Clay Dyer, born on May 23, 1978, has overcome incredible challenges to become a professional angler. Despite being born without lower limbs, with no left arm, and only a partial right arm, Clay’s determination and positive spirit shine through.Starting fishing at the age of 5 and competing in tournaments at 15, Clay has earned the respect of his fellow anglers on the pro circuit. With over 200 bass tournaments under his belt, Clay has emerged victorious in approximately 20 state bass tournaments.Beyond his fishing career, Clay dedicates his free time to being the national spokesperson for C.A.S.T for kids and serving as a fishing guide for disabled and terminally ill children through the United Special Sportsmen Alliance. Additionally, Clay shares his life experiences through motivational and leadership presentations for various companies, charities, and churches. His influential story has been featured on ESPN, Fox, CNN Headline News, the Outdoor Life Network, The Outdoor Channel, Fox Sports South, Charter Sports South, and CBS. As a testament to his inspiring journey, articles about Clay have been published in USA Today, Newsweek, BassMaster, FLW Outdoors Magazine, Sports Spectrum Magazine, and the Baptist Standard.