Nothing extraordinary happened at Smith Mountain except that I finished in 52nd place and had the weekend off. That's not my idea of a good time. I want to be exhausted on Sunday night, not well rested.
This week we'll talk about three things you can do that'll help you catch more bass. For the time being we're going to ignore specific techniques and detailed instructions on how to fish a particular lure. Instead, we'll concentrate on an educational plan.
Our downtime is over. We had a wonderful vacation wandering around out West taking in the sights and resting our heads and bodies. But that was then and this is now. It's time to get serious about going back to work.
Clear Lake is history. I didn't do as well there as I did on the Delta. Nevertheless, I'm leaving California in pretty good shape; a heck of a lot better than the last time we were there.
I'm on my way to Clear Lake, and do I ever feel great. I didn't win on the Delta but I did have a strong tournament; fourth place. Most importantly I redeemed myself from my mediocre performance the last time we were here. That was my goal.
I've spent the last three days trying to put together something for this tournament. It's colder than I thought it would be so that's changed my strategy somewhat.
The 2010 Bassmaster Classic is history. There are some lessons from it that we, as bass anglers, can learn and that'll help us in the future.
Hey guys, sometimes it comes together for you and sometimes it doesn't. This year I came up a little short. Nevertheless, I'm proud to have fished the 2010 Bassmaster Classic.
I'm telling you, today was tough. I had five keeper bites all day; five, and one of them shook lose! You don't win the Bassmaster Classic with five bites, at least not the five I had.
OK guys, here's the way it shook out today. I started off fishing Plan A. That was the power fishing pattern that I developed as a backup pattern on Wednesday