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Kristine Fischer

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Born and raised in Weeping Water, NE, Kristine Fischer wasn’t one to adhere to societal norms. Growing up in a home unimpeded by the restraints of a television, she had a natural inclination towards the outdoors.

An avid angler, hunter and outdoorsman, Kristine spent a few years guiding both ice and kayak fishing trips back home in NE. Currently, she lives on the road where she competes in national level kayak bass tournaments and writes.

Her tournament records have proven that Kristine is a force to be reckoned with. She Boasts 3 national level wins and a 2nd in the 2019 season, and added another big win and numerous top tens in 2020. One of these wins secured her a spot on the USA team where she not only will be 1 of 7 anglers to represent her country, but the first female in the world to ever qualify for this prestigious event.

She will continue to compete at a high level, documenting her journey in hopes of shattering the negative stigmas associated with female anglers.

Most would say that fishing is her passion, but what really drives her is redefining the boundaries and pushing her own perceived limitations. She is an advocate for living in the moment and trusting in your passions of life, and hopes to continue to inspire others to “get outdoors”. She is also the co founder of WWFF, a non profit dedicated to teaching women how to get out and fish on their own.

In her time away from tournaments, you can find her in the woods, on hard water, or chasing elusive river musky.