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What does it take to become a Pro Staff Member?
« on: February 08, 2009, 11:38:52 PM »

I have developed an interest in guiding in a few years and possibly fishing some semi hi profile tourneys.  I am not wanting to change careers but would definately be able to offer time, experience and the ability to speak in public, etc.   I am not a professional fisherman, just a competant one.  I could however sell snowplows in florida.  Just curious.

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Re: What does it take to become a Pro Staff Member?
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2009, 01:51:38 AM »

I might not be the best one to answer your question on become a pro staff member since I just got my first pro staff this week, but I will give it a try. You have to start out small find a company that you can feel good about their stock. If you use their gear then you are one step closer to get in with them, if not then get to know what they carry and use it. Now send them a letter of introduction / resume, and be honest with them, tell them what you can do for them and what you have done in the fishing world. If your lucky you will find the right company and they will help you get going in the world of pro staffing.

later after you have shown them what you can do for them, you can go out and find other sponsors to join with. one good thing to remember do not tell them what you want let them tell you what they want to offer you.
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