Limbless Fisherman

A man born with no limbs has fulfilled his dream of being a pro fisherman – and even competes in one of the worlds top tours. Clay Dyer, 36, has caught more than 7,000 fish while competing in the Bassmaster Open Series, a professional bass fishing tour across America. And he even refuses to use any available aids because he believes they give him an unfair advantage over the other competitors.

A man born with no limbs has fulfilled his dream of being a pro fisherman - and even competes in one of the worlds top tours. Clay Dyer, 36, has caught more than 7,000 fish while competing in the Bassmaster Open Series, a professional bass fishing tour across America. And he even refuses to use any available aids because he believes they give him an unfair advantage over the other competitors.

A man born with no limbs has fulfilled his dream of being a pro fisherman - and even competes in one of the worlds top tours. Clay Dyer, 36, has caught more than 7,000 fish while competing in the Bassmaster Open Series, a professional bass fishing tour across America. And he even refuses to use any available aids because he believes they give him an unfair advantage over the other competitors.

A man born with no limbs has fulfilled his dream of being a pro fisherman - and even competes in one of the worlds top tours. Clay Dyer, 36, has caught more than 7,000 fish while competing in the Bassmaster Open Series, a professional bass fishing tour across America. And he even refuses to use any available aids because he believes they give him an unfair advantage over the other competitors.

A man born with no limbs has fulfilled his dream of being a pro fisherman - and even competes in one of the worlds top tours. Clay Dyer, 36, has caught more than 7,000 fish while competing in the Bassmaster Open Series, a professional bass fishing tour across America. And he even refuses to use any available aids because he believes they give him an unfair advantage over the other competitors.