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There was a time when Travis “T-Bone” Turner was afraid to pull back a bow. That was long before making a name for himself as a world champion 3D tournament archer and hunting personality on popular Realtree TV shows and videos, of course. But when Turner was 10 years old, his dad bought him a bow for having good grades in school.
“It was a 45-pound recurve and I didn’t have the strength at the time to pull it to full anchor,” Turner says. “Like so many people, I had a bad experience being introduced to archery. I went through the motions, but convinced I just wasn’t strong enough to pull a bow, I put it down pretty quickly.”
It’s been 10 years since Jacob Wheeler fished in his first professional tournament, and despite the hard work and challenges that come along with the profession, Wheeler says he never gets tired of it. Perhaps it's because the sport of bass fishing is constantly changing.