On the way home from a tourney last week on the Potomac River, I received a panicked call from my wife, Susan, that our boat dock had disappeared from the shore at our Kerr Lake house.
Fishing was good last weekend on the Potomac River, but the food was even better.
Last Saturday, things started out looking good in the Bass Fishing League tournament I competed in on Kerr Lake. Then, it ended up being just another decent tournament finish with no money in my pocket.
With my boat in the shop having a new engine installed, Susan and I spent the long weekend catching up on house and yard work at our small place on Kerr Lake.
Memorial Day weekend is a time for reflection and remembrance of those military women and men who gave the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms we enjoy every day.
First of all, let me get this over with: I only weighed one small fish in last weekend’s Bass Fishing League tournament on Kerr Lake.
Susan and I had a decent finish in the Pamunkey Bass Anglers Club tournament on Kerr Lake last Saturday.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central N.C. held its annual bass fishing tournament on Kerr Lake, welcoming 56 participants to the event that launched from the Nutbush facility last Sunday morning around 6:30 a.m.
Fishing was great this week on James River while I was practicing for the FLW Rayovac (formerly the Everstart, but change of batteries this year) bass tournament scheduled for May 1-3.
Each year, state and Virginia middle and high schools near Kerr Lake are invited to participate in an Ecology Meet, an eight-station competition that tests youths’ minds on various aspects of the environment.