Most Tagged Locations
Jay was born and raised on the shores of Wabigoon Lake in Dryden ON and, like many kids around there, had a rod and reel in his hands at a very early age. Jay spent all, if not most summers on Lake of the ...Read More
Woods in Kenora ON, where he now resides for one main reason... Fishing! Although Jay works full time, he misses no opportunity to get on the water or ice, searching out a variety of species, from bass to walleyes, to the predator of all predators- muskie. From May to October, Jay can be found competing in a series of popular fishing tournaments around Sunset Country, including the Kenora Bass International (KBI) and the Fort Frances Bass Championship (FFBC), to name a few. Jay's interest in tournament fishing started over 10 years ago, and with every passing year, he becomes more addicted to the sport. In Spring of 2012, Jay was honoured to become one of 10, selected to join the Canadian Cabela's Pro Staff team and is proud to represent this reputable company in his pursuance of outdoor activities. With Rapala playing such a large role in Jay's success on the water, he was thrilled to also join the Rapala Pro Staff team this January 2014, and is proud to represent Rapala and all their partners both on and off the water. During the off season, Jay can be found in Cabela's stores, providing the public with educational seminars in both fishing and hunting, as well traveling around parts of Canada with the store for all the latest grand opening celebrations and PR work. Hide
Frank Mclymont Memorial ( Shoal Lake) 1st place
Shoal Lake Bass Classic (1st)
Bassin For Bucks (Lake of the Woods) 8th place.
Kenora Bass International (Lake of the Woods) 3rd
Canadian Bass Championship (Rainy Lake) 6th
Dryden Walleye Masters (Wabigoon Lake) 1st Place
Bass'n for Bucks (Lake of the Woods) 18th Place.
Kenora Bass International (Lake of the Woods) 17th Place
Canadian Bass Championship (Rainy Lake) 3rd Place
Bronze Back Classic (Lake of the Woods) 7th Place
Shoal Lake Bass Classic(Shoal Lake) 2nd Place
Dryden Walleye Masters (Wabigoon Lake) 13th Place