It's been a busy week here at home; we've mainly been getting things done around the house. The kids have been extremely busy with school.
It wasn't easy, but a Texas fisherman catches a 16.17 pound bass.
Bassmaster Magazine readers submit their lunkers for publication in the April 2010 issue.
Day 1 of the Duel in the Delta is over, and it was a tough bite. It was that way all through practice, so I knew it could be a tough event.
One of the misconceptions I hear a lot in my seminars is that finesse fishing is limited to light lines, whippy spinning rods and tiny 3-inch baits. It's something you generally do in deeper water when nothing else works, and all you can expect to do is catch small bass.
In this article, read stories of travel, changes in the Delta and gloomy weather alternating with breakthroughs of sunshine that color the setting of Day One of the Duel on the Delta in Stockton, California.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of the newest additions to the Lunker Club from March 2010.
Well, I just got back from Falcon Lake. I went down to pick up the motor home for the upcoming Elite season.
My boat — which was supposed to be wrapped and ready for me to pick up Monday — is still in the shop. When I got there, they had printed one of the logos in a terribly wrong color.