Tidal Fishing

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 [...]

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 [...]

BFL Series Event #3: Potomac River

May 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

It’s hard to believe how quickly this year’s BFL Season has reached the midway point. After getting off to a great start at Smith Mountain Lake, cashing a check with a 34th Place finish, things took a downturn with a zero on Lake Gaston where I broke off a 4+ pounder by the boat. Hoping to turn [...]