Here are some of my accomplishments!

Hank Parker is a 2 time Bassmaster Classic Champion and is a true legend of our sport and the professional bass fishing world. This will forever be one of my most memorable days on the water. I first met Hank Parker at the Mercury Marine summit in Wisconsin. We chatted and he said we will keep in touch and maybe get out on the water someday. (In my mind thinking, "Imagine that!! but theres no way, stop lying hank, you aint gonna call me. lol") A few short weeks later he gave me a shout and left me a message while I was out on the water practicing for a tournament. The second I heard the message, that I had the opportunity to co host on his show, I instantly started throwing my rods in my rod lockers and made the drive down to Clayton, NY.  I was honoured and lucky enough to take part in this. The show will be airing in 2020 on the pursuit and sportsman channel. It was an unbelievable day on the water! To watch a Mercury Minute video of how the day went down, CLICK 

  #MercuryMarine #GOBOLDLY #FishingDurham #HankParker #LakeOntario #ThisIsMyPassion

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This past summer, the entire Mercury team attended the Mercury Marine summit at the main headquarters in Fon Du Lac, Wisconsin. I met tons of amazing people and learned a bunch. During the event, we shot a Mercury GO BOLDLY promotional video. Stay tuned!

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Coming into this tournament my tournament partner Danny and I said "Were do for a flop..". Coming into this event we had qualified for the Costa championship 2 out of the three years through the FLW Canada championship and new we had some work to do and the pressure was on. Going into day three we were sitting in 8th place, and at 2:00 (Hour before weigh in) we had 2 fish for 6 pounds in the box. We gambled in the last hour of the day on what we felt was our best bet to cacth what we needed to have a shot at this thing. We caught our entire bag that was just under 19 pounds in the final moments of the tournament. We finished second and re qualified for the FLW Costa championship on Lake Cumberland in Kentucky. For FULL STORY and VIDEO on how it all went down, click 

After fishing the Costa championship in 2017 and 2018, words could not describe how bad I wanted to get back and re qualify in 2019. I decided to fish the FLW Costa series along with FLW Canada to have 2 opportunities to try and qualify throughout the  season. I was fortunate enough to finish 16th overall after three events and qualified for the FLW Costa Championship through the Northern series. Could not do this without my amazing sponsors along with all of my friends and family for all their support! 

I am thankful and honoured to announce I have partnered up with Durham Tourism and #FishingDurham. I grew up fishing at a very young age in creeks, lakes, ponds and marsh's all throughout the Durham Region. It truly is one of my favourite places to fish for all different species year round! If you see me out and about, make sure to come say hi and I will give you a Rapala #FishingDurham lure! For more information on Fishing in the Durham region visit 

Mercury Marine Partnership

Mercury Marine Partnership

*** Very happy and honoured to announce I have partnered up with Mercury Marine for the upcoming 2019 season! Super thankful, and can not wait to get the season started both here in Ontario as well as the US! #Thankful #MercuryMarine #GoBoldly #TournamentSeason #BigPlans#TIMP #VideoSeries #ThisIsMyPassion

2nd place - FLW Canada Bay Of Quinte


After qualifying for and fishing last years Costa Championship on Kentucky Lake , I have literally thought about making it back everyday, untill this years qualifier on the Bay Of Quinte. We ended up finishing in 2nd and will be competing back to back years in the FLW costa championship in Alabama on Lake Guntersville for another shot at fishing the Forrest wood cup in 20I9. Thank you to all my family and friends for the support!!!!

