KastKing Adds Missouri Bass Pro
Mar 4th, 2021 by Keith Worrall
Modified Mar 4th, 2021 at 12:09 AM
Angling Pro Paul Davis Joins KastKing
Mizzou Grad moves up and makes the jump to KastKing reels, rods, and fishing line.
March 3, 2021 – Garden City, Long Island, NY) Pro Angler Paul Davis of Springfield, MO has signed with KastKing (www.kastking.com) and will fish MLF (Major League Fishing) bass tournaments exclusively with KastKing fishing reels, KastKing fishing rods, and KastKing fishing line.
Davis says, “I had been with another brand. I discovered KastKing products through KastKing Pro Angler Spencer Clark, who is very knowledgeable about the products. He puts a good image on the product name and what it has to offer. I tested a few KastKing products through Spencer and I was quite impressed with the quality of the rods and reels, along with the price point.”
Davis has been fishing the MLF Ozark and the Okie division as a co-angler and fished 25 events with three top-ten finishes.
As a tournament angler Davis fished on the College tour for Missouri State University for five years, fishing the FLW, ACA, and BASS college series, and competed in six national championships. He was on the board of directors for the team in his last two years. Paul Davis graduated from Missouri State University in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Conservation and Management with a minor in Sustainability.
“KastKing is delighted to have Paul Davis on the Pro Team,” says KastKing CMO Tom Gahan. “Not only for his fishing ability, competitive spirit, and geographic location but also for his leadership qualities that he exhibited throughout his college years.”
“I learned to lake fish on Table Rock,” adds Davis. ”It has such a vast variety of different fishing techniques that can be used, from power fishing shallow, to vertical fishing for bass up to 90 feet deep, so it has really helped with my growth in the knowledge of the sport. For my favorite fishing technique, I have landed in the middle and succeed in finesse power fishing for most of the year with small crankbaits or jigs in the clear water. When summer rolls around I enjoy deep cranking and throwing large swimbaits and worms on offshore structure.”