Susan and I had as fine a time as we’ve ever had babysitting our 7-month-old granddaughter Ruth Anne Shifflette while our daughter Laura and her husband Eddie attended an out of town wedding last weekend.
Decisions, decisions, decisions. That’s what tournament bass fishing is all about.
Four generations of Bowen’s enjoyed a fishing trip to Kerr Lake last weekend.
I write this week’s column at around 38,000 feet in the air while returning from a business trip to the Dominican Republic, which is on the island of Hispaniola southeast of Cuba.
While I didn't go fishing last weekend, we did have a lot of fun at home.
After spending a week fishing in California, it was great to be back home on Kerr Lake last weekend fishing in the FLW BFL tournament.
Last week I stated that I was typing my column on a phone while driving down a mountain road in Northern California.
I'm writing this on a telephone while driving down the western slope of the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in California. This has been the most amazing trip with Mel Toponce. I've had the best time catching giant fish all over Northern California.
Based on last weekend’s tournament results, fishing reports I’ve received, and my own experience, largemouth bass fishing on Kerr Lake is hot right now.
12-year-old fisherman Nathaniel Moss competed in the Virginia TBF Eastern District Youth State Qualifier bass tournament on Kerr Lake (formerly known as Buggs Island Lake) on March 15.