Happy New Year Y'all!! Hope everyone enjoyed the holiday season and survived eating all those cookies, cakes, pies, candies, . . . oh wait, was that just me? Ha! We're back at it already, getting ready for another season of rod bendin' drag screamin' television and can't wait. This 2016 season has already started off on a great foot . . . we got two new episodes shot while we were in Brownsville, TX opening the newest Dick's Sporting Goods store there. In fact, Producerman Kevin and Sam were just in a music session with the Mogan Music Boys this week scoring the episodes. They said the session jammed! Can't wait to hear it and see what they put together.
In the meantime, we're airing AF on a new network right now as we speak - Mondays at 9 a.m. (ET), Thursdays at 3 p.m. (ET), and Saturdays at 7 p.m. (ET) on the Pursuit Channel. Make sure you check your local listings to find it in your area . . . here are a couple: DirectTV - Channel 604 / DISH - Channel 393 / Pursuit Channel on Roku. This week's episode is "Roosevelt Remix" where I catch the biggest snook of my life with Capt. Greg Snyder (on his birthday too)! Check it out.
We're getting our new Skeeter boats delivered right now too. I'll be in a couple new models than you've seen the past two years. This season I'll be in the new SX210 and the SX2250 as well as the SX240. I can't wait to show y'all the SX210. It's actually one of the smoothest, fastest and driest rides I've ever been in. Of course, we'll have 'em rigged up with Humminbird electronics, Minn Kota trolling motors and Talons, T-H Marine's accessories and Atlas jackplates . . . the other really cool feature is that Engel coolers come OEM on all Skeeter boats, so you'll always have something cold to drink while you spend hours on the water.
I've been keeping busy on my family's property over the past couple of months. I've been helping to bring a generations' old house and land back to it's original beauty and I've got to admit, I've been loving every minute of it. It's nice to get your hands dirty working the land, burning piles of rubble and settin' back to take in all your hard work. This land has been in my family for 4 generations and if these groves could talk, I bet they'd tell y'all some really good stories. I'm going to sit here for a bit and just listen.
Until next week . . . tight lines,