Putting things back together so that I can fish the rest of the season has been a real chore. I didn’t know I had that much stuff in my boat.
The fishing life is definitely a different “normal” than what most people experience. Randy and I don’t have 8 to 5 jobs, and our kids don’t have a normal school year.
With tournament season in full swing, fishing tackle burglaries are on the rise as well but just a few simple measures can go a long way in preventing theft.
There's nothing quite like time on the water to make you a better fisherman, but you need to make the most of what you have.
When the Kirchman Foundation and the fishing tackle industry get together, everyone wins -- especially young people.
Waking up to a fire in your boat is no fun. What happened to me on Thursday morning of last week is something I’m still trying to wrap my head around.
Still more questions than answers about the fire that destroyed Chris Lane's boat.
As we near the season break for Memorial Day holiday, my thoughts will shift to the upcoming ICAST tackle show where a lot of cool, new stuff is coming.
Steve Bowman tails the Elite Series pros as they take on Lake Dardanelle on Day 1 of competition.
“It’s real diverse, Dardanelle has something for everybody,” says VanDam. “It’s got a lot of different types of habitat, featuring tons of shallow water situations, all the way to deep cranking, and river current too.”