Florida's over. It's time to get serious about the rest of the season, and the Alabama Charge on Pickwick Lake is the place to start doing it.
I spent all day Tuesday and Wednesday marking bed fish. I didn't even think about trying to develop something else.
The St. Johns River event is over. I can't tell you how happy it makes me to say that. My problems started the first day of practice.
Sometimes a guy has to face the facts — Florida bass fishing is not my strong suit. I don't know why, but I've never done very well on Florida waters.
Hi! It's me, Becky. I'm going to fill in for Mike this week. Classic week was tough on me. I really wanted to be there, but I couldn't travel that far with our baby, Vegas, or at least that's what the doctor said.
It's been about a week now since the Classic has been over. I have a few more thoughts about it that I'd like to share.
It was the same thing all over again — including no big fish in my livewell. Call it Groundhog Day.
Today was a little different. I caught 18 pounds, 9 ounces. It was enough to validate my strategy and my choice of spots.
OK guys, by now you know the results from yesterday, the first day of competition. I had about as good a day as a guy can ask for in this business except that I didn't catch big enough bass.
Here's the deal: I'm really pumped up about this Classic. I can't say I've ever felt this way.