My name is Zack Reboulet. I first placed a high school angler with a college program in 2018. Since then I have helped multiple high school anglers get to the next level of their fishing career. I have become an expert in the recruiting process of collegiate sports through my years of experience as a college baseball player. I played 4 years of baseball at the collegiate level going through the recruiting process three separate times in my career. I attended the University of New Orleans (Div 1), University of South Carolina at Salkahatchie (JUCO), and Indiana University Southeast (NAIA). Through this experience I became an expert in the art of recruiting. I began bass fishing when I was 4 years old in my grandpa’s backyard pond. I was lucky to have grandparents that lived in Florida and would fish every morning I could when my family was in town. Ample amounts of 5lb and 6lb bass had me hooked. I went on to graduate high school in 2013 and accepted a scholarship from the University of New Orleans to play baseball. My fishing lifestyle was put on hold for four years. The day my baseball career ended fishing was back in my life. I dove into the fishing industry headfirst and learned everything I could. I realized that high school anglers all over the country needed help with their recruiting process. There was an instant synergy between my experience in recruiting through baseball and the fishing industry. Since 2018 I have been helping high school anglers find the college fishing program that best fits them.
My name is Austin King. I started helping Zack with Top Tier Fishing in 2019 and I am truly blessed with the opportunity to help young anglers reach the next level. I started my college career playing college basketball and I hid my extreme obsession with fishing in the dark. This was a blessing in disguise because it gave me knowledge on how recruiting platforms worked and the ability to see the vast potential for young anglers in the fishing industry. I also fished in college and started my own college fishing team after giving up my basketball career and began to chase my true passion. This was a bumpy road because my college did not help my team and it was all on me to succeed. After enduring the hardships that come with an expensive sport like fishing, I understand the financial and time commitments that loomed over my fishing career. With the opportunity to be a part of Top Tier Fishing, I can help kids avoid this fate and find the best college for their fishing needs. I think the opportunity to get a fishing scholarship on TTF is second to none and it satisfies me to help kids feel as comfortable as possible as they begin their college fishing experience.