When I think about fishing during the month of November, the first thing that comes to mind is the fog.
Trends work on cycles. The 80s have come and gone, then kinda came and went again; sideburns, mohawks, big hair, dyed hair, skater hair, all of it has trendy worth within a context. One thing that has not really made it back since its heyday in the mid 1800s, is the neck beard.
After every tough day of fishing the Delta I usually question my decision as to why I choose to fish there over other local bodies of water.
The Falcons won the second straight MUST title by edging Neil Hafley in a three-game thriller - 25-18, 18-25, 15-12.
The last time I went night fishing it wasn't completely dark, and I wasn't completely fishing.
Duck season opens this weekend, and this is the time of year where anglers have to be extra careful when venturing into the many flooded islands found throughout the Delta. I've learned over the years that it's easier to just leave certain areas to the hunters.
I didn't say a word for seven hours Saturday.
In sports, athletes eventually experience some sort of burnout.
East Union high freshman Jordan Kron has invested a lot of time in the game of baseball. Now, Kron is about to experience some of the return as he earned a spot on USA Baseball's 14-and-under 18-man roster.
After six Starbursts and half a bottle of Mountain Dew, I remembered why I entertain sweets about as often as I visit the dentist.
Recently, I was asked to explain the differences between a reaction bait and a rip bait.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - The inaugural year for the NASCAR Rookie of the Year Award presented by Jostens saw rookies collect 53 feature wins.
WALNUT CREEK - Cal State Stanislaus forward Lisa Garcia has been named the Wilson/California Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Soccer Player of the Week for Sept. 28 - Oct. 4, it was announced on Tuesday.
BERKELEY - The San Francisco Fire burst onto the National Pro Grid League scene on Thursday night, defeating the road weary Philadelphia Founders.
Daniel Morales saved his best for when there was no time left on the clock.
The Ripon Knights varsity used a running-back-by-committee approach to put up three first-half scores on the way to a 43-13 win over the El Capitan Gauchos on Saturday at Ripon Christian High School in Trans-Valley Youth Football League action.