With a month of planning, he better bring something good!
I still prefer the no prior knowledge type format.
I think it actually puts more pressure on you if you know in advance especially on Fork in May.I mean if you blank on a strange lake you have a good excuse but if you blank on Fork in May Casey will not cut you any slack.Evan,I know this sounds easy on Fork but I wouldn't want to be you.Good luck man!!
I never refer to Fork as being 'easy.' I've had some great days out there in the last year, but I've been humbled by it my fair share of times as well in that same time frame... It's always an adventure and when it pays off.. it just feels that much better. When you do get humbled, it just makes you want to get back out there at sunrise the next morning to figure out where you went wrong and get your redemption.
From what I've seen.. I really think that is the relationship many people who have an experience with Fork.
But, Ronnie, if it makes you feel better I'll go ahead and volunteer for another one down the road.
Unless I zero... then I'll have to sell the boat and log out with my tail in between my legs.