Kentucky Lake was a dismal event for me. Some representatives from Bethel University were at the weigh-in with their new athletic recruits. The cool thing about it is that they are receiving scholarships to join the fishing team!
Since Skeet Reese embarked on his mission to claim the Bassmaster Toyota Tundra Angler of the Year title that he relinquished to Kevin VanDam last year, all eyes have been on the California Pro.
For the second straight tournament, Skeet Reese has missed the top-47 cut and, for the second straight tournament, Edwin Evers inches ever closer in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race.
It's Friday. This weekend I'll be hosting the KVD Big Bass Classic on Table Rock Lake. It's a part of the Oakley Big Bass Tour. I'll be at the Bass Pro Shop in Springfield during the registration on Saturday, and then I'll be heading toward Kentucky Lake for the Tennessee Triumph.
Finally, we're home. I never thought I'd appreciate my own bed as much as I did that first night. I don't even remember falling asleep. All that happened, as far as I know, is that I fell backward into the bed and woke up the next morning in my own bedroom. It was wonderful.
After a long weather delay the festivities surrounding the final day of the 2010 Central Open resume.
Jeff Kriet tells us when would be the right conditions to use a rig worm.
Kenyon Hill advises that it doesn't matter how many rods you have on hand, it all depends on your comfort zone.
Kenyon Hill's tips about paying attention to gulls as they dive for dinner can pay off with some quick action if you know how to respond. He recommends being ready for it when it happens.
Kenyon Hill believes that the kind of cover the fish is using will determine whether he uses soft or hard swimbait.