Captain Steve Bio

U.S. Coast Guard Certified Captain
U.S. Merchant Marine Officer
Only person to graduate in my class with a 100% at mariner school in Houston, TX
Licensed and insured, Red Cross first aid/CPR, Lifeguard
Former tournament champion
Missouri Master Angler
Fly fishing expert
Casting instructor
Captain for Healing Waters
Captain for Wounded Warrior Project
Two  grown boys in College

Im a life-long, self-taught fisherman. My obsession with fishing began as a small child when we would drive over a bridge and I could see the fishermen below on the water. As soon as I was able to walk, I was out the door and across the road to the river. When my mother realized I was gone she called 911 and told them, I know hes headed toward the river. The search party found me in a cornfield just short of the river bank and nearly two miles from home. I won my first trout tournament on a spinning rod when I was six years old. By first grade I was already out-fishing my father. My elementary years were spent hopping fences at farm ponds with my brother David to catch bass and catfish. By high school my brother and I had our first bass boat. From then on it was a trek across the Midwest fishing every body of water around from the Brainerd Lake area in Minnesota to the Missouri River and every lake in between.
Currently, in my free time, I enjoy taking veterans fishing and I fish all over the world. Some of my recent trips include fly fishing in Belize where I went Permit fishing and fly fishing in Alaska for salmon and Dolly Varden. I also had the opportunity to go fishing for Barracuda in the Bahamas. Every year I spend a week fishing in Canada for world class Northern Pike and Walleye with my friends and my boys.
My whole life revolves around fish and animals. As the co-founder and former chief field agent I for the Animal Protection Agency in Kansas and Missouri, I have handled, fed, and rehabilitated everything from copperhead snakes to bald eagles, snapping turtles and even coyotes. My work life is centered around locating and catching fish. You can find me any day of the week on Lake Taneycomo or Table Rock Lake. Hope to see you on the water!
Anglers Advantage meets Lake Taneycomo's Challenge Article By the Branson Courier


3000 Green Mountain Drive
Branson MO 65616

1656 Acacia Club Rd.
 Hollister, Mo 65672

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