This time we're going to talk dock fishing, but not just any docks. We're going to concentrate on those that'll produce fish with a flipping and pitching technique during the hottest summer months.
This past week I got to spend some time over in east Texas on a private lake that I have a vested interest in; it was one of the lakes I grew up fishing.
Well, the talk that I gave at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center last week went really well. It was a lot of fun and I learned a bunch of good stuff. It was a different forum than I was expecting, too.
Every time you go fishing, you have a story of a huge one that got away. You remember those stories just as much as you remember the 9-pounder you caught.
Last night we saw the Texas Rangers stomp the Oakland Athletics 7-4 and retain their lead in the AL West. During the 7th inning stretch, six people in my section lined up and asked for my autograph right there in the ballpark.
I haven't been fishing since the season's been over, and I'm really feeling the need to get on the water. This may be the longest period I can remember that I haven't been fishing.
2010 photo gallery of Lunker Club submissions in July and August.
It's summertime on a Tennessee River impoundment, Kentucky Lake. We all know what that means. The little fish are shallow, the big fish are deep. That's good for some of us Elite Series anglers but not so good for others. I'm one of the not-so-good-for others.
The results from the final weigh-in at the 2010 Federation Nation Western Divisional.