You have to be a good businessman with a long-term plan; never get ahead of yourself and put your family or career in jeopardy by doing too much too quickly.
One of the most popular questions I get asked is, “How can I become a bass pro?” There’s not a simple answer nor do I believe my way the only way, but I have advice on how to make that happen.
“I never could get the hang of how to use a baitcaster,” one man said. “How do you make it look so easy?”
I’m no different than most of you when it comes to outdoors shows. I love attending, although I’m usually there to give seminars or make public appearances. Admittedly, the travel becomes a headache, but I always get excited when I’m on the show floor.
As we head into January, I wish everyone a safe, happy and prosperous New Year!
I hope everyone enjoyed Christmas holidays as much as I did.
Strike King and I have been working together on four new baits for 2013, and three of them could be real factors in the Classic.
The pre-Christmas period is a good time to give your boat attention before winter sets in.
Several Bassmaster Classic qualifiers are headed to Grand Lake this week before the off-limits period, but I decided to stay home. Practicing works for a lot of guys, especially those who have never been there. I tend to shy away from visiting these lakes too far ahead of the tournament. I’ve fished Grand many times, so I know it pretty well. But it makes sense for guys like my nephew, Jonathon, who has never seen the lake and will benefit from getting a look at what’s there.
KVD's tips to Black Friday shopping.