|Hometown||San Jose, California|
|Former Occupation||Semiconductor technician|
|Top 10 Finishes (Wins)*||13 (2) As of 9/21/2015|
|Career Earnings*||$358,037 As of 9/21/2015|
|Current World Rank||18|
|Current Bassmaster Standing||7 (808 points)|
|Best Finish in 2016||3 - Bull Shoals/Norfork Lakes, 4/21/2016|
|Best Finish in 2015||1 - Sturgeon Bay (Lake Michigan), 9/17/2015|
|Last 3 Finishes||
22 - Mille Lacs Lake, 9/15/2016
38 - Mississippi River, 9/8/2016
21 - Potomac River, 8/11/2016
|Bassmaster Classics Fished (Won)||1 (0) As of 9/21/2015|
|FLW Championships Fished (Won)||4 (0) As of 9/21/2015|
|Angling Hero||Skeet Reese Ė "He's the most successful angler from the West."|
|Home Lake||California Delta|
|Favorite Lake||Clear Lake|
|Least Favorite Lake||"I've always struggled on lakes with the wandering blueback herring."|
|Favorite Technique||Skipping a frog under overhanging trees|
|Primary Fishing Strength||Flipping grass|
|Secondary Fishing Strength||Mechanics|
|Biggest Weakness||Camping out on one spot|
|Fishing Sponsors||Megabass, Raymarine, Seaguar, Skeeter, Yamaha, Hi's Tackle Box Shop, Power-Pole|
|Non-Fishing Sponsors||Keystone Oilfield Fabrication, Plenum Medical|
|Tow Vehicle (Sponsor)||Ford F-250|
|Favorite Music||"I've cranked up Metallica on the way to the lake a time or two."
|Favorite Book/Movie||Training Day (movie)|
|Non-Angling Hero||"Anyone willing to chase their dream."|
|When Not Fishing||"I like hanging out with friends or going to the beach."|
|Why He Fishes||"Because of that feeling just before takeoff."|
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|(Only recent tournaments are included. Not necessarily a career listing.)|
*BASS events (all events because BASS does not report Tour and Open earnings separately) and FLW Tour.
Biographical data last updated: 12/11/2012
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