Columbus , GA
Competition Team: ASC
Member Since: 2013-10-16
2019 National Standings
2019 Division Point Standings
Service Team Standings (American Fishing Tour Only)
2019 Tournament Results
What Truck, Boat and Outboard does Tacorrie run?
No Boat. Toyota Tundra
Ardentoutdoors, PowerTeam Lures, Liquid Mayhem, Nichols Lures
What Tacorrie does for a living:
Retired First Sergeant. US Army
What you should know about Tacorrie:
How Tacorrie started fishing
I grew up fishing as a kid in a neighborhood pond. In 2010 decided to join a Bass Club. In 2011 I moved to another military installation and joined another Bass Club. I decided to switch gears start fishing the 2015-2016 ABA season. In 2016 I also decided to fish the FLW BFLs. I also fished a Ram Open Series to broden my knowledge and experience.
Aspirations or goals with fishing
Aspirations to win a tournament.
Goals: To continue gaining sponsors and improve my experience and knowledge.
Favorite way to fish
Spinner Bait, Cracking, and Shakey Head.
Most exciting fishing experience
How Tacorrie preps for a tournament
As a Co-Angler/ Non-Boater, I carry any where from 6 to 8 rods. Each rod has a different setup ranging from Top water, Cranking to Jigging and Carolina Rigging deep water in Texas!
Three favorite search baits
Crank Bait, Spinner Bait, and Spook
Best tournament finish and what you did that day when you were fishing.
Most challenging part of tournament fishing
Knowing your own weaknesses and and trying to perfect them. Understanding the concept of one fish at a time vs trying to catch alot of fish. Each body of water is different. Having patience
When tournaments don't go my way
Understand in order to get better. You will lose tournaments. Just learn from mistakes that were made continue to grow and improve.
Advice to give to an aspiring tournament angler:
Practice, Practice, Practice
Some shared general bass fishing techniques for people just getting into the sport
Yes. Never be scared to use light line. Try different techniques until find one that you are comfortable with before trying to move on to another one. Research your baits and equipment. When conditions are tough Keep Fishing!