July 30, 2021
Some pros call it the “panic box,” their go-to techniques and lures for when the clock is ticking, and time is running out. For Clark Reehm, who splits much of his time between the LSU-mad state of Louisiana and the Friday Night Lights of Texas, it comes down to a football analogy.
“In every single tournament, or even on guide trips, there will be a two-minute drill,” the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit competitor stated. “When there’s not much time left, all of us have a set of plays we pull out to try and score.” The goal may be to try to catch a kicker or fill out a limit, but it usually requires a winnowing of his tools and a refinement of...
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