Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Do you have what it takes to be Top Hooker

We almost dismissed this as spam when it hit the @Flyfishmagazine twitter feed but it appears the producers of television's TopShot are looking to crown a Top Hooker. From their website:

The producers of Top Shot, Dirty Jobs and The Ultimate Fighter are seeking America’s best and boldest fishermen to take on Animal Planet’s extreme fishing competition, Top Hooker.

On this brand new TV show, you and a handful of daring fishing enthusiasts will tackle exciting and intense challenges on America’s rivers, lakes, streams and even the open ocean. Are you ready for adventure?

We are looking for COMPETITIVE, OUTGOING and SKILLED anglers, spear fishermen, game fishermen, fly fishermen, trawlers and trappers from all walks of life. It doesn’t matter if your experience is commercial, sport or recreational. As long as you’re skilled, adaptable and confident enough to take on anything we throw at you, you could win A BIG GRAND PRIZE and the title of Animal Planet’s first Top Hooker.

This will be TV’s biggest, wildest fishing competition.

Email a pic sans sunglasses and hat to Tophookercasting@gmail.com if you think you have what it takes. Tell them Flyfishmagazine sent you.

 

2 comments:

James said...

Hi - Will you please post this Blog at The Fly Fishing Community at vorts.com? Our members will love it!
It's easy to do - just cut and paste the link and it automatically links back to your website. You can also add Photos, Videos, Classifieds, etc. It’s free and easy…
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James Kaufman, Editor

Pawleys Island Fishing said...

I’m interested to join in this competition. I always go for fishing in Pawleys Island and I believe I already have the guts to win in this contest. I remember when I go in a competition session that is only 3 hours long and I don’t catch to choose the start and end time; I learn promptly that organization and time management can be just as vital as any fishing or casting skills that I have. It is very important to make decisions quickly and get your fly into the water where it can catch fish. See you soon in the competition.