Randall Tharp, Port Saint Joe, Fla., holds up a bass for spectators following him on the second day of the Bassmaster Classic, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, in Guntersville, Ala. Tharp was bumped from first to second by 1 ounce by Edwin Evers, Talala, Okla. The field will be cut to the top 25 anglers for the final day of competition. (AP Photo/Hal Yeager)
You know, I offer some tips, techniques and even advice on how to handle situations that may come up when you’re out on the lake. You would think that I’d have enough vision and smarts to use my own advice when situations come up, but no, I guess I can be pretty stubborn and ignore that advice.
I practiced extremely hard for the first tournament of the year. We were fishing a chain of lakes that had some very clear areas, and some that had very dingy water that you could barely see into. Because it’s a time of year for spawning bass, I opted for the clear lakes to spend my time practicing.
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