Thomas is a bass tournament angler from Texas with a serious passion for competition and weighing in the biggest sacks he can. He's been fishing his whole life and is always pushing himself to be the best angler that he can be. The thrill of the next 10 pounder keeps him on his boat with his rod in his hand chasing the next winning bag.
Ryan is an up and coming tournament angler from East Texas. He has been honing his bass fishing skills for 20 years on two of the best largemouth fisheries in the nation.
Residing one hour away from both the Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoirs, Ryan spends countless hours either fishing tournaments or preparing for them.
He also loves spending time with family and friends.
Follow him on Facebook as he gets ready for the upcoming tournament season.
Theresa has a true love of all things outdoors. If she’s not out fishing, she's talking about it.
Theresa grew up on a fishing river in Michigan and has been hooked for life.
Hoping to inspire women and moms to get into nature and to go fishing, she is always proudly supporting others who enjoy being on the water or out in the woods!
Lee Oliver was born and raised on Lake Guntersville in north Alabama.
Fishing as a kid with his dad and grandmama would eventually lead to a passion that he lives and breathes.
With a love of the outdoors, Lee Oliver can be found fishing anytime that the opportunity presents itself.
Damion is our friend from across the pond. Based in Cornwall, United Kingdom, he has been fishing since he was eight years old. With 37 years of experience and practice, Damion focuses on bass fishing, utilizing soft plastics, jigs, and other lures that are tried and true.
Though he is based in the UK, Damion frequents Florida several times a year to fish for the great largemouth bass that the Sunshine State has to offer.
As well as being an avid angler, Damion also writes for the U.K.’s Total Sea Fishing Magazine.
You can follow Damion on twitter @damionfryer1
You can like his Facebook page at facebook.com/Coastaltackleuk
You can also read his blog at damionfryerfishingblog.wordpress.com