From Getting Skunked To Getting Paid To Fish [VIDEO]

By: Joseph Simonds on January 16, 2017
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Imagine getting paid to fish…

It’s probably every angler’s dream.

Saying goodbye to corporate America, saying goodbye to cubicles, saying goodbye to boring meetings, and saying goodbye to boring work once and for all.

Of course, it probably takes countless years to make that dream of getting paid to fish, right?

Or does it?

Watch Tony’s amazing story of never catching an inshore fish to getting paid to fish that all occurred in under 2 YEARS!

It’s pretty amazing!

He’s a testament that hard work combined with studying the habits of inshore fish and becoming a master at fishing from a kayak can pay off big time.

Note: Tony will be releasing a private online kayak fishing course revealing all of his secrets (and even some of his best spots). If you want to be one of the first to see it, then click the button below.

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J Tweedy
3 years ago

Tony – would love to see how you rig up your kayak for fishing. Critical equipment that you use etc. I also have a Big Game II but I think any kayak fisherman would be benefit from the concepts.

Alan Spolar
3 years ago

Thank you for sharing your story Tony. Very inspiring. Looking forward to catching my first Bull Red as well.