Ten years ago, our lives were forever changed. I remember 9/11 just like it was yesterday. Every time I think about it, I realize just how short life really is. Life is shorter for some people, and longer for others. We cannot change that. That’s just how life is. What we can change, however, is how we live life. Life is a gift. I appreciate every day, and want to make the most of each day that God has given me. I believe that God has a plan, and we all have a purpose.
See how the top 12 pros and cos fared on the final day of the Central Open.
Biffle runs away with Central Open as co-angler Smiley goes from fifth to first.
Catch some of fishing's finest guys and girls as they prepare to weigh in.
Biffle gets win on Arkansas River but won’t punch Classic ticket after missing first Central Open.
Photographer James Overstreet caught up with leader Tommy Biffle on the third day of competition in the Central Open.
Check out images from the Day Three launch of the 2011 Bass Pro Shops Central Open 2.
Tommy Biffle is no stranger to big leads, but he’s also seen the bad side of being too confident on the final day of a tournament.
Finding unpressured fish gives Tommy Biffle a 9-pound, 15-ounce lead going into final day of Central Open.
Check out images from the 2011 Junior Bassmaster Mid-Atlantic Divisional held on Sylvan Lake.