This will be my last column about the Delaware River. Before I put it to bed, however, I want to say thanks to the people who made that win possible.
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.
Greg Hackney shares his wisdom on when to reach for the jig versus the Texas rig, and vice-versa.
Even with the cushion of a 12-pound lead, Chris Lane plans to work just as hard on the final day, admitting "anything can happen" on a big-fish factory like the St. John's River.
OK, the first three days of practice for the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro are in the bag. Practice was an interesting experience.
Rich Howes has been a busy man since winning the 2013 Southern Open #1.
I’m writing this on Friday so I can spend next week and the week after with Becky and the kids. Right now I’m down on Guntersville trying to get ready for the Classic.
Virginia pro Chris Daves bucked conventional wisdom, claiming the first day lead with over 17 pounds of smallmouth bass.
I’ll tell you what, the Mississippi River is full of bass. Almost every angler caught fish all day long up there.
It’s been a wild week so far. We’re in Virginia getting ready for the Open. All it’s done for the past two or three days around here is rain.