Late last week I spent a couple of days on Lake Erie with my friend, Hawg Head. We had our annual deep water bladebait contest.
It's not easy to wet a line in New York and New Jersey right now.
As someone who is proud to call New Jersey home, I see pictures of the shore areas and tears come to my eyes.
db spends some time with the Iaconellis over the holiday.
When the timber is everywhere, the fish aren’t relating to it like they do to a few stickups. Saying they’re on the wood is like saying they’re in the water. It’s of no help whatsoever.
It's no secret that Mike Iaconelli is praying he doesn't get a phone call from his wife, Becky, this week. They're expecting a baby that's already past due. Contingency plans have been made; if the phone call comes signaling Becky's in labor, Iaconelli's out of here.
There are a lot of nervous unknowns surrounding the start of Bassmaster Elite Series Toyota Trucks All-Star Week. For Mike Iaconelli, his thoughts are 832 miles away in Runnemede, N.J., where his beloved wife Becky could give birth to their second child at any hour.
The math worked in my favor. I claimed the last Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year slot for next year’s Bassmaster Classic. That’s a lot of weight off my shoulders.
Randy Howell's love-hate relationship with Oneida Lake improves with Day Two lead.
If Michael Iaconelli didn’t believe in magic before the Ramada Championship began, he sure sounded as if he did when the day was done.