Born and raised in East Tennessee, I have been fishing for most of my life. I got my first boat at age 17 and enjoyed fishing out of it for several years. Everything changed for me in 2009. While on vacation, I went on a guided kayak tour. I had so much fun on that trip that I decided to buy a kayak when I got home and attempt to do some fishing from it. From the time I caught my first fish in the kayak, I was hooked. There just isn't a more fun way to catch them. The adrenaline rush you get when a big fish doubles your rod over and tries to take the side of your kayak with it is like no other. I ended up selling the boat a few years ago and haven't looked back. Now I spend my free time searching the Tennessee River for the biggest fish I can find from my kayak.

You can follow along on my adventures by subscribing to my YouTube channel. I have also been fortunate enough to be featured in In-fisherman Magazine and Catfish Now magazine. 

My Kayak
My kayak is a 2015 Hobie Outback. I keep my setup pretty simple. There are two rod holders in the front and two in the back that can be adjusted depending on what technique I am using. It has anchor trolleys on each side. I keep a plastic crate behind my seat for gear and rod storage.

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