Almost since the day he was born there was nothing that Clay wanted to do more than to become a professional fisherman.
From the time he was five years, he would spend hours each day with a rod and reel practicing the perfect cast. Fishing was Clay’s world. After school. On the weekend. Anytime he could get away, he was in the water trying to catch something.
And his practice seemed to pay off. He could cast with pinpoint accuracy. He could do it all — overhanded, sidearm, even flip-and-pitch. Those who knew Clay best would brag that he could cast a 1/4-ounce metal fishing lure into Styrofoam coffee cup from 50 feet away. His skills were impressive.
Especially considering how Clay was born.
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