PREP SPORTS: BEARCATS FINCH, JOHNSON, DUELAND, GLASSCOCK AND WHITNEY SIGN ON WITH WALLACE, AUBURN, MONTEVALLO
The Cullman Fishing program will also take a hit as three seniors move on to compete at the next level this fall. A long list of accolades has been put together by the three anglers, starting with David Dueland. In his years on the team, Dueland was a member of the 2017 B.A.S.S. Nation Smith Lake Regional Championship team and finished ninth individually, was a member of the 2017 B.A.S.S Nation six-man State Championship team, placed 11th in the 2017 Wheeler Lake Regional, was a member of the 2018 Lake Guntersville Regional Championship team and currently sits at 14th in the B.A.S.S Nation Angler of the Year standings.
Dueland is going to miss having some familiar people out on the water with him but for the most part he doesn’t expect a huge change in what he does when he starts fishing for the Falcons.
“Most of it will be the same, not too different. One thing I will miss is my uncle fishing with me all the time, he helped me to become the fisherman that I am,” Dueland said. “He would take me out on the lake and I don’t get that in college. We have to go out on our own and find fish on our own which is kind of what I’m doing right now but he still helps me a little.”
The thing that Dueland is most excited about is getting the chance to continue competing with a couple of the same guys he’s been fishing with in high school.
“It means the world to me,” Dueland said. “I’ve always dreamed about doing it and I’m finally here.”
One of those teammates joining Dueland is Cameron Glasscock. Glasscock has built up a long list of accomplishments as well, finishing sixth in the 2015 State Championship, being a member of the 2017 Smith Lake Regional Championship team, a member of the 2017 six-man State Championship team, 2017 10th place Angler of the Year, finishing fourth individually in the 2017 State Championship, being a member of 2018 Lake Guntersville Regional Championship team and finishing sixth individually and is currently ranked 10th in the 2018 Angler of the Year standings….Full Story and Photos