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In this video, watch an inspirational profile of FLW pro Clay Dyer.  If you have ever had the opportunity to met Clay, like at this years WOW at Jordan, then you know what I'm talking about.  Its a touching close up of a person that makes no excuses and makes everyone realize hard work and drive has no limitations.
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In this episode, Orso Swimbait Co. founder Dave Roberson and I decide to avoid the duck hunters by moving to Jordan Lake.   The action stays hot and produces a fish Jordan Lake is famous for, a eleven pound plus bass.
Three friends hit Lake Toho for some shiner fishing in this out take episode.  Eagle Claw's Marty Riddle and Chris Elliott join me for some fun fishing away from the tournament grind. 
View the original promo for Carolina Outdoors "Life On Tour 2008" webcast video.  See some of the past feature journal highlights and the vision for 2008.
"Swimbaits."  Just the word provokes some excitement.  You want excitment, then watch this short video of swimbaits in action.  The action is quick and the names are well known even as the "Big Bait Posse".
"Bass Fishing."  What is it, or better yet, what is tournament bass fishing.  Its a sport that has no hoop, no goal, or no endzone.  And it has no boundaries, no time outs and no do overs.  This short video give alittle perspective to the sport we all love.
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"Redneck Pro."  In this video, we see a funny spoof of professional bass fishing.  It centers around a redneck type pro who looks familiarly similar to one of NC's own.  Anyone who fishes tournaments can appreciate this one.  There is appearances by Rick Clunn and other pros.  
"Never Give Up."  We associate that now with having been said by Ike in bass fishing.  In reality, it goes beyond Ike and the fishing realm.  Coach V made that inspirational statement many years ago, before his battle with cancer ended his life.
In this episode, Orso Swimbait Co. founder Dave Roberson and I decide to avoid the duck hunters by moving to Jordan Lake.   The action stays hot and produces a fish Jordan Lake is famous for, a eleven pound plus bass.
In this episode, watch as FLW pro Michael Murphy takes a hook to the face.  Warning, its not pleasant to watch, and its very painful to see how he gets the hook out.  Its happend to us all, but still, not for all to view.