Tournament Fishing

Lake Gaston VA Elite 70 Classic: Changing Conditions Prove Tough

October 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

I stepped out the door of Room 208 of the Lake Gaston Inn into a scene from Arthur Doyle’s 1902, “The Hound of the Baskervilles”. The fog filled the air with less than ten feet of visibility, and I imagined Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes discussing an attempted murder at the hands of a [...]

Bassmaster Elite Series Potomac River Preview

August 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

With only two events remaining on the Bassmaster Elite Series trail, it has become crunch time for professionals just outside the cut, eager to qualify for the most prestigious tournament in professional bass fishing. The season has been unusual in many ways as B.A.S.S. attempts to increase its [...]

Fishing: The Reel Life Pokemon Go

July 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

The world has been hypnotized the past few weeks with the release of every 90s kid’s favorite trading card game, Pokémon. Niantic, the creator of the original series and app, has taken Nintendo out of what has been a failing company over the past few years to a period of rejuvenation. The app [...]

Unforeseen Circumstances on the Potomac: VA Elite 70 Event 4

June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

As I sit and write, I feel a sense of relief to not be fishing my next event until August 27th. Momentum can play a huge roll in competitive fishing, and momentum isn’t always used to define positive progression. The roughest season of my career has stolen some of my confidence, and I am hoping [...]

Fishing With Daves: FLW BFL Series on the Chickahominy River

June 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

No matter how long you have participated in the sport of bass fishing, no matter how much time you put into prepping tackle and practice, sometimes the outcome is less than spectacular. In my blogs this year, I have put a lot of emphasis on maintaining a positive attitude, and believe me when I say [...]

VA Elite 70 Event 3: Kerr Lake

June 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Kerr Lake ’15 Having Friday, May 20th off from work, I witnessed a much different perspective than I normally experience traveling to events, quickly getting off from work and showing up to the hotel room quite late and feeling stress from the rush. Alternatively, I was able to check-in [...]

Professional Motivation

April 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

The first few B.A.S.S. Elite Series tournaments this year have left a multitude of articles and conversations across the bass fishing community, providing new life to the sport of competitive bass fishing. Expressed in my previous blog a few weeks back, Edwin Evers come from behind victory in jaw [...]

BassMaster Classic Recap: A Tale of Technology and Comebacks

March 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Former Classic winner and Elite Series competitor Davy Hite was the first to interview Edwin Evers prior to the Day 3 weigh-in. When asked what he had in the livewell, Evers expressed that he didn’t see how his five fish could weigh any less than 25 pounds. As Evers explained, “it feels great [...]

A Jersey To Be Proud Of

February 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

It’s worthwhile every now and again to stop and reminisce on how far things have come. Too often have I focused on what sometimes seems like unrealistic expectations, and often I am left disappointed. Life at times can become so busy that day-to-day reflection is placed on the bottom of the “To [...]

A New Season: Part 2

February 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

With each counting day, we move a little closer to tournament season. For those who missed last week’s first of a three part series, I began to express some of my goals for the 2016 season, focusing directly on practice/tournament ambitions. Believe it or not, an angler’s on the water presence [...]
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