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Bass Fisherman Matt Lee Joins Mossy Oak Fishing Team

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Mossy Oak is excited to announce the addition of Matt Lee to the Mossy Oak Fishing Team.

Established this year in conjunction with the launch of Mossy Oak Elements Agua, the Mossy Oak Fishing Team is growing with bassmasters KevinVanDam, Jordan Lee, Ott DeFoe, Brandon Palaniuk and Gerald Swindle.

Originally from Cullman, Alabama, Matt Lee started fishing at a young age with his brother, 2-Time Bassmaster Classic Champion, Jordan Lee.  During his Junior year at Auburn he won the College BASS College Bracket which jumpstarted his career and allowed him to compete in the 2013 Bassmaster Classic. Now, Matt Lee competes on the Bassmaster Elite Series and continues to finish as one of the top finalists in events fished.

“Living in North Alabama, Mossy Oak has always had a huge presence,” said Lee. “It is a brand that everyone knows of and trusts in. Carhartt has been a title sponsor of mine from day one and just as Carhartt is a brand everyone can relate to, Mossy Oak is as well.  I'm pumped to see what the future holds for this new partnership and showing that Mossy Oak definitely is a lifestyle brand everyone should want to be a part of.”

“The professionalism and talent Matt displays event-after-event made us excited about partnering with him,” said Ben Maki, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Mossy Oak. “Adding him to the Mossy Oak Fishing Team was a must. He is a powerful player in his sport and a true ambassador for the sport and the Mossy Oak Fishing Team.”

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