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Hello all!

US Army Active Duty Warrant Officer - 19 Year Veteran

Past and Current Affiliations: BASS, Bass Federation and Fishing League Worldwide (TBF/FLW), American Bass Association (ABA), Fountain Valley Bass Club Colorado, Northern New York BassMasters.

20 years of bass fishing experience.
 

Quantum ProStaff Team
TH Marine ProStaff Team
Army Bass Anglers Coalition ProStaff Team
WOO Tungsten ProStaff Team

 

EQUIPMENT:

NITRO Z8
Mercury Pro XS 250
Twin Talons
Lowrance HDS 12 w/Structure Scan
Lowrance HDS 9 w/Structure Scan
In dash Lowrance 5
Hauled by Dodge 2500 Cummins Turbo Diesel
 

PROJECTED FISHING CIRCUTS 2018

Northern New York BassMasters
The Bass Federation - New York Division
RAM Truck Open Series, American Bass Anglers
Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open
 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook
National Pro Staff (NPS)
YouTube
Instagram
Angler Track

 

Favorite Waters

St Lawrence River, New York and Canada
Anywhere in Alabama!
Lakes Murray and Santee Cooper, South Carolina

Favorite Techniques

Frog
Buzzbait
Flippin and Football Jigs
Swimbait
Crankbait
Tube
Drop Shot

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Greetings Wayne St John , thank you for your service and Welcome to the forums :) 

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Thanks!

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Hello Wayne ~

Thank You for your service and Welcome to Bass Resource 

A-Jay

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Welcome, Wayne, and thank you for your service.

 

As a company commander in Viet Nam I loved my warrant officers.

 

We flew in their helicopters and buzzed the nationals; shot sharks in the beautiful waters off the coast; flew to Saigon for weekend trips; and saw the country from the air.

 

My transportation pool was headed by an old goat of a warrant officer and he was a trip. Brash, nasty, funny all rolled into one. We got along beautifully. But he made sure that I always had my jeep and my troops would always "find" a random radio antenna when mine broke or was stolen. Never knew where they got them but who cares?

 

Great having you with us. Can't wait to read your posts.

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Hello, Welcome and Thank You for your service. 

 

 

 

Mike

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Welcome aboard, Wayne!

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Welcome! :)

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Welcome to Bass Resource !!!

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Welcome!

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Howdy Wayne and welcome to our fishing family! Thank you sir for your service! 😎

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Welcome Home!  We're glad you're here.

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