Edwin Evers Net Worth

Edwin Evers Net Worth:
$2 Million
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Edwin Evers Net Worth: Edwin Evers is a American professional angler who has a net worth of $2 million. Edwin Evers was born November 30, 1974. His favorite lake is Lake Amistad, Del Rio, Texas and his least favorite body of water, in terms of fishing, is the Arkansas River. When asked his favorite bait/lure, he simply says that his favorite bait is whatever he can catch fish with at the moment.

Edwin Evers is a pro in the Bassmaster tournament series. A native Texan now residing in Oklahoma, Evers has spent enough time on enough lakes to get extensive knowledge on angling equipment and techniques. The always humble angler frequently shares his advice on gear and technique with his fans. Evers started bass fishing at the age 10 when his dad gave him a Christmas gift of a guided trip on Lake Stockton in Missouri where he proceeded to catch fish on a buzzbait. He entering bass tournaments at the age of 13, fishing out of a one-man boat on Lake Worth in Texas with the Denton County Bass Club. He turned pro when he entered his first B.A.S.S. Invitational Fall of 1997, but in his third year of fishing the Invitationals, he made the Classic and landed his first paid sponsors-Evers finally felt he had made it on the professional level. Evers says if he were not a professional bass angler, he would probably be a coach in football, basketball and track. He says his biggest obstacle as a professional angler is juggling the travel schedule and time away from my wife, Tuesday, and their children.

Edwin Evers Net Worth

Net Worth:$2 Million
Date of Birth:Nov 30, 1974 (46 years old)
Place of Birth:Louisiana, Missouri, U.S.
Profession:Professional fisherman
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