In country music, bass fishing has been a topical mainstay for years, alongside heartache, cold beer and a good time.
Last week we talked in generalities about my frog success. This week we’ll look at how I developed my pattern and the lessons we can learn from it.
After Oneida disaster, Scalish gets some ego back by putting clients on fish.
It’s been a whirlwind week that began with me shooting the biggest deer of my life followed by a trip to Missouri where I’ve been working with Tracker Marine and Bass Pro Shops in Missouri.
Well, there was something that I really had to bite my tongue on last week because it wasn’t quite ready: I was in a country music video, and it was a blast!
Let’s talk about the tournament. Oneida was good to me. I missed the cut by 2 ounces. More importantly, after some self-analysis — much of it through this column — I’m making better decisions.
Will gamefish spawn on a suspended, artificial platform? That’s the question the New Mexico B.A.S.S. Federation Nation is attempting to answer with a helping hand from the Kids of the Southwest B.A.S.S. Youth Club.
On any given work day, B.A.S.S. Conservation Director Noreen Clough won’t be in her office. She’s far more likely to be in, say, a Washington, D.C., meeting, or in Minnesota discovering bass anglers’ concerns.
Being late to find cover from a lightning storm probably the most scared I have ever been in my life.