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Fishing is often a contest between man and nature, add a tournament, it’s a contest among men and nature.  That is just what we did the weekend of May 13th, Wet Sounds entered a team in the 2nd Annual Texas Deer Association’s Brush to Bay fishing tournament in Corpus Christi Texas. 

The team consisted of two Wet Sounds members, and two of the best fisherman in the area, met up early Saturday morning to load the Mayek Boat fully loaded with the Wet Sounds gear:  Stealth Ultra 10 Sound Bar and two SW- 808’s.  Early on the crew felt it was going to be a great day, the winds where calm, the tide was right, and with great tunes, it was lip ripping time.
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Being able to fish as a part of your job, has to be one of the best things in life.  Being a professional tournament fisherman, however, is very different.  Our first stop, they simply dropped us off at a spot and said “walk till you drop, then step back 15 feet and fish”.  Needless to say, it was early we learned this was not going to be a slow day.

The first few spots yielded little success, but having split up, the Pros where able to land a nice sized flounder, and red fish, the tournament was simply the heaviest Red fish, speckled trout, and flounder.  We needed a nice trout to make the top three.
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With only two hours remaining before we had to be checked-in, and still no large trout, the Pros where in high gear as we raced to Oso Bay, an off shoot of the larger Corpus Christi Bay.  Once on the spot, it was like the boat was on fire how fast everyone jumped out, needless to say, the clock was ticking.

After 30 or so minutes shuffling our feet on the sand bottom, a few little specs started getting picked up.  This was a good sign as where you find little ones, the big ones are near.  “It was one of the most exciting times I’ve fished” Wet Sounds’ Inside Sales Andrew Olson later stated.  As within a few minutes of finding the fish, the sows followed.  For the next 30 minutes or so, the team landed one large trout after the next.  Including the 24 ¾” 4.5-pound tournament entry, the kicker fish.

Overall the team came in second place in the tournament with a combined weight of 15.58 pounds between the three fish.  It was a great day, with good times, tunes, and even better fish.  We cannot wait to go back next year.
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