Fishing has always been a part of my life. As a child, I remember pushing my two-man bass boat on skateboards over a mile to the closest lake. My passion for fishing led me to become a professional fisherman in the offshore, deep sea, sailfish scene, as well as freshwater bass fishing. I have been fortunate to travel the world, learning from the best captains and anglers in the game. I would love to share some tricks-of-the-trade I've picked up along the way. 

Bass Fishing

The competitiveness of tournament bass fishing is what I'm drawn to. You find out quickly what kind of fisherman you are when it's you against 200 other top anglers. Everything rides on your decisions and strategy. The feeling you get when you can beat those guys is incredible. Learning to become a good bass angler takes years of hard work and patience. You have to be able to adapt to changes, and willing to always learn and employ new tactics. You must trust in your equipment and have confidence in your decision making skills.

Gear

  • BOAT: Big O

  • MOTOR: Mercury 250 Pro XS

  • ELECTRONICS: 2 Garmin 7610

  • BATTERIES: Interstate

  • ROD: Heroic

  • REEL: Shimano

  • LURE: 6th Sense

  • EYEWEAR: Oakley PRIZM

Offshore Fishing

A few of my biggest accomplishments have been in offshore fishing. Being part of a top sailfish team and winning tournaments is an awesome experience. I have been very fortunate to be on some of the best teams in the world. The Vitamin Sea Too and Get Lit fishing teams have taught me everything i know about offshore fishing. I love the challenge of catching large billfish on stand-up gear. I also enjoy catching and eating many of the species I catch - including Mahi-Mahi, Wahoo, and Tuna.

Gear

  • BOAT: 33 Conch

  • MOTOR: Mercury Verado 400R

  • ELECTRONICS: Garmin

  • BATTERIES: Interstate 31-AGM7

  • RODS: Custom

  • REELS: Shimano

  • LINE: Suffix

  • EYEWEAR: Oakley PRIZM