Bill Lowen has fished the Bassmaster Elite Series for nine years, qualifying for the Bassmaster Classic seven times.
In a way, it’s a little sad that my break is coming to an end, but we have some nice family traditions.
There’s no standing still in fishing. You either move forward or you slip backwards.
It’s time to address a handful of questions from my Facebook fans. I’m really impressed with how my fans are constantly seeking to improve their fishing knowledge and understanding, so it’s my pleasure to share as much instruction and detail as I can. Here’s a sampling of the questions I get through Facebook: Q: What’s the best way to get a hooked fish out of thick pond grass?
It may sound crazy, but my biggest motivation going into 2015 is my grandmother and making her proud.
There are two reasons why I like cold fronts so much. One is about the fishing and other is about the mental side of competition.
You know how you look forward to something for a long time; you plan it, dream about it and go over the scenarios in your mind? Well, anyone who knows me knows that one of the high points of my off-season is the time I spend hunting in Kansas. They also know that I carry some pretty big expectations with me when I head north out of Oklahoma. Well, I made the trip last week, got my Kansas deer and made it home safely. The weather was pretty nice and everything went smoothly, but… The truth is that I’m a little disappointed.
Truck caps and LED lights go hand in hand- and today they made it official. The two companies will work together to enhance both their products.
Everyone who knows me knows how much I enjoy deer hunting. After a long fishing season is over, this is my vacation. It’s my time to rest up and clear my mind so I’m ready to go for next year. But this isn’t all about me. Sure, I definitely look forward to my trips to Kansas where I’m looking for my next trophy, but back home, I just can’t tell you how much I enjoy hunting with my daughters.
As professional anglers we travel thousands of miles on highways each year and hundreds of hours on the water. As a result we’ve developed some things that we do on a regular basis that helps to keep us safe. I want to take this week to share a few of them with you.