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Author Topic: [NEWS]East to West  (Read 1028 times)

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[NEWS]East to West
« on: February 19, 2015, 05:30:05 PM »

East to West

As a tournament angler, I realize that a primary aspect of my job is to be able to catch fish anywhere, in all types of fisheries, under a variety of conditions.

Throughout my life, I've been fortunate to experience fishing in almost all regions of the country - from California to Connecticut, from Alaska to Florida, and everywhere in between. That's not to say I've mastered every region. Most of my experience on the water has come in the Southeast, which is where I went to college at the University of Central Florida and competed in FLW College Fishing.

While it's true that I grew up in northern California, when I was a kid I didn't have a boat and there always seemed to be schoolwork or something else going on to keep me occupied. Consequently, I didn't spend a lot of time fishing in the West, and that's one of my biggest regrets.

The West harbors some of the most diverse, challenging and exciting fisheries in the country, and it's known to have been the birthplace for some of the most effective fishing styles and baits in the sport.

Now that I'm out of school, I have a new opportunity to learn what the Golden State - and the surrounding states - has to offer. I recently moved from Florida back to California, and I'm competing against the hammers who fish the Western Division of the Rayovac FLW Series.

I recently took part in the first stop of the Western Division on Lake Havasu, where I finished in 66th place. It seems that the fishing lessons in my "new" home are already beginning.
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