Kyndal has been fishing since she was old enough to know how to hold a rod. Her Father taught her how to fish when she was just four years old! The two of them would fish off their back porch catching largemouth bass in the canal behind the house. As she got older she would spend holidays with her Grandfather "Poppy" at their house on Lake Panasoffkee. Thei they would enjoy catching bluegill and stumpknockers. Her family moved to Tennessee when she was relatively young. So she spent most of her years growing up in East Tennessee. She still however managed to fish ponds with her dad. Her true passion for fishing kicked in when she moved back to Florida four years ago. When she moved to New Smryna she got the opportunity to inshore fish with her now fiance. It took catching one red fish for her enjoyment of fishing to turn into an obsession. She spend any day that she is not working in the laboratory chasing after reds, snook and trout. She loves feeling the strength and power of these fish and then safely and properly returning them to their environment. She is a big believer in taking care of the resource and respecting the fish we catch. She loves learning about fishing and tries to turn every trip on the water into a learning opportunity so she can become a better angler.