My busy schedule begins now and will take me right into February's Bassmaster Classic.
Anglers who love hunting as much as I do will be impressed with the Tundra Sportsman. It's purely a conceptual vehicle (meaning it's not for sale at this time), but it demonstrates what you can do to a Tundra. You will see one at a Bass Pro Shops near you, as the vehicle will be displayed at several stores around the country this winter.
After a week of hanging out at home, spending a little time in the woods, getting ready for winter and taking the kids trick or treating, I'm back on the road. I flew to Las Vegas Monday for the SEMA Show to work with my vehicle sponsor, Toyota Trucks, who is rolling out a special exhibit there.
The booths at ICAST cover acres of the floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The BASS staff works tirelessly to cover the entire floor and give every one of the products their just due.
Last week was a wild one. We (Becky and I) went to Las Vegas and to ICAST for my sponsors and so we could enjoy a short vacation. This week was all about work, though.
2010 ICAST New Product Showcase brings the newest and best to center stage
Robert Montgomery, a senior writer for BASS publications for nearly 30 years, was presented the prestigious Homer Circle Fishing Communicator Award.
The Coke Zero 400 last weekend was an awesome experience. The longer I live, the more I appreciate the way we live in the USA. It's something we should all think about, all the time.
There was no prevalent trend, or theme, to the ICAST 2010 show, as in past years. However, the products are sure to wow you.
The postseason is over. I'm fairly happy with it. I moved up from 11th place to 4th place in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings. It's hard to complain about that. Now it's time to turn my attention to other things.