Hayden from Kannapolis, NC put the haymaker crankbait to work last Saturday at The Lake Norman Winter Trail Final. He brought this giant 5.76 Hog to weigh in. He cranked up this fat girl and took home a top 5 finish.
Greenfield, Indiana 1976.
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A cast through the air ending with a splash at the water's surface. Webster defines passion as a strong liking or desire for or devotion to some activity, object, or concept. At a early age, I loved the sport of fishing. It gives a sense of accomplishment in victory and humbles quickly on days of defeat. I like to say, "Your never as good as you think when you catch them nor as bad as you feel when you don't!" Life is also full of highs and lows. How a person balances the ups and downs defines your success. Maybe that is why people take pictures with their catch. It's a snap shot of achievement.
God gives each of us a gift or hidden talent. Those gifts make us unique in this world . Some would say he blessed me with the gift of art. I chose to use that talent, combined with my passion for fishing to create fishing lures. It doesn't sound like much when you read it on paper. However, I believe God blessed me with the ability to help others create memories to enjoy through my artwork. Knowing a customer could spend a day by the water with a loved one while fishing one of my designs is special. Feeling the strike as the rod bends down from the sky. The hook set as the sun hits your face. Enjoying the fight as you wipe off the sweat. The snap shot your loved one takes with their camera. And that smile, oh that smile! Yes that's my passion and I hope all of you see it in my artwork. I did my part making them, now the memory catching is up to you.
Tight lines Tater !