Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve shared a little about employing the use of video to help with a bowler’s practice regiment and more specifically, about observing how a bowler sets up prior to his delivery.
Well it’s that time of year again when all the anglers are wondering what they are going to get for Christmas while others are wondering what to get their anglers for Christmas.
Last week’s column focused on the benefits of using video as a way to “practice” without even visiting the local lanes.
When I am fishing up in the creeks like I have been lately I love to stop and fish docks.
Working at Albemarle Lanes, (Is it really work if you love doing it?) I hear people mention occasionally their personal need for more practice.
This holiday weekend we have a lot to be thankful for but one of the biggest reasons is the bull red fishing at the beach right now.
I began working part time in Albemarle Lanes around 1988 when then owner, Doug Wilcox, asked if I’d like to work with him on Saturday nights.
This time of year the hardest part about fishing is getting a day to go out without the wind blowing but if you get lucky and you do get out it can be a very rewarding day.
Son, Husband, Dad, Coach, proud Air Force Veteran; these are just a few titles local bowler Marve Goff has held during his 81 years on this planet.
When the weather turns colder the stripers begin to come to the forefront of fishing here in the Albemarle area.