WHEN YOU’RE SERIOUS, YOU NEED A PARTNER WHO IS JUST AS SERIOUS AS YOU ARE.
That’s why we we’ve partnered with brand ambassadors that share our same passion for the water and the tools needed to fully enjoy, explore and fish it.
Peter Miller is a nationally-renowned, two-time Emmy nominated television host. He is also a producer, spokesperson, philanthropist, professional angler and three-time world sailfish champion. Originally from Tappan, New York, Miller has solidified his career on the shores and waters that have made Miami famous. Raised in the Northeast, Miller initially moved to Miami to earn his marketing degree at the University of Miami.
While pursuing his professional interests, the avid fisherman founded his award winning “Get Lit” fishing team, with which he would go on to win or place in more than 120 high-profile billfish tournaments, including three World Sailfish Championships.
Most importantly, Miller is an outspoken wildlife and environmental conservationist, working closely with the Everglades Foundation, Captains for Clean Water and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Foundation; through his efforts, these organizations have been able to raise multiple millions of dollars for conservation. Furthermore, Miller has collaborated with local and national philanthropic organizations, including Make-A-Wish Foundation, Wounded Vet organizations and the National Down Syndrome Society.
GALE FORCE TWINS
Captains Amanda and Emily Gale were those South Florida kids who made home videos re-enacting movies with everyone in the neighborhood. Inspired by pleasure boating trips with their family, the twins asked to learn how to fish with a charter captain for their 13th birthday.
As pre-med student athletes in college, the twins worked a summer on a sportfishing boat and fell in love with the idea of a career on the water. First dubbed the “Gale Force Twins” as state champion pole vaulters in high school, the name is now synonymous with fishing content on YouTube and social media meant to educate, entertain, and explain everything someone needs for a day of fishing.