Brady Moy, Roto-Mix’s northeast regional manager, is fulfilling his life-long dream of becoming a professional bass fisherman.
He’s participating in the Albany Area Bassmasters, competing as a semi-professional angler. Halfway through the 2012 tournament series, he’s in second place.
The tournament series Brady fishes in consists of six tournaments a year, and he also participates in other open tournaments. Brady is competing mostly in Vermont and New York.
This is the first time he’s fished at this level since 2006.
Roto-Mix is proudly sponsoring Brady.
His grandfather, Terry Fleming, got Brady started fishing when he was about 5 years old. Terry Fleming fished the pro circuit for a couple of years in the early 1970s.
Brady said he spends almost every weekend either participating in bass tournaments or looking for places to catch fish.
Here’s Brady’s fishing schedule:
• He’ll be fishing in the Jerry Simon Jr. Memorial Bass Tournament this weekend at Cossayuna Lake in New York.
• In two weeks Brady will participate in a tournament at Sacandaga Lake in New York.
• And two weeks ago, he finished third in a tournament at Saratoga Lake.