BFL Tournament Recap: Smith Mountain Lake ’16

March 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

FLW College Series Win on SML ’11 Whereas the majority of last week experienced a warming trend with bass staging shallow in anticipation of spawning, the weekend ended up dropping in temperatures pulling many of the bass off the banks until the weather stabilized. When tournament day rolled [...]

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 [...]

Memories From The Starting Block

March 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

The past six or seven years have flown by faster than a bass boat out of take-off on the first event of the season. The early winter months especially play a huge role in the life of a bass angler. I can recall sitting in my sophomore dorm room with the Hampden-Sydney College Anglers co-founder [...]

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 3

February 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

The past two weeks we have discussed the art of obtaining sponsorships, health, and on the water experience. In order to become a well-rounded angler on and off the water, I believe just as much time must be spent on how you present yourself to others. First opinions are critical! In order to do [...]

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 [...]

A New Season: Part 1

January 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Bass fishing is a game of constant adaptation. As with all sports, those who are best at assessing the situation will surely rise to the top. There is no magic formula to success, but there is one thing for certain: those who achieve greatness never settle. Beginning in January, show season takes [...]

The World of Podcasting

January 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Let‘s face it, despite having a mild winter through New Years, January has taken a turn for what is considered more traditional seasonal conditions. By now, most of us have winterized our boats and stored away most of our tackle. This includes removing old line from the end of tournament season, [...]

An Angler’s Wish List

December 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

With Christmas a little over a week away, the gift scramble is on. Like all hobbies, the deeper one gets, the more specific the participants needs become. In terms of the gift giver, it can sometimes seem like an impossible endeavor trying to get your loved ones exactly what they want. Have no [...]

A Time For Reflection

December 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hot weather is unusual around this time of the year, not to mention a few rough years for Virginia’s deer populations due to disease and over harvesting are a few reasons the hunting has been tough. I reach my randomly hat drawn stand and climb the wooden rungs wearing nothing but my spring [...]
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