Lure Parts Online

I just can’t leave well-enough alone.  And if you share my passion for catching bass then that’s a good thing for you.  I am a habitual tinkerer.  The premise is that there isn’t such a thing as a lure that cannot be improved.  Spinnerbaits are analyzed and often modified.  Jigs skirts are tied up in custom […]

Instructional trips now available

We’ve received a lot of inquiries about offering instructional fishing days.  These are different than your normal guide trips.  I love sharing information and tips that I have been taught and learned over the years and these instructional days are now available for that purpose. Before the trip we will have a phone call about […]

CastAway Rods

I am proud to announce that I have aligned with CastAway Rods beginning with the Bassmaster Classic.  I literally looked at every rod company in the market, compared price points to quality and found the best fit with CastAway.  I really feel like I can promote Castaway because the real fisherman out there can afford […]

Fischer is here!

Wow, what an amazing feeling!  William Fischer Lowen was born this morning and weighed in at 8-12.  Mom and big sister are doing great.  We are truly blessed to have two healthy children.  We’ve been preparing for his arrival for so long that I really don’t know what to do now. The Classic is coming […]

The weight is over…

Bassmaster just put up a very informative story we did on Reins Tungsten weights.  Big weights will always have their place in my tackle box.  I am very fortunate to work with the company that makes the best one on the market too.  Go with someone that knows how to use big weights sometime and […]

ICAST & Smoky Mountain Knives

ICAST was this past week. ICAST is short for the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades.  I was there working for IMA and Tight Lines. IMA introduced some new colors of the Square Bill crankbait and Tight Lines had some great new colors to show folks.  We always enjoy the opportunity to educate anglers on […]