Department of Defense Contractors, Retired Army
Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ)
YEARS BASS FISHING
We both grew up hunting and fishing in Northern Arizona where we lived until we married in 1983 and the Army whisked us away to Europe. We traveled around with the Army until they docked us here in Copperas Cove. Team Loggains has been tournament fishing since 2000. We enjoy fishing as a husband and wife team on several bass circuits in the Central Texas area. We favor Christian circuits but will fish any circuit that is professionally run. Our home lakes are Stillhouse Hollow and Lake Belton. We are people with integrity, leadership, speaking and writing skills. We adapt to any situation very easily. Earl served 20 plus years in the Army which included deployments to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bosnia, and Iraq.
Pink Fishing, Kistler Rods, Front Deck Entertainment, Thrasher Sports Apparel, Texas Boat World, Line-X, Xtra Thin, Classy Cuts and Styles, and Refuge-Ministries.
Tournament Directors of the Cowboy Church Christian Bass Club, Central Division, TuffMan Circuit, Fishing for Freedom, Soldiers on the Water, and we are currently “planning” to fish the Triton Owner’s Tournament, McDonalds Big Bass Splash, to name a few.
Our desire is to share our knowledge and experiences of the great outdoors that Texas has to offer with others. We have been blessed with the opportunity to enjoy what God has made available and we work very hard to support and promote the conservation of the great outdoors. We are vigilant in aligning ourselves with others that have the same goals. For our future generations, what we do now matters.
Why we want to be involved in Pink Fishing;
We think it is GREAT to have a platform that uses the gifts that God has given us to help get the word out about early detection of breast (or any) cancer. Having a scare myself a few years back and watching many friends of mine go through the battle, it is really fulfilling that we are not just sitting on the side lines watching. We are truly helping to “Real in the Cure”.