The time finally came recently when I had to say goodbye to my special classic winning Triton boat. I wanted to give an update on the boat giveaway now that it’s all over and say THANKS again to everyone who donated to Kings Home.
After attending a speaking event with Randy last night and hearing several people comment how much they have enjoyed reading my past blogs, I was reminded that it was past due for another one. You might wonder, why has Robin not written in a while? It is the off season for the fishing industry. I began thinking that most people probably think that now that the fishing tournament season is over until the Classic, that most of the fishing guys and their families are taking a breather and relaxing some. I don’t speak for everyone in this blog, but I have a feeling
While most people relax, this is the time of year when I'm truly busy.
This has been a special year for the Howell family with the Bassmaster Classic win and all the great opportunities it’s provided. It has really given us a greater platform to tell others about Kings Home and all of the teenagers, kids and women with children that they serve. These are all people that have been abandoned, abused or neglected in the past and now they have been given HOPE at Kings Home. As you know, we have been blessed to represent them and help them raise funds by giving away my Triton/Mercury package 3 years in a row now!
Different format and quickie tournament keeps anglers on their toes.
Weather fronts are common in early fall, but you shouldn’t let them discourage you from fishing. The changing weather is a signal to bass that cooler weather is coming and sets up some phenomenal fishing.
South Carolina Elite Series pro Andy Montgomery claimed victory by sacking three solid limits that totaled 37 pounds, 10 ounces.
GoPro cameras are everywhere, and I'm finding ways to use them to our advantage.
Sam Lashlee and partner Phillip Arrington dominated the no entry fee, $5,000 first place, 3rd Annual Toyota Bonus Bucks Owners tournament with a winning weight of 24 pounds 15 ounces.
Like many Bassmaster Elite Series pros, Todd Faircloth had never been on Cayuga Lake prior to the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite held there. "All I knew was it had grass in it," he said.