If you’re going to get better in this sport you have to practice.
Several years ago I fished a tournament out of Guntersville and was really impressed with what I saw.
Florida is a great training ground for a bass angler. I definitely helped to shape my skills and understanding of the sport.
This week we’ll talk a little about culling by fish choice and by bait selection. That’s what I did on Smith Lake last week, and it worked pretty well for me.
Chris Lane talks about a lake he knows well and what it will take to win the last Southern Open of 2012.
According to Bassmaster Classic champ Chris Lane, right now — today — is when you should be fishing the mats.
The best the sport has to offer will be fishing at Toyota Trucks All-Star Week.
I can remember it like it was yesterday. I was working as a salesman in Florida at the time, and it was an ordinary day as far as I knew at the time.
I’ll tell you what, now’s the time to go fishing. Isaac is over but the cool and freshwater he dumped into many of our rivers and lakes has really turned the fish on. This is the beginning of the fall feeding frenzy.
I want to say congratulations to everyone. Boyd Duckett, the winner on Oneida, the 2013 Bassmaster Classic qualifiers and the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series Rookie of the year, Brandon Card, all did one heck of a job this year. But, in truth, this week is all about Brent Chapman, the 2012 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year.