Ray Brazier is a veteran tournament angler with twenty plus years’ experience. He gained
recognition in the early years as the engineer that could tweak a boat to its
fastest speed. He was surrounded by some of the fastest people in the world on
water such as Jerry Jaco and Darrus Allison. When B.A.S.S. introduced the WFC (World
Championship Fishing) of course, Ray was among those chosen. In the first
event, anglers fished the first half of the day and then with the same boat,
ran a slalom course, with the fastest time around the course winning the event.
That first WFC paid $200,000! For more than 20 years, he has made his living
exclusively through the fishing industry.