He goes on to make an analogy of Chipper Jones having a bad game and how everyone knows Chipper is alright but mentally needs to shake it off and come out if it. He further rambles on about how everyone can have a bad game...even Chipper...but its how you come out of it that speaks of your character.
For the love of me I have no frigging clue who this bass clown is nor do I know what a Chipper Jones is. I can't even begin to comprehend why any loving parent would label their offspring Chipper... but I certainly can relate to being in a funk and having a bad game...
No doubt this has been a tough winter season on the west side but I can't seem to be able to keep what few opportunities I have come across buttoned. I have managed to keep my confidence up and still hit the water with some fortitude but It literally felt like I took one on the button earlier in the day when I blew my 4th and final Steelhead of the weekend.
When the river is fishing this tough you cannot drop the ball on those rare opportunities. Perhaps I should look this Chipper Jones guy up for some motivation...nope F@ck him and that nobody bass guy! lol! I have been here before and I'll be here again... I'll shake it off...It's all part of the program.