After attending a speaking event with Randy last night and hearing several people comment how much they have enjoyed reading my past blogs, I was reminded that it was past due for another one. You might wonder, why has Robin not written in a while? It is the off season for the fishing industry. I began thinking that most people probably think that now that the fishing tournament season is over until the Classic, that most of the fishing guys and their families are taking a breather and relaxing some. I don’t speak for everyone in this blog, but I have a feeling
Brett Preuett of the University of Louisiana at Monroe received the truck and boat he earned this past summer at that B.A.S.S. Nation Championship in November.
You know how you look forward to something for a long time; you plan it, dream about it and go over the scenarios in your mind? Well, anyone who knows me knows that one of the high points of my off-season is the time I spend hunting in Kansas. They also know that I carry some pretty big expectations with me when I head north out of Oklahoma. Well, I made the trip last week, got my Kansas deer and made it home safely. The weather was pretty nice and everything went smoothly, but… The truth is that I’m a little disappointed.
2014 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Greg Hackney was filming an upcoming episode on crappie fishing on Lake Sam Rayburn last week when he landed a solid 9-pound largemouth. But Hackney never actually hooked the lunker bass.
ULM's Brett Preuett will travel and compete in the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic in style.
Cahartt College Series 2015 Bassmaster Classic qualifier Brett Preuett shows off his new Toyota Tundra and Nitro Z8.
Elite Series angler Hank Cherry loves fishing the carp pay lake tournaments that are so popular in North and South Carolina, but practically unknown in the other 48 states.
It sounds strange coming from the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series Rookie of the Year, but Hank Cherry enjoys catching carp more than any other fish species, as long as the carp are swimming in a "pay lake" in his home state of North Carolina.
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