Well, we were home just long enough to unpack, do the laundry then repack. Now it's time to hit the road again. Preparation this time is a little bit more in-depth.
This is the story about one tournament pro just trying to leave town to go and do his job. Sometimes stuff happens.
How about that young man from my neighborhood! He gave a darn good accounting of himself last week. I, for one, couldn't be happier about it.
Eddie Levin, 19, is one of a growing number of young adults who are making the transition from the Junior Bassmaster program to the adult competitive ranks.
Junior Bassmasters from the same club won both age divisions of the North Carolina B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Youth Championship.
Trevor Ladner, 17, of Necaise and Mason McDill, 14, of Petal didn’t know they would share more than a boat when they launched to compete in the Mississippi Junior State Championship Tournament on Flint Creek Water Park.
A new twist to the high school fishing movement was introduced by the LaPigstickers club on the Black River Lake Complex.
For the first time in the 10-year history of the Ron Ward Memorial Scholarship, the Champaign-Urbana (IL) Bass Club has awarded two scholarships in the same year to fisheries sciences graduate students.
Last time we covered a new statistic that I call Daily Catch Ratio (or DCR). I listed the best and worst anglers from the Elite Series for Day One and Day Two. Now let's take a look at who slipped the most from Day One to Day Two of the 2010 Elite Series season.
After Fletcher Shryock's big win, he intends to practice and practice some more.