The good thing is that I didn’t put myself in a deep hole starting off this year like I did the last time we competed on the Sabine.
Come next week we’ll know if I was able to exact my revenge on the Sabine River.
It’ll be me against the Sabine River. I’ll give no quarter, and I’ll ask no quarter.
I didn’t lose any fish that I think I should have caught, I made pretty good decisions all three days and I stayed on my game plan even when things got tough.
Anyone of 10 or 12 guys could be hoisting the trophy tomorrow evening.
In practice, my quality was real good but the fish weren’t schooled up at all.
I have the equipment, the tackle and the clothing, along with the attitude, that it takes to handle stuff like this.
All right, we have our jerkbaits modified and ready to go. Let’s talk about how to get the most out of them.
After almost three winters experimenting, Ike has come to the conclusion that cold water jerkbaits fall into three categories.
One of the things I’ve been doing the past few winters is fishing with downsized swimbaits.