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Vibe Pros Share Their Favorite Fishing Spots

Written by Lauren Nelson on September 12, 2018

An essential part of the Vibe community is our Pro Team. Made up of over 60 passionate anglers from across the country, these awesome individuals are happy to talk to anyone about passion for the sport. For the second installment in our three-part series, in which we get to know the pros, we asked the question: Where is Your Favorite Place to Fish? Check out five of our members’ responses below:

Brian Sisk- Arlington, TX

“My favorite place to fish is a shallow lake that has an abundance of reeds. The shallow water, mostly flat earth, and plant life provide a space for the fish to hang out for food and shelter. This kind of environment allows for great fishing from spawn all the way until late fall.”

John Stockman- North Richland Hills, TX

“North Texas has so many great fisheries within just a couple of hours. If I want grass, I head east; if I want rocks and steep banks, I head west. A few of my favorite spots are Lake Athens, Lake Amon G. Carter, Lake Ray Roberts and of course Lake Fork.”

Ian HaynesArmuchee, GA

“My favorite fishing spots would have to be in grassy areas or areas with cover. If there is grass, you will find big bass!”

Julia Thomas- Taylorsville, GA

“My favorite place to go fishing is Euharlee Creek in Georgia. It’s in my backyard and whenever I have any spare time I can go fishing for a few minutes or a whole day. It has a variety of bass, which makes it fun.”

Kevin Patrick Hughes- Miami, FL

“We are blessed with almost every type of fishing in south Florida, from freshwater canals and ponds, to mangroves and inshore flats. Sometimes the choices can be overwhelming. While offshore fishing is certainly the most exciting for big game, I personally will take flat fishing every time. I love stalking the shallows of Biscayne bay or the ten thousand islands hunting for bonefish or snook by sight fishing. It's the ultimate reward to sight cast and hook into those spooky fish and it's the perfect application for a kayak.”

If you love the pros as much as we do and want to see them using our kayaks in action, go check them out on Instagram. You can learn more about them through their bios on the Pro Fishing Team page of our website.

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