July 5, 2014 - Finished 3rd in the NNY Bassmasters Federated Club tournment on the St. Lawrence River with 18.38 lbs anchored by a 4.65 lb smallmouth.
St. Lawrence River slob smallmouth. 7.48 lb smallmouth bass caught dropshotting with a hand poured worm, voss weight and gamakatsu hook
St. Lawrence River
August 16-17, 2014
NY B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation CTC
August 9, 2014
NNY Bassmasters Team Trail
August 2, 2014
NNY Bassmasters II Fed Club
Xzone Lures have been kind enough to add me to their pro staff team. Folks we are talking about a company that makes great products that I believe in. Please check them out. You won't be disappointed. www.xzonelures.com
Working the Nitro Boats Booth at the Elite Series Evan Williams Bourbon Showdown - St. Lawrence River with my team trail partner Robert Paradis & the owners of Wright's Marina - Morristown, NY
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Check out your March issue of B.A.S.S. Times Magazine. Turn to pg. 66 and you can see my big smallmouth and read a little bit about the catch! Drop Shot Beauty!
Live bait fishermen have been using a dropshot style rig for years but this style of fishing is a critical tool for any tournament angler to master for artificial bait use as well. There isn't another presentation style I use that is more efficient, versatile, and exciting to fish! While I use a variety of baits based on situation I personally use Voss weights exclusively in my dropshot presentation for their dependability and great style options.
I will be volunteering at the NY B.A.S.S. Take A Soldier Fishing Event on Oneida lake April 26, 2014 - I should be a great day on the water thanking the men & women who protect us! WEBLINK