At least, for a little while, at least
And I will certainly never complain about how the fishing 'sucks' ever again.
I did a double take when this showed up.
Here is this guy that will absolutely just screams 'GFY' in the face of adversity.
His website is http://claydyer.net/Clay Dyer was born on May 23, 1978, without any lower limbs, no arm on the left side and a partial arm on the right. However, these limitations did not dampen his determination and positive spirit.
Clay began fishing at age 5. A natural competitiveness became evident early. Clay never allowed his physical disabilities to be an obstacle and began competing in fishing tournaments at age 15. He became a professional angler in 1995 and fished in the “major leagues” on the FLW Tour for 4 years.
Clay spends the majority of his time sharing his life experiences through motivational and leadership presentations to various companies, charities and churches. Clay is also a volunteer athletic coach at Hamilton High School in Alabama. Clay currently fishes the Bassmaster Open Series and select charity events.
Clay’s television appearances include ESPN, Fox, CNN Headline News, Versus, the Outdoor Channel, Fox Sports South, the 700 Club and CBS. Published articles about Clay have appeared in USA Today, Newsweek, Bassmaster, FLW Outdoors Magazine, and many more.
I'm still floored by this guy. Amazing.
That's truly amazing. Why is kissing that fish though? No judgement, just curious.
That poor fish.
That's amazing !
Even though I love fishing, I don't know this guy, or don't have any interest in the whole 'professional fishing scene' - just thought this would be something to pass along.
Edit: I've kissed women with lips like that before
Gotta hand it to him, pretty impressive.
Floored? That's racist!
this thread may take a turble turn, so let me say Good luck to Clay and thanks for being a mensch's mench.
Simply amazing. God bless him.
Guy spends that much time on the water you'd expect his name to be Bob.
I'm still trying to figure out how YOU showed up in my FB feed, Fish. Saw some pictures of some bass on Sunday, scrolled down and saw an update about seeing meteors on the way to work.
Must've subscribed to your feed a while back...
What if he fell off the boat?
Thats awesome. Inspirational.
I do have to admit, i glanced quickly at first and thought that was Stokes