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.
I just spent a couple of days practicing for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic and filming a segment for Strike King’s TV show on Lake Guntersville.
There are several good ways to fish during the winter, but one of my favorite is old-school and somewhat of a lost art.
Spring may seem a long way off, but now is the time to start thinking about that trip to waters you’ve dreamed of fishing.
If you have aspirations to becoming a full-time bass pro, or simply want to become a better angler, there’s no better place to start your journey than with a local bass club.