Wagoner , OK
Competition Team: ASC
2019 National Standings
2019 Division Point Standings
Service Team Standings (American Fishing Tour Only)
2019 Tournament Results
What Truck, Boat and Outboard does Robb run?
I drive a Ford F250. or my grocery getter is a Ford Focus. My tractor is even a Ford. Right now I am in between boats.
My sponsor is AML industries. aka my wife.
What Robb does for a living:
I currently work as a Project Coordinator for a General Contractor out of Ft. Smith, AR.
What you should know about Robb:
I love life. I have a positive outlook on life and try to live it in the fullest. I have been blessed by the man upstairs and I thank him everyday.
How Robb started fishing
My dad introduced me to fishing at a young age. Tenkiller is basically the lake I grew up on. I still own my first bait caster my dad bought for me.
Aspirations or goals with fishing
Fishing wise, I would like to compete at the highest level possible. We will see how it goes.
Favorite way to fish
My favorite way to fish is finesse.
Most exciting fishing experience
My most exciting time fishing was actually Striper fishing at Beaver Lake.
How Robb preps for a tournament
I watch and read a lot of history on a body of water for certain times of the year, then I go through my tackle for the tournament.
Three favorite search baits
Square-bill or spinner bait.
Best tournament finish and what you did that day when you were fishing.
Best tournament finish was a top 10 last year. Throwing a trick worm on a shakey head and texas rigging a 10" worm.
Most challenging part of tournament fishing
Being able to make the right adjustments to bring success.
When tournaments don't go my way
When tournaments don't go my way, I look at how I prepaired what did right and what I did wrong. Every time you go out you should learn something new.
Advice to give to an aspiring tournament angler:
Fish what you have confidence in. Believe in yourself, because you have to believe in yourself before other people will.
Some shared general bass fishing techniques for people just getting into the sport
Finesse fishing will make you a better top-water fisherman. Finesse fishing teaches you to be patient. When you are throwing a buzz-pait or a spook you naturally let the fish take the bait before you set your hook.