Trenton Pittman

Covington, LA

At a young age, Trenton was able to fish with his dad (Jason) for both fun and for pleasure. With the help of both Trenton’s father and grandfather (Floyd), he was introduced to the love of the sport while fishing the bayous and rivers in Southeast Louisiana as well as on Toledo Bend where his family has a residence. It was through those trips that he began to gain the experience needed to compete in tournaments throughout the area and realize that he could in fact hold his own. While being a homeschooled student may not be for everyone, Trenton has not only enjoyed it, but has also been able to finish school early and still make time to fish over 150 days a year whether it was for fun or in a tournament. Since 2014, he has consistently earned top finishes highlighted by an Angler of the Year title in the Florida Parish Bass Anglers in 2015, 2016 & 2017, as well as a year-end 2016 Classic Title in the same club. Numerous other accomplishments have come in the last several years, but the knowledge that he has gained at such a young age will surely carry throughout the years and into whatever he feels God has in store for him.