July is a really exciting month for me. I’m not out on the water fishing but I am doing fishing related stuff. That’s an important part of my job. I like to think of my career as a labor of love, with as much emphasis on labor as on love. In a few days I’ll be appearing at the Tennessee Valley Hunting & Fishing Expo in Huntsville, Alabama. I’m really looking forward to doing it. One reason has nothing to do with fishing. I get to meet and talk with Jep and Jessica Robertson from Duck Dynasty. How cool is that?
Basketball is an important part of life for the Howell family. Even though we live in Alabama now, Robin and I grew up in North Carolina, where a lot of people live and die with their team, whether it be Duke, the Tarheels, Wake Forest or NC State.
Break out your calculator! It's time to figure out just what it's going to take to make it to the 2015 Bassmaster Classic through the Elite Series.
They say the beard makes the man. How do our Elite Series pros stack up in the battle of the whiskers?
Conny Jenkins, one of the first women to enter into the world of professional bass fishing, died Friday, June 27, at the age of 60. Jenkins, of Knob Noster, Mo., fished competitively with her husband, Wallace, for 23 years. Throughout the early 1990s she was on the leading edge of professional female anglers.
We held our second event on China Lake, ME on 06/28/14. We had 54 boats come from 3 different states and Canada. China is an awesome fishery, #23 on Bassmaster.com's Top 100 Lakes 2014.
Those of you who read this column regularly know that I’m big on education. It’s my firm belief that if you stop learning — at anything — you’ll slip backwards.
After a year of hard work, the National Championship is still on the horizon. Full steam ahead towards the title.
BoatUS reminds boaters to exercise extra caution on this popular holiday.