Nick Thompson

Nick grew up on a 12 acre farm in Michigan and began freshwater fishing at 3 years old. Some of Nick’s fondest memories were going around, knocking on farmer’s doors with his brothers and asking if they could fish their ponds. Nick moved to South Carolina to attend golf college and that’s where his saltwater fishing adventures began. Nick was hooked on saltwater fishing from that point on! As a former Firefighter/EMT. Nick had a lot of flexibility with his work schedule to learn and expand his knowledge and saltwater fishing skills.

After his time in the fire service, he moved to the Florida Panhandle and began fishing Destin, “The Luckiest Fishing Village in the World!” The species the panhandle has to offer are truly endless! Nick now Live streams his fishing adventures on Twitch and films Monday-Friday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. CST weather permitting. Viewers from all of the world can interact with Nick in real-time as they kick and watch the action as it happens! Nick’s live stream is family-friendly and educational for all ages and experience levels. Nick’s goal is to educate people around the world about fishing, no matter the age or skill level while hoping to create new anglers every day! Nick wants you to join him on his adventures and says “Bring the whole family to join in the fun as we are a family-friendly live stream. We use artificial lures and live baits (and of course FISHBITES)!

Become a part of his live streaming community and you can even choose which lure he uses, along with many other fun, interactive experiences. As a part of the live audience, viewers share their fishing stories and personal fishing knowledge, and we all share advice on the best products in the industry. He live streams both fresh and saltwater fishing, beach fishing, and both inshore and offshore kayak fishing from my Hobie Pro Angler Mirage 360! With a wide array of species in our gulf waters, you never know what we’ll catch on any given day. During his live streams, you’ll have a front row seat to every second of the action when we catch red fish, black drum, speckled sea trout, pompano, shark, sheepshead, king & spanish mackerel, tarpon, cobia, and many many more!”