Angler Q & A
Technique strength: Being versatile, having the ability to fish light and heavy line.
Technique weakness: I don’t feel like I have weakness. However, I don’t like using a Carolina rig.
Favorite lake or river: I like Clear Lake probably because I leaned how to fish tournaments there.
Least favorite lake or river: I can’t say I have least favorite.
Favorite bait: I don’t have a favorite, it all goes back to my versatility.
Favorite fishing knot: Palomar, I use it 95 percent of the time
Started bass fishing at the age of: Caught my first bass at the age of 8.
Started fishing bass tournaments at the age of: At 14 I fished my first tournament and 17 I got a bass boat.
Year turned pro: 1997
Do you get nervous before tournaments: I don’t’ get nervous; I get anxious. The unknown factor drives me nuts.
Largest bass caught to date: 12-pound-even largemouth
Your most memorable bass fishing moment: There are several. Winning B.A.S.S. Angler of the Year and at Toho in 1997 was very emotional.
Your biggest bass fishing influence (person): I once read an article about Rick Clunn being a pro fisherman, so probably him and my dad for taking me fishing at an early age.
What is the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you while fishing: There have been many. At a tournament on Lake Wheeler, I came in and found out I had 6 fish in my livewell. That was very embarrassing.
What is the biggest obstacle you face as a professional angler: Being away from my family is very difficult.
2014 Challenge Cup Episode One (Full Episode)
2014 Summit Cup Episode One (Full Episode)
Skeet Reese: 2013 Summit Cup Day 2 Elimination Round Wrap-Up Interview
Skeet Reese: Speed Kills
Skeet Reese NewsRSS
- MLF Anglers Dominate B.A.S.S. AOY Race
- KJ Captures Challenge Cup Title at Ray Bob
- Ehrler vs. KVD: The Race for Bassin' Supremacy
- Klein Focused on First MLF Finale
- Jordon Hopes to Ride Big Bite Momentum
- Rojas Ready to Grind It Out in Finals
- Reese Looking for the Big Bite to Win at Ray Rob
- KJ Comes Up Big on Sudden Death Day Two
- Velvick Preps for First Sudden Death Appearance
- KJ's Secret Weapon for Sudden Death
- Kriet Tops the Field of Elimination Day One
- Wind Forecast Doesn't Temper Grigsby's Enthusiasm
- Photo Finish for Martens in Sudden Death
- Hackney Hopes to Figure out Long Lake's Bass First
- Reese Hopes to Find Outside Success
at Alpena Unknown Water Body
- Alpena Summit Cup Filming Completed
- Aaron Martens wins B.A.S.S. Angler of Year title
- Skeet Hit the Gym, a Better Year Followed
- Episode Two Re-Air: Former Champs
Meet in Istokpoga Elimination Round
- Skeet Reese Kids Fishing Day a Success
- Reese Wins West Point Elite
- Jones Top Qualifier on Istokpoga Day Two
- Former Champs Compete in Episode Two
- Pace Wins Bassmaster Classic,
11 MLF Anglers Finish in Top 25
- Pace, Palaniuk, Iaconelli Lead
the Field After Classic Day 2
- Ike Tied for Classic Day 1 Lead
- Classic: Bone-Chilling Cold
- Skeet Reese: It's All About Giving Back
- Ish Holds Off Kriet on Day 2
- Losing Composure During Episode 2
- Can West Dominate East on Summit Cup Day 2?
- Chautauqua Conjectures
- Lucky Craft Becomes 2013 League Sponsor
- 2013 Classic Field Stacked with
Major League Fishing Anglers
- Martens Third at Green Bay Elite
- Skeet Reese: A Good Start
- Evers Fourth at Bull Shoals Elite
- Monroe Goes Wire to Wire at Big-O Elite
- Jordon, McClelland Advance to Finals
- Jones Wins St. John's River Elite Event
- Size vs. Numbers in Webisode Five
- Sudden Death Day 2: The Winds of Change
- Elimination Round Day 3: Angler Notes
- McClelland Goes Wire to Wire
- Injured Angler, High Winds in Webisode Three
- Day 3 Anglers Brace for the Unknown
- Skeet Reese: We Are All Rookies