About Josh Dunlap
Areas of Expertise:
Started fishing: I have pictures of my brother and I catching Steelhead Smolt in Oregon at age 3
How often do you fish: Around 100 days per year.
Favorite place to fish: Ensenada, BC
If you could only fish one set-up with one lure, what would it be and how would you fish it: Revo Toro Winch with 80lb. braid to 40lb. fluorocarbon mounted to a 9’ meat stick winging a sledgehammer into bad neighborhoods
Biggest Calico Bass: 9.3lbs
Biggest Sandbass: Plenty of monsters that never got weighed
Biggest Spotted Bay Bass: Around 3lbs
If you have a fishing “goal”, what would it be: To be able to fish effectively as long and enjoy it as much as Jack Sowell
Boat / Motor: 18ft. Century / 115 Yamaha
Sponsors: Pink Fishing, Berkley, Abu Garcia, Fenwick, Spiderwire, Big Hammer, Booya, Avet, Unigoop
Articles & Publications: Tuna Fishing Basics for the Private Boater
About Karl Erbacher
Areas of Expertise:
Started fishing: 3 years old, I still remember my first largemouth Bass….Thanks Dad!
How often do you fish: 65 days per year
Favorite place to fish: Catalina Island
If you could only fish one set-up with one lure, what would it be and how would you fish it: Revo Toro 50HS with 80lb. braid to 40lb. fluorocarbon mounted to a 8’ Heavy Action rod throwing a sledge Hammer or a Strike Pro (PATRON)
Biggest Calico Bass: 8.97lbs
Biggest Sandbass: 6.4lbs
Biggest Spotted Bay Bass: 3lbs
If you have a fishing “goal”, what would it be: Pass the love of fishing on to my kids
Boat / Motor: 15ft. Boston Whaler / 50hp. Honda
Sponsors: Berkley, Abu Garcia, Fenwick, Spiderwire, Big Hammer, Booya, Avet, Unigoop, Pink Fishing
Team Salty Statement
What being a member of the Pink Fishing Team means to me.
First off it is a huge honor for me to be part of such a dynamic team of caring individuals. I have seen the selfless effort brought forth time and time again by so many involved with Pink Fishing that it makes me smile each time I think of the difference it makes. I never truly understood the pain and suffering cancer brings to each and every person affected until I received a call late one night in November of 1996 from my sister telling me to go see my mom in the hospital. The next morning I was at the hospital and got the news it was cancer that had progressed rapidly, and was now untreatable. Within four short months all my sisters and I were at my mom bedside when she passed. I never got a chance to fight this horrible disease with my mom, to help her beat the disease. The cancer just took her from us, this was very tough to handle. I went on with my life, but have always felt like I never did enough to stop this horrible disease. This is what Pink Fishing has given me a new chance to fight. I want people to ask me what Pink Fishing is when they see me wearing a hat or shirt. I want to share with them what Pink Fishing does, and how many lives are touched in such a positive way. I want to show people that cancer can be beat, and it only takes people who care.
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