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Too Little, Too Late

August 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tournament fishing can be a strange thing. Often, the gut says one thing, while in reality the fish have completely different plans. Thus is the case of last weekend’s VA Elite 70 event on the Potomac River. Multiple weeks of rain had left the fish in limbo, as well as our understanding of [...]

Allen Luck Fishing 2017 Preview

January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s difficult to know where to begin after taking so much time away from writing. The fishing withdrawals fail only to the writers block that develops over an extended time. Since my last entry, I relocated to the chaotic lifestyle of Alexandria, Virginia, and began working for the American [...]

Word on the Water: It’s No Longer Just About the Right Line

August 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Fishing is a constantly evolving sport just like every other aspect of modern society. In the past few years especially, technology seems to be progressing at an ever-alarming rate. Whether it be the addition of the four stroke engine, power poles, advanced trolling motors and 3D chart mapping, the [...]