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Proswimbaits Pro Staff - Randy CNota

Randy CNota

Randy Cnota grew up in California but spent most of his adult life serving in the Air Force at duty stations throughout the South.  In 1996 he started tournament fishing with a local Florida club.  In 1997 he won his first of six “Angler of the Year” titles.  During his AF career he created two B.A.S.S Federation Nation sanctioned bass clubs in Florida and Georgia.  Fishing his way up through the Southern Division Randy qualified for the TBF National Championship in 2008.  For this, Randy was invited to appear in an episode of the Southern Outdoors show which aired throughout the South.  Since 2009 Randy has competed in numerous FLW Everstarts, BFL’s, and TBF events. 

Since his retirement from the Air Force Randy has been a saltwater guide in Florida and a bass fishing guide here in Arizona since moving to Tucson.  In his first eighteen months living in Arizona, Randy competed in thirty tournaments winning seven of them.  He’s had twenty top ten finishes, placed in the money eighteen times and won “Angler of the Year” in the Patagonia Elites trail.




Proswimbaits Pro Staff Tommy Sendek

Tommy Sendek

Tommy Sendek lives in Tucson, Arizona where he is a junior and plays varsity football at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy. His passion for bass fishing began while looking through a Bass Pro Shops magazine and has now turned into a dream to fish professionally. He started fishing from the bank at local ponds and has now has upgraded to a loaded Nitro Z9. Tommy now fishes the Arizona High School B.A.S.S. Nation, Arizona High School Bass Federation, and other local tournaments.

In 2015, Tommy qualified for the Arizona B.A.S.S. Nation State team and fished the B.A.S.S. Nation Western Regional at Clear Lake in Northern California. He and his partner won the high school division beating teams from 9 other western states. The same year he qualified to fish the 2015 B.A.S.S. High School National Championship on Kentucky Lake where he and his partner finished in the top 50 out of 140 teams from across the country.

Looking into the future, Tommy plans to fish more tournaments in his high school career, then attend a college in the southeast that has a bass fishing team. Tommy really appreciates the support from his family which allows him to compete in tournaments