As I sit here having my coffee and watch the orange glow on the horizon slowly emerge over a frozen and very white landscape, my mind is still in awe of what transpired over the last three days in the bass fishing world.
Considering I've been on the road for two weeks, I clearly haven't been on the water enough,which sucks! Here I am, in the madness of boats being shuffled, man lifts, vacuuming and handcarts plowing through piles of boxes. Yes—it’s the last day of set up for the Classic.
When it comes to fishing however, I know that technology not only helps you catch more fish and be more efficient, but it can save your bacon.
If you've ever eaten fried, baked, broiled or grilled grunt fillets you most certainly asked for seconds. I know I have.Serve them side by side with mangrove snapper and a lot of folks will not be able to distinguish.
In any sport, there are certain weeks of the year where there is that proverbial “buzz in the air” (or via Social Media now) that people greatly look forward to. In the bass-fishing world, that week is upon us…the Bassmaster Classic is set to kick off this Friday, February 21.
I’m a gear guru, I won’t deny it! I love testing new products out and expanding my experience into new items that seem like they may reshape the industry. Rods and reels are no exception. In today’s rapidly advancing technological age, there are rods for every application and reels to suit. I like that!
This is by far one of the greatest boat shows you could attended! I have been working this show for the last 5 years and people come from all over the world, either as a vendor or a consumer. I'll be here till Friday working for Avid Sportswear—they’re a sportswear company geared towards the Florida lifestyle
An old timer told me when I was just getting serious with my fishing that, “You can either be the guy that makes the reports, or the guy that reads them.” He was of course referring to the anglers that blaze their own trial and do what it takes to catch them or those that attempt to take the easy route.
Fishing’s supposed be fun, but don’t let the sport’s inherently relaxed nature catch you ill-prepared to capitalize on the occasional moments of opportunity.
Despite the second Polar Vortex we faced in Minnesota two weeks ago and a substantial snow event, the Minneapolis Boat Show went on and people came out, some were just out to do something other than stay in their homes, but many attended with a purpose.