Phillip Holloman, he's a city boy, but he's getting the hang of it now. Now that he's caught a couple fish, he likes fishing.
It gets real competitive, but it's a silent competitive.
You have to find a hobby, other than football. You have to have an escape. When I go out there, I forget what day of the week it is.
We have a good time, then we go and cook them. That's the best time right there.
We fished them out that day. That was fun.
I've been fishing ever since I could walk. Me and my dad go out all the time, go fishing. It's just something that I've always been doing.
Normally, anything that hits the line. It doesn't matter, whatever comes in. Most of the time, I love catfish. Most of them catch bass. I fish at the bottom of the lake so I catch a lot of catfish -- them heavy boys, I try to get them in there.
That's what we needed, the off week, to correct our mistakes. To go back and look and see what we messed up on, we can always improve because we had that (week) off.
Once I reel it in, I'm like 'I caught the first fish, I caught the biggest fish.' That's kind of how it went.
I killed them last time. I caught about 10, they caught about one.