Most of us think about New York City when someone mentions New York. That’s the natural thing to do. But that’s not all there is to this wonderful state. Much of it is rural and isolated, a paradise for hunters and anglers.
A story of how bass fishing brings together people from around the world and all walks of life...
Louisiana has plenty to crow about this month with the Feb. 24-26 Bassmaster Classic in Shreveport-Bossier City and the season premiere of Swamp People on History Channel.
I'm working Thanksgiving Day, but it'll be fun, and I'll be spending it with my family.
While driving at a snail's pace, and resisting every temptation to override my self-imposed governor, I began to daydream of a nice squirrel or rabbit dinner. Then, just like manna from heaven, the woman in front of me hubcapped a squirrel that was running across the road.
Remember me telling you that I spent a couple of days in New York City recently? Well, here's my first story for you.
Have you been bass fishing, and while using a crankbait or a spinnerbait, had a fish come up behind the lure and strike it so softly that you barely felt it, then had him swim towards you, as you lost complete feel of the bait?
Spent the week in New York City. Yes you heard that right. You're buddy Jerry in New York City.
I woke up this past Saturday morning, and I turned the TV on to Fox News like I always do without even thinking that it was September 11. I'll never forget sitting there with my kids, watching those planes fly into those building