You can feel the storm approaching Bull Shoals. But, for the moment,the Iaconellis and Chapmans enjoy the serene and beautiful White River with family.
For Randy Howell, being the leading pro in points has to do with keeping his priorities in order.
Did our family have a good time last Monday evening! Nicholas, Jackson and my nephew Steve fished a local tournament here with my old bass club. It's a typical Monday night event, about 3 1/2 hours long with most of the club members qualifying as regulars.
We're in Virginia, but not quite to Smith Mountain Lake yet. I like to get to tournaments a day or two early. I don't like starting practice while I'm exhausted from the drive unless I have to.
Day 1 of the Classic is over, and I've got to tell you, I'm disappointed. Honestly, 6-12 is not what I was on in practice.
This one's going to be short. I've been on the road for a few weeks, so I'm spending some time with my family and trying to do a little deer hunting.
The B.A.S.S. pros talk about the effect their families had on them learning how to fish.
The B.A.S.S. pros talk about how they balance work, fans and home life.
Before national fishing tournaments, an angler would spend most of his life fishing with a small group of buddies and they would all fish the same way. All of a sudden, national tournaments started pairing anglers from different states together.