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Lisa Ingram
Texas Co-Angler Lisa Ingram

My name is Lisa Ingram.  I live in Hughes Springs, Texas. I grew up riding dirt bikes, playing various sports & of course fishing. Both my grandfathers were active fishermen. They fished therefore I fished. It was our means for food first, recreation second. I spent a lot of time on the Sabine River with trot lines and cane poles. A stocked pond also handy, you would find me and my brother agitating cottonmouths in our perch traps and wetting some hooks!

My true love for Bass fishing came from my husband Andy. He along with my daughter & family are my biggest supporters. Andy really gave me the encouragement to learn about this sport.

I am a retired Respiratory Therapist, mother to daughter Kadi, and a son Casey in Heaven. I came about the LBAA by accident really, looking for something to help with the PTSD. Denise Sustaita gave me the encouragement I needed to give it a try in 2015 and here I am writing this. I hope to help others understand that we must never give up! God always has a plan. My son died tragically in 2005 at 20 in a fork lift accident. I was diagnosed with PTSD shortly afterward. Support from my husband, daughter, family and all the friends both before LBAA and most definitely after, have made such a difference for me.

One of my favorite things to say to my children..."We must be humbled before we can rise."

I love fishing with Senko worms, frogs & dropshot!  My largest catch to date was 9.3 lbs bass that measured 25 1/2 inches. This hawg was caught on a green pumpkin Senko worm at Lake Fork.

I thank all my support team...God, Andy, Kadi & all my family & friends.

I am grateful & Blessed indeed.

My name is Lisa Ingram.  I live in Hughes Springs, Texas. I grew up riding dirt bikes, playing various sports & of course fishing. Both my grandfathers were active fishermen. They fished therefore I fished. It was our means for food first, recreation second. I spent a lot of time on the Sabine River with trot lines and cane poles. A stocked pond also handy, you would find me and my brother agitating cottonmouths in our perch traps and wetting some hooks!

 

My true love for Bass fishing came from my husband Andy. He along with my daughter & family are my biggest supporters. Andy really gave me the encouragement to learn about this sport.

 

I am a retired Respiratory Therapist, mother to daughter Kadi, and a son Casey in Heaven. I came about the LBAA by accident really, looking for something to help with the PTSD. Denise Sustