When this week began, Andy Young was looking forward to getting back home to Minnesota and clocking into his regular job doing precision sheet-metal work. What transpired over the weekend at the Lake Amistad Bassmaster Central Open had started his head spinning.
"It'd gotten to the point where I didn't know what to think," he said. "For the last couple days I've been thinking about career changes and all kinds of stuff. I need to get back to my normal life so I can settle down a little."
The jovial 43-year-old's unlikely victory at the Open knocked his thought process a bit past the edge of reality and was giving him ideas about chucking everything and diving into a career as a full-time angler. By Monday, though, he'd come most of the way back to Earth. Read More