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Old 05-25-10, 05:27 PM   #1
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Arrow NEW REVIEW: Clay Dyer's Biography

Hi Guys,

I want to share something special with everyone...

I recently read Clay Dyer's biography titled, "The View From Down Here Is Just Fine".

This book has made a major impact on my life, and I think it will impact your life as well.

Read My Review of Clay Dyer's Biography

Read my review about the book detailing his awe-inspiring story of fishing professionally with no limbs, and the overcoming of obstacles he's had to face.

There is a very inspiring video posted as well...

Thanks and take care,

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Old 05-25-10, 06:04 PM   #2
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My cousin, a former professional baseball player, is a sales rep for a major golf company and has been to a zillion motivational speakers in his life. He is, by nature, a cynic and hard to impress.

Clay Dyer spoke to his company and my cousin was blown away! The kicker is... My cousin has never touched a fishin rod in his life, much less ever fished!

A truly impressive young man... looks like a great read.
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At this year's Bassmaster Classic in Birmingham, John and I both had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Dyer. Only briefly, but we each got to speak with him for a couple of minutes. While at the Expo, I got autographs from and spoke to Rick Clunn, David Fritts, and Tim Horton, in addition to Clay. I tell you the truth, getting Clay's autograph and being able to speak with him wasa bigger thrill to me than all the rest combined. He's genuinely a good, inspirational person. I'm definitely going to check out his biography.
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At this year's Bassmaster Classic in Birmingham, John and I both had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Dyer. Only briefly, but we each got to speak with him for a couple of minutes. While at the Expo, I got autographs from and spoke to Rick Clunn, David Fritts, and Tim Horton, in addition to Clay. I tell you the truth, getting Clay's autograph and being able to speak with him wasa bigger thrill to me than all the rest combined. He's genuinely a good, inspirational person. I'm definitely going to check out his biography.
We met him at the Pittsburg Classic. He a great guy. I really admire him and would love to go fishing with him one time.
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