Just recently added a new sponsor to the list! These unique top water "walk the dog" type baits set themselves apart from the rest of the best on the market. "Fishing technology has been brought to a new level. The difference is in the "Boing" sound that a "Boing Lure" generates."
In the sport of fishing, you quickly realize that you can't always win or be near the top. My last three years, I've been fortunate enough to have incredible tournament seasons. This year, that hasn't been the case. I would have liked to finished up my college career with a strong year but things didn't work out according to plan. I had the mindset of "go big or go home" and that's what I went for. I swung for the fences in every tournament hoping for just one last win before I graduated. My last college tournament I had a respectable 12th place finish on Kentucky Lake and was able to walk away with my head held high, knowing that I gave it my all and that it just wasn't my time to win again just yet.
It's getting that time of year again! We've had a surprisingly warm spring and It's got everyone including myself ready to start up a new year of fishing! I'm looking forward to getting back out on the water and planning to have another great year and promoting my sponsors the best I can.
Boat U.S. Anglers Weigh To Win program is back for the 2012 season, which means more incentives and money to be earned! Be sure to follow the link to their website for all the details on how to sign up for the 2012 season!! http://www.boatus.com/Angler/tournament_incentives.asp
Fishing with confidence is a huge part in being successful when tournament fishing. Being confident in what you're doing causes you to stay focused, and fish to your greatest potential.
A few recent wins should be more than enough to keep Eastern Kentucky University ranked #1 in the nation. Everything seems to be going our way, and now we are looking forward to our regional on Lake Kinkaid in Illinois.
Finally home from a dissapointing finish at Lake Lewisville in Lewisville Texas, but on the bright side partner Jonas Ertel and myself were able to get big fish for the tournament which landed us a cool $1000 and two new Abu Garcia Revo SX's along with rods. Now we are looking ahead to a couple of tournaments that we won last year and are prepared to have another strong run towards the top of the leaderboard.
Tyler Moberly and Jonas Ertel of Eastern Kentucky University looked at a map of Brewer Lake for about 10 seconds Friday night. They had just been told it’s where they’d fish for the College Bass National Championship and this was their first look at the body of water.
“Where would you go?” Ertel asked Moberly. Moberly pointed to a spot offshore. Ertel smiled, “That’s exactly what I was thinking.”
College angling experienced explosive growth the last two years with full divisional trails, college rivalries and even scholarships to college for highly recruited anglers. In fact we believe a lot of the next superstars in professional bass fishing are already in college circuits. Just like at the professional levels, some of the same names keep showing up regardless of the tournament circuit. One of those names is Tyler Moberly.
Tournament fishing is unlike any other competitive sport in the world. Period. The number of uncontrolled variables in professional fishing far exceeds the variables found in other sports. Therefore when a bass pro consistently performs at a high level against so many dynamic challenges – when they are on their ‘A’ game – it warrants a closer look. As a fan and writer of the sport of professional bass fishing, I’m fascinated with what makes the best pros the best pros. At today’s top levels of tournament competition, pros have access to all of the best equipment money can buy. What intrigues me, however, are the intangibles – the visceral, the things beyond boats, motors, line and lures. This is what separates the best from the best. When you go beyond luck to the core of a champion. > see full story