Last time we talked about some things we can’t control. This week we need to talk about what we can control.
The top five things in this week's Daily Limit
One man, in one Open’s bass boat has changed the lives of 300,000 people.
There is a natural pool of advertisers that could put money into our sport that, as of right now, remains largely untapped.
Bassmaster Elite Series 2014 Rookie of the Year Jacob Powroznik is built like a powerful nose tackle, but after fast realizing St. Lawrence smallmouth perform more like upward blazing wide receivers, he placed an urgent call to Quantum for a shipment of faster spinning reels.
I think that’s important for all fishermen – try new products and see what fits your style of fishing.
Isaac Payne wanted to learn how to build lures, so he went to the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he created the school's fishing team — as well as his own lures.
There’s an old adage in the fishing tackle sales: You don’t have to catch fish, you just have to catch the fisherman. That couldn’t be more outdated.
You don’t hear so much about worms these days. I suppose that’s because they’re somewhat old-school.
Nothing is more rewarding than to have someone tell me they had their best day of fishing using a lure or rod and reel I helped design.