October 2014

The Future of Tournament Angling: A Novice’s Perspective

October 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

The tournament season has come and gone in what seems like the time it takes to make the first cast on tournament day. Successes and failures behind us, anglers across the nation begin the tedious process of 2015 event scheduling, an opportunity to daydream in a child-like glee of optimism and [...]

The Culprit Incredi-Craw

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Introducing the Culprit Incredi-Craw Confidence, as discussed last week, is a mental state that can make champions out of average Joe’s, increase visual and mental acuity, and even be detrimental if taken too far. It cannot be seen other than in execution, often leading to a momentum [...]

Change is a Good Thing

October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The season just ended and I am already dreaming about 2015 It’s been a couple weeks since the regional event on the James River and life has left little time for reflection; There have had plenty of distractions to help heal the wounds of a rough event. Moving into the new apartment has meant [...]

Season Wrap-Up

October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

All loaded up to travel with the faithful German Shorthair Pointer Madison To say that the last couple weeks have been hectic would be like saying that because you caught fish pre-fishing for a tournament guarantees hook-sets on tournament day. I have been from Northern Virginia to Richmond, back [...]

Goal Setting

October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Set Realistic Goals and slowly build momentum. Goals are a topic that I feel are far overlooked in all walks of life. Too often we get caught up on running off of momentum and in many cases this can cause incredible anxiety. I too have felt a sense of stagnation at times this year as I look ahead [...]