Brothers In Bass • The Direction
True best friends are hard to come by in life. Especially the ones that stick with you for nearly a lifetime. Sometimes they are found in your family, but other times, your passions bring you to people to who are likeminded. This is how Mark Stowe and Brian Estridge met, at the boat ramp. They have fished tournaments together for longer than their kids have been alive, and are “thick as thieves” so to speak. For the first time, Mark convinced Brian to come out and film a show with him, all the while catching a ton of crappie on their home lake of Taylorsville Lake. There is no telling how many fish these two have caught together, but one thing is for sure, they are sure to have a good time, anytime they step foot in the same boat.
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