Last week I mentioned the Thanksgiving tournament on Lake Cumberland. I didn’t do all that well but did I ever have a good time.
After a wonderful Thanksgiving with Becky’s parents and some of her family, we came back to the house to enjoy a little rest and relaxation before I have to start traveling again. That’s a simple enough plan, something I can handle. I didn’t count on yesterday, however.
I'm working Thanksgiving Day, but it'll be fun, and I'll be spending it with my family.
Thanksgiving is a time for reflection, a time to give thanks, and a time to catch some big ole brown fish. The three or four weeks surrounding Thanksgiving is when the smallmouth bass fishing gets really good in East Tennessee.
I was messing around the other day — fishing, of course — when I ran into a fellow who reminded me about the Sunday tournaments on a local lake near my house, Deer Creek Reservoir. I’d fished them a time or two in the past and had a good time so I thought why not.
I want to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving. Here in the United States it’s very easy to take some things for granted.
Just because almost everyone tells you need to fish deep doesn't mean you need to fish deep. Kevin Short is catching them shallow right now.
I’m home now getting ready for Thanksgiving and spending a week or so with the family. I love my job but a few days off isn’t a bad thing either, especially when you’ve had a busy year like I have.
In 2007, Alabama angler Boyd Duckett busted the myth that a Bassmaster Classic can't be won at home. So, thanks to Duckett, no one can hang that old "home-state curse" on 2011 Classic qualifier Greg Hackney of Gonzales, La.
I don't claim to be a Florida expert. At the same time, though, I have had as much or more success here than anywhere else I've ever fished, and I'm telling you Florida is a great place to thaw out this winter and catch some bass at the same time.