I can summarize things by saying that this is Classic number 15 for me and I’ve never had a practice this bad. Seriously, this is the worse one ever. It’s bad. There are no two ways around it.
One thing I’ve learned over the years is that you have to fish the moment. The guys who win tournaments do that.
The 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic is my first priority. At the same time, though, I have to pay attention to the gear I’ll need once the Elite Series starts. I won’t be going home for a while so I’ll need to take most of what I’ll need with me.
OK folks, I’m really excited about our new project. It’s called Ike Live! What we’re going to do is take our fan interaction to a new level.
There’s probably no tournament in recent memory that will tell us as much about the importance, or lack thereof, of local knowledge as this year’s GEICO Bassmaster Classic.
One interesting thing about the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic is that there won’t be one main pattern that dominates.
The Geico Bassmaster Classic will be here in just a few short weeks, and this one is going to be special.
I’m writing this on Friday so I can spend next week and the week after with Becky and the kids. Right now I’m down on Guntersville trying to get ready for the Classic.
Now is the time of year when we all start thinking about next year and all the fish we intend to catch.
This week I want to go into some detail about how I selected my trainer and why I think it’s so important to do something like that right.