throughout the country that can affect your success on the water.
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.