Brady Moy, Roto-Mix’s North East Regional Manager, is participating in bass tournaments this year. So far he’s competed in two tournaments.
Here’s an update from Brady:
At the two-day tournament on Lake Champlain in Rouses Point, N.Y., I finished second overall, just .23 lbs out of first place. I also had the lunker (big fish) for day one, a 4.74 lb smallmouth bass with a two-day total of 29.55 lbs.
The second tournament was the Jerry Simon Memorial tournament on Cossayuna lake with a fifth place finish and again with the first place lunker bass of the tournament, a 4.78 lb largemouth bass.
I will be leaving this weekend for Oneida Lake for a two-day Tournament. Flooding in western New York will make this very interesting.
The competitive bass fishing tournament that Brady Moy competed in has ended for the winter.
Brady, Roto-Mix’s northeast regional manager, finished third in points (for the NYS BASS Federation) from the Albany Area Bassmasters.
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The third place finish will allow him to fish in the New York State Club Team Championship in July 2013. Only the top three finishers are allowed to continue to the championship.
“It was a challenging season with a lot of ups and downs,” Brady said.
If he does well in the championship, he’ll advance to the Eastern Divisional Championship.
Last weekend Brady finished sixth in a tournament at Lake Bomoseen in Vermont.
Brady has one more bass tournament this month at the Mohawk River in New York. This tournament is not part of the series he’s been fishing in and doesn’t affect his standings.
The 2012 bass tournament series is almost over for Brady Moy.
Brady, Roto-Mix’s northeast regional manager, is in fifth place in the Albany Area Bassmasters. The last tournament of the season is Oct. 13 at Lake Bomoseen in Vermont.
And last weekend he placed fifth at a tournament sponsored by Time Warner.
(Check out an earlier blog post about Brady’s lifelong goal of becoming a professional bass fisherman here.)
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Brady said one challenge this year has been the drought conditions, which makes for a tough season.
“Lakes are low. Fishing has been difficult,” Brady said. “I’m optimistic and looking forward to a strong finish.”
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.
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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.