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Name: Jason Kiser
Hometown: Columbia, Mo
Hunting specialty: Bass Fishing, Deer and Turkey

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I have been hunting since I was 14 years old. I am a retired professional umpire. I was in pro baseball for 11 years and now retired. Since my retirement I have been employed with the Show Me State games in Columbia as the competion cordinator. I also have a deer mineral business, called ShowMe Mineral.

I am an avid deer hunter and love to put meat in the freezer, I love to shoot slickheads!! I have recently been filming all my hunts and have a lot of great hunting footage on tape. 

My real passion is to bass fish tournaments with my biggest bass being 7.37 pounds, I am also on Ardent Reels field staff.


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