Louisiana’s Samuel Anthony couldn’t hold onto the BASS Central Divisional lead during the BASS Federation Nation National Championship that wound up yesterday on Florida’s Harris Chain of Lakes. Anthony led the division after the second day, but had fallen less than 3 pounds behind Texas’ Bryan Schmidt when the scales settled. […]
This month, most Louisiana outdoorsmen are deer and duck hunting, so the amount of fishing pressure on all the waterways has been reduced drastically. […]
Although the summer days are loosely labeled as lazy here in LouisianAlthough the summer days are loosely labeled as lazy here in Louisiana, November is actually the best month to be a lazy bass angler at Lake D’Arbonne.a, November is actually the best month to be a lazy bass angler at Lake D’Arbonne. […]
I climbed into Capt. Frank Lawson’s Champion bay boat fully expecting to catch redfish. The fact that he was tying on three bass lures only made me think that he would be showing me how to use bass tactics to catch redfish. […]
One of my platoon sergeants when I was in the Army stood maybe 5 1/2 feet tall after putting on his boots. At first glance, there wasn’t much to this fellow, a Fiat on a freeway full of Ford trucks.
However, it didn’t take me long to learn that there was more to this man than met the eye after he picked me up from my initial processing into my new assignment at Baumholder, Germany.
Little dog syndrome, little man syndrome — whatever you want to call it, my new boss for two years had it. Whatever he was lacking in size, he tried to cover up by physically asserting his presence, and he was good at it. […]
It may look like you’ve snagged a piece of debris, or maybe you forgot to reset your bait after the last strike, but the truth about wacky rigs is undeniable — these seemingly random arrangements catch fish when many other lures fail to impress picky bass. […]
The entire fishing world will have its eyes focused on the Red River near Shreveport in February for the 2009 Bassmaster Classic. The best bass fishermen of 2008 will compete for the $1/2-million first prize and plenty more trickle-down money. […]
Figuring he had it tied on to fool anybody who happened to be sneaking around in his camouflaged Triton aluminum boat, I half expected Eddie Halbrook to clip off the blue/white tail-spinner that was tied to the line on the rod that he handed to me. […]
Perhaps Rodney Dangerfield didn’t get any respect because he acted in a way that wasn’t deserving of respect. As most anybody in a leadership position will tell you, respect has to be earned rather than demanded. […]