Rachel Uribe

KPT 2022


In Her own words:

When you see me, I am always having fun and always
smiling; because there are no bad days when you are fishing. I am excited to be a part of APEX and looking forward to building something that will be sustainable
for years to come on the West Coast. It will be good to have a professional series that anglers have to qualify for and get kicked out of, it they don’t perform.


San Diego, CA


Two-time college national championship qualifier, runner-up Oroville WWBT Pro/Am, creating memories and spending family-time fishing

Behind the angler:

Alex’s father had a fishing rod in his hand as soon as he
could walk. He was on deck as his father’s tournament team partner by the time he was in 4th grade. Following his college graduation, he entered his first professional tournament with the WWBT.

In the Kayak:

Shallow-water power fishing is Alex’s first choice. Reaction lures–crankbaits, spinnerbaits, buzzbaits, smaller swimbaits – fill his lockers. Flipping plastics also hold a large space of their own.