Jeremy Meier aka MidTNKayakAngler


Born in Southwestern Indiana, Jeremy grew up fishing as a major part of his life. Living mostly in southwestern Indiana until his career took him to many places including Jacksonville, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia, Huntington, West Virginia, Florence, South Carolina, and now Nashville, Tennessee where he plans to stay. Jeremy and his wife spend close to one thousand hours on the water a year mainly targeting Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted Bass, Hybrid, and Striped Bass in the river systems of Tennessee. Other species that they target are Crappie, Catfish, Blue Gill, and Trout. Multiple trips are made yearly to fish salt water in Florida, to Trout in the Ozarks. Jeremy enjoys taking people out on the kayaks and introducing them the beauties of nature. Jeremy enjoys writing, and publically speaking. He is a team member of KBF Unleashed Team, Hook 1 Crew, and State Representative at River Bassin.com.

Contact: MidTNKayakAngler@Gmail.com

Accomplishments

20th Kayak Bass Fishing – Awful August

8th Kayak Bass Fishing – Fall Finale

3rd Place CKO Kayak Fishing Tournament

7th Place Bass Pro Shops River Bassin Stop Nashville

7th Place Kayak Fishing Slam Guntersville, Alabama

Currently 1st in the Tennessee Kayak Anglers Creel Challenge

Family: Sarah (wife), Ady (dog)

Hobbies – Disc Golf,Shooting, and Camping

Favorite Water – Any that Flows

Favorite Structure – Submerged trees

Favorite Lure – Spinnerbait

Watercraft – Hobie Pro Angler, Hobie Revolution 13, Wilderness Systems Tarpon 120, Wilderness Systems 160i, Jackson Coosa

Paddle – Adventure Technology Fish Stix

Reels – Shimano

Rods – Various

PFD – Kokatat Ronin

Comments
  1. John Kilday says:

    Jeremy, I saw your posts over at Tennessee River Fishing site. Great site you all have here!

    I’ve been wanting a kayak for some time now & am wondering if there’s any way for me to try one out – as you know there are a lot on the market, plus I’ve only fished out of one once while at my folks’ winter place in Florida – some style of Hobie that isn’t even a ‘fishing’ kayak. I welcome any advice! John

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