Busting Them at the Big O

Posted by stephen on March 12, 2017


I’m back at home after two Elite events and the first Bassmaster Central Open of the season.  Overall, I feel pretty good about our start on the Elites.  We were able to get some great points at Okeechobee and not have a total bomb at Cherokee.  Table Rock was a grind of an event and after a tough day one I was able to come back a little on day two there as well.

Preseason Preparations for the 2017 Season

Posted by stephen on January 24, 2017

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We’re getting that much closer to kicking off another Elite Series season.  With the Cherokee Lake event only a couple weeks away, I’ve been working hard to get everything in order to take on 2017.  I just got in the new Triton on the 13th and got it in to have it and the truck wrapped.  All of the new tackle and Raymarine units have been trickling in and the packing and rigging has begun.

Thanksgiving and Trophy Trout Fishing

Posted by stephen on November 26, 2016

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I want to start off by saying that I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.  We are spending our weekend in Northern Arkansas for Beau’s birthday this Monday.  There is a trophy trout stream below Norfork Lake that is only open to fish if you are under sixteen, so Beau wanted to take full advantage while he still can.  We went last year and he managed some really nice fish on 2 8 weight fly rod which is quite the fight on the light rod.  It’s been a busy week thus far, but we’re happy to be able to spend some time together up here around Norfork.


Atchafalya and Red River Recap

Posted by stephen on November 8, 2016

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These past two months have been the busiest I can remember; I had five events in that time span to close out the 2016 season.  Since then, I’ve been kind of winding it down.  I got to watch a great World Series and now I’m in Kansas for my annual deer hunt.  Before we know it, it’ll be Thanksgiving, Christmas, and a new fishing season.


A Chance to Do Something Special on the Red

Posted by stephen on September 28, 2016


We’re just about ready to kick off the second Bassmaster Central Open at the Red River tomorrow and that means a couple things; the first is having the chance for a back to back to back win on the Red.  This river system has been very good to me in the past and I feel like I have a chance to do well every time we come here.  The other story for this week is the opportunity to make the Classic.  With the Elite Season over and two Central Opens left we are still very much alive in the hunt for a Classic berth and what better place to start than the Red.