FORT SMITH, Ark. – PRADCO Fishing recently added Florida professional angler and B.A.S.S. Elite rookie Cliff Prince to its pro staff, joining the likes of Alton Jones, Edwin Evers, Matt Reed and his Palatka, Fla., neighbor from down the street, Terry Big Show Scroggins. Prince has been fishing all his life and tournament fishing for 20 years. In 2011, he placed fourth in the points for the Bassmaster Southern Open Circuit and won Angler of the Year, Northeast Region Florida B.A.S.S. Federation Nation, in 2009 and 2010. He placed second at the 2009 Bassmaster Southern Open on Santee Cooper and fourth in the 2010 Southern Open on Lake Seminole.
His recent domination of the Sunshine State makes puts Prince in position to cash some checks immediately in the 2012 season since the first two tournaments are on basically home water, the St. John’s River and Okeechobee. In fact, Prince grew up fishing the St. Johns, and as expected lists sight fishing as one of his strengths. He’s not one-dimensional, though, and loves to punch mats, drop shot and the other techniques that make up a versatile angler. Prince is married with two children, all of whom love to fish.
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