|Top 10 Finishes (Wins)*||19 (1) As of 10/31/2012|
|Career Earnings*||$863,042 As of 10/31/2012|
|Current World Rank||187|
|Current Bassmaster Standing||104 (251 points)|
|Best Finish in 2016||38 - Cayuga Lake, 6/23/2016|
|Best Finish in 2015||12 - Kentucky Lake, 6/3/2015|
|Last 3 Finishes||
73 - Mississippi River, 9/8/2016
81 - Potomac River, 8/11/2016
38 - Cayuga Lake, 6/23/2016
|Bassmaster Classics Fished (Won)||6 (0) As of 10/31/2012|
|FLW Championships Fished (Won)||0 (0) As of 10/31/2012|
|Angling Hero||Ed Cowan "He won the Federation National Championship. I have a great respect for him. When I was in the New Jersey/New York area, he was dominating Federation tournaments. I learned techniques and the mental part of preparing from him."|
|Favorite Lake||Champlain (NY/VT)|
|Least Favorite Lake||Louisiana Delta (LA) "You have to run forever to get to one little spot."|
|Primary Fishing Strength||Dropshot|
|Secondary Fishing Strength||Pitching and flipping jigs|
|Fishing Sponsors||Trailer Valet, Jackall, Shimano, Kanji, Gamma line, Owner hooks, DNA optics, www.ninjatacklebox.com|
|Non-Fishing Sponsors||Adventure Advertising Agency, Host truck campers (Bend, OR), ExMark mowers, Torklift International|
|Tow Vehicle (Sponsor)||Ford F250 (Jackall and Shimano)|
|Favorite Food||Sushi and Sashimi|
|Favorite Music||Japanese music and American rock|
|Favorite Book/Movie||DaVinci Code (book)/Godfather (movie)|
|When Not Fishing||Plays golf and tennis, likes to read|
|Why He Fishes||"I like the competitiveness, and I like to put myself into self-discipline. Also, I like to have some kind of goal to achieve."|
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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: 2/8/2013
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