It's not as if I'm a stranger to the field of fishing-related pratfalls by any stretch of the fishing line or imagination. My fishing mishaps and/or "misery" have been well documented.
Ken Duke gives his evaluation of how Skeet Reese fits in the ranks of the great anglers. Given some time explains Ken, Reese is young enough to make several more runs at AOY titles and Classic Championships to move into the ranks of the top 10 greatest bass anglers of all time.
A couple of years ago, at the end of my very last television show, The Fishin' Hole, I left everyone with three pieces of advice. Three things that would surely make a difference in their lives.
The Northern Open on the Detroit River was a disaster for me. I marked fish in practice, but when I went back during competition, I couldn't catch a thing.
In this article Deb tells what it is like to be the third in line when only two seats are available for a Classic seat; how for Bill Golightly, third is the charm as he makes his third attempt at a Bassmaster Classic berth; then she talks about how Clark Reehm has relocated to Lufkin, Texas and how for Bassmaster Elite Series pro Skeet Reese being a daddy puts life in perspective.
This time we're going to talk dock fishing, but not just any docks. We're going to concentrate on those that'll produce fish with a flipping and pitching technique during the hottest summer months.
Wisconsin Junior Bassmasters add 16.2 lbs. to help propel Wisconsin BFN State Team overwhelming victory at the BFN Northern Divisional.
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.
Go behind the scenes at the second 2010 Bassmaster Northern Open.
This album features the anglers as they weigh-in their day three catches at the 2010 Northern Open #2.