Michael Smith

Andalusia , AL

Competition Team: ASC

Member Since: 2010-11-27

 

2019 National Standings

Circuit Place Events Fish Total Points
AFT 5 7 50 162.19 3137
AFT 5 7 50 162.19 3137
OS 23 6 33 86.11 1435

2019 Division Point Standings

Circuit Division Place Events Fish Total Points
AFT 12 6 6 35 117.61 1157
AFT 1 5 1 15 44.58 1980
OS 8 85 1 5 16.22 246
OS 12 48 1 10 22.93 496
OS 2 4 5 28 69.89 1402

2019 Service Team Standings (American Fishing Tour Only)

Service Ranking Points
ASC 5 3137

2019 Tournament Results

Circuit Div Date Lake Pl Fish BB Total Pnts
AFT 12 02/09/2019 Eufaula 11 5 0.00 17.06 190
AFT 12 03/03/2019 Eufaula 4 5 6.39 22.25 197
AFT 12 04/20/2019 Eufaula 10 5 0.00 15.93 191
AFT 12 06/29/2019 Eufaula 15 10 3.92 25.43 372
AFT 1 10/16/2019 Eufaula 5 15 0.00 44.58 1980
AFT 12 11/03/2018 Eufaula 3 5 0.00 18.93 198
AFT 12 12/08/2018 Eufaula 2 5 0.00 18.01 199
OS 8 01/26/2019 Eufaula 5 5 0.00 16.22 246
OS 2 02/02/2019 Eufaula 19 5 0.00 13.04 232
OS 2 03/02/2019 Lay Lake 36 3 0.00 8.56 215
OS 2 05/11/2019 Eufaula 5 5 6.75 18.16 246
OS 2 06/22/2019 Logan Martin 38 5 0.00 7.20 213
OS 103 09/14/2019 Logan Martin 3 10 0.00 22.93 496

2020 Standings

2019 Standings

2018 Standings

What Truck, Boat and Outboard does Michael run?

2018 Triton 19TRX, 225HP Mercury Optimax Pro XS, Toyota Tundra

My Sponsors

ABA fishing, Triton Boats, Mercury, Fitzgerald Rods, Missile Baits, Optima Batteries, Power Pole, Eco Pro Tungsten, Seaguar, Simms, Lews Reels, Trotter Marine.

What Michael does for a living:

Electrical Engineer at PowerSouth Energy Cooperative


What you should know about Michael:

I have a wonderful family that supports me tremendously with my fishing career.


How Michael started fishing

I started out fishing local club tournaments as a non-boater and moved on to fish ABA Weekend Series events as a non-boater.


Aspirations or goals with fishing

I would love to win the Ram National Championship and to qualify for the Bassmaster Classic.


Favorite way to fish

Punching thick vegetation with a 1.5oz Eco Pro Tungsten weight, a Missile Baits D Bomb, and a 7'10" H Fitzgerald Rod for big bass! This technique has won me a lot of money.


Most exciting fishing experience

Winning the 2011 Weekend Series National Championship as a non-boater.


How Michael preps for a tournament

I research proven techniques for the body of water I'm going to for that time of year and determine how I can best attack the lake using my strengths.


Three favorite search baits

Missile baits shockwave, swim jig with Missile baits twin turbo trailer, and a chatterbait with a 3.5in Missile baits shockwave trailer.


Best tournament finish and what you did that day when you were fishing.

Winning the Weekend Series National Championship in Santee Cooper, SC with a chatterbait.


Most challenging part of tournament fishing

Adjusting to the changing conditions from practice through the tournament.


When tournaments don't go my way

You have to have a short memory when it comes to bad tournament finishes!


Advice to give to an aspiring tournament angler:

Follow your dreams and start out fishing ABA events as a co-angler until you gain some experience.


Some shared general bass fishing techniques for people just getting into the sport

During the summer, some of the biggest fish in the lake get super shallow under thick grass mats. Attack these fish with a 1.5oz Eco Pro Tungsten weight, a Missile Baits D bomb, and a 7'10" H Fitzgerald rod. This is a tournament winning, big fish technique!



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