I began the 21-hour journey home on Monday after a three-and-half week tour around the country doing promotions, working with media and competing in the Toyota Texas Bass Classic held last weekend on Lake Conroe.
Some of the best lessons you learn in fishing come when you don't catch many fish.
Ish Monroe explains how modern electronics have simplified the elements of location.
After the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open tournament only two will qualify for the 2011 Classic.
Last week's travel took me to a Texas ranch outside of Dallas where I met with Strike King personnel and media people for a few days of product testing, story interviews, photo sessions and some great bass fishing. Other pros in our group were Greg Hackney, my nephew Jonathon VanDam, Mark Menendez, James Niggemeyer and Mark Davis.
I get to do something really cool on Monday. I'm going to be addressing a group of Cub Scouts. I love getting to engage children in small groups like this, especially boys who love the outdoors.
Well, so much for the "slow" offseason. It's time for me to get back to work with my other duties as a full-time bass pro. I rose before daylight one day last week, waited to see the kids off to school, jumped into my Toyota Tundra and began my three and a half week journey to Missouri and Texas.
The Bassmaster Lunker Club is a collection of photos submitted by members. This album features photos that were received from September to October 2010.
This BASS reporter's rundown of all the activity in this fall's tournaments.
The opening of dove season was a blast (excuse the pun)!I'd like to say that I got my limit in 15 shots, but that wasn't the case this year.