2017 - FLW Costa Championship Qualifier

FLW Magazine  11 page spread FLW Costa Champinship - Kentucky Lake, TN

And that's a wrap for the @flwfishing Costa Championship. Was one of the toughest tournaments I have fished in a while, and didn't get er done to move onto the cup, but honestly there is nothing I would have done different. I ended up 2nd for the international division. Congrats to South Africa who won the division and also had a top 10 finish in the tournament!!! Tough tournament, but it makes me want it even more. I'll be back 😎👊 Thanks to all my family and friends for the continued support! You guys rock

Some pretty awesome news was released yesterday. Myself and my tournament partner Dan will be the first ever recipients of the BI NEXT GEN GRANT. The B1 Next Gen grant is a program set for young anglers (specifically 2I years and younger) who will be able to a apply for this grant which is a fully paid Berkley B1 TOUR registration. So thankful for this amazing opportunity and all the people who have helped and supported me over the past few years, and to Ben Woo and the Berkley BI team. My tournament videos will continue as I will be making 3 videos for every event to show you guys what tournament fishing is like for us, on and off the water. Again, thanks so much everyone for the help and support. Means a ton. You all rock. Cant wait to get this season rolling WOOOOOOOOO

2017 - Some awesome news!!! NEW Berkley BI Next Gen Grant 

2016 - FLW Canada Champions - Off tO Kentucky Lake for FLW Costa championship

Man, What a week… Just got home a day ago, and It still hasn’t really hit me. Back in August, Dan and l qualified for the FLW Canada Championship on Rice lake, where we finished 7th place with a 2 day total of 36.I5 lbs. I was super pumped to qualify for the Championship on Big Rideau. The day I qualified, I called my boss, asked for some time off work. I to

Click                     to read FULL report on our win.

20I5-B.A.S.S Nation Eastern Divisional - Connecticut River

Going from catching 24 pounds of smallmouth last year on the St lawrence River to fishing for a limit on the Connecticut river was super painful. Ive never fished tiadal water before and it was pretty awesome to learn a little bit about it. Day one went as planned and we got 4 cute ones in the boat to lead the day with just over 5 pounds. Day 2, we just couldnt get them to go and zero'd going from Ist to last. Just goes to show, just because your leading it really doesnt mean nothing. You have to catch them good both days to win...... Click                  for more.

20I5 --- Eastern Divisionals for 20I6 - Douglas Lake, TN

I had the choice of marshaling the Elites on Lake St. Clair or to fish the B.A.S.S Nation Qualifier on Lake Erie. I chose the qualifier, and i'm glad i did! This was my first qualifier as a senior now that I am done with the Highschool Circut. I was going into day one with just under 9 pounds for a 3 fish limit sitting in I6th place. To make the team as a non, you needed to make the top ten cut and I figured I needed at least I0 pounds to make it. I ended up climbing the leader board all the way from I6th to a 2nd place finish with a..... Click                    to read FULL report. DOUGLAS LAKE, TENNESSEE HERE WE COME for the B.A.S.S Eastern Divisional!

Super stoked on this.. The guys and girls at Scotty Dowriggers decided to use a photo of me for there NEW Scotty - Baitcast/spinning rod holder packaging! They  are distributed all across Canada and the US in Cabelas, Bass pro shops, Sail, Gagnons sports and much more! Make sure to check them out if you ever swing by one of the stores! Great rod holder for trolling for walleye, bass, trout, and much more.

20I5-B.A.S.S Highschool Nationals - Kentucky Lake

What a trip to Kentucky Lake in Tennessee! We 

Were very lucky to have had to chance to compete

in this tournament. It was our last year to try and

make it to the nationals and we needed to win on

Sturgeon lake in ON to fish it. We ended up spending

a week on sturgeon, found some good fish and won

the event. Our qualifier was I0 days before the nationals and we didnt find a coach till 3 days before the tournament. We didn.......Click                  for more.

20I4-B.A.S.S Nation Highschool WIN

The 2014 Team Ontario Eastern divisional took place in Waddington, NY. We fished the St. Lawrence river and won the B.A.S.S Eastern divisional against 8 other state champions. It was the best experiance of both of our lives, and we both hope to get back again next year! Met a ton of great people, learned a ton, and had the time of our lives!  For more about our experience, read FULL ARTICLE here. - 

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