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Fishin' Outrageous Radio
Not only have you found the website of tournament angler & outdoor writer James Hill. You've also found the home of Fishin' Outrageous Radio where ME your host that catches the most interviews anglers from major tour pros to grass roots anglers trying to make their way. We offer up tips and tricks for any angler and great prizes during episodes. You can check out Season One episodes 2-6 under the "Media" header. Episode guests include Casey Martin, Andrew Upshaw, Jeff Gustafson, Randy Howell and Scott McGill. I'm excited to announce that WE'RE BACK Season 2 is right around the corner with the first episode dropping around Christmas time. Episode 1 I'll be joined by the 2013 reigning Forest Wood Cup champion Randall Tharp... We also have a great prize from an awesome new Canadian company!! 2014 is already shaping up to be a great year... Keep Fishin' Outrageous!!
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With all my fishing gear packed tightly inside my truck, I hit the highway! Destination: Grove, Oklahoma, the site of the first stop in the central division of the FLW Rayovac bass tour. After battling white-out blizzards that turned into torrential rains in Minnesota, I crossed the Iowa border to be greeted by thick fog then thunder storms and hail. Thinking my luck was bound to change in Missouri, I arrived to find myself in the middle of a tornado warning... at least the 18 hour drive wasn't boring!
2,152 miles separate Thunder Bay, Ontario from Lake Havasu, Arizona which was the site of my very first FLW Rayovac event that saw me finish in the upper half of the field. After 2,152 miles worth of reflecting on my largest individual tournament to date that saw me go through both the ups and the downs of tournament fishing, I can say that I learned a great deal and had a ton of fun doing it.
If there ever was a mile high club for writers I have now joined it... 35,000 feet above earth somewhere between Chicago and Phoenix... probably Kansas, I sit here slightly warmer than I'd liked to be... should have worn shorts, laptop between my legs and the sounds of second hand music coming from the person beside me, I think it's a top 40 mix... it could be worse, and of course only one arm gets the satisfaction of being placed on an arm rest. Still I could possibly be the happiest person on this flying metal bus. When I land, a PVC tube full of St. Croix rods and a bag filled with Swimjigs, Spinnerbait ,Imperium Baits soft plastics and of course soft water await me, leaving behind the Polar Arctic Vortex that's gripping most parts of Ontario into the sunshine and dry heat of Lake Havasu, Arizona.
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