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BRAD STOKES – Brad remembers fishing as a child in Canada. His Aunt Lilly would take him to the St. Clair River at the front of her house and they would sit together for hours fishing. He started fishing when he was 4 years old. He continued to fish through out his life in both Canada and the United States. Brad moved to Florida in 1975 and began his hunt for the big bass. He has caught many ten pounders. His goal is to catch the Florida State record. He has fished in many tournaments in the Central Florida area. Brad is a member of BASSMASTER and the Florida Federation Nation and he has been a boat captain for the Junior Bassmasters. He has volunteered as a Marshall for the BASS Elite Series and has had the pleasure of fishing with Mark Menendez and James Niggemeyer. He was the camera boat for BASS/ESPN for the 2012 B.A.S.S. Southern Open. He worked on stage at the weigh -in for the Southern Open and had the honor of weighing in Chris Lane’s winning bag. Brad can usually be found on a lake fishing at least 5 days a week.

MACKENZIE STOKES – Mac also started fishing at the age of 4 alongside his Dad. He remembers going out in the lakes fishing in a rickety green jon boat that his dad would throw in to the back of the pick-up truck. He has continued to fish through out the years while also obtaining his Junior Black Belt in Karate. Mac was a member of the Florida Trails Jr. Bassmasters and fished in the Florida State Junior Tournament in 2009. Mac excels in the use of Spinnerbaits and has caught almost all of his big fish on them. Mac would like to pursue some type of career that involves fishing and boating.

TYLER WOOLCOTT – Tyler Woolcott began his tournament-fishing career with the Florida Trails Jr. Bassmasters and Teen Sportfishing Association at the age of 11. Tyler aspires to be a Professional Bass Angler fishing in either the Elite Series with BASS or the Professional Angler Trail with FLW. Tyler was the founding Angler for his high school fishing team. He is now a freshman at Embry-Riddle Aeronautics University and has started a Fishing Team there as well. Tyler consistently finishes in the Top 5 in all his tournaments. In 2011 Tyler finished 2nd in the BASS Jr. State Championship and produced the winning Big Bass for that Tournament. In 2014 he placed 2nd for TSA Angler of the Year for Volusia County and 3rd place in the TSA State Championship. In 2014 he took 1st place and won Big Bass for the FL BASS Nation High School Series on Lake Okeechobee and took the first Fishing Club Trophy to Spruce Creek High School. Tyler has fished as a co-angler in the BASS Southern Open Tournament on Lake Toho and also in the BASS Northern Open Tournament on the James River in Virginia.

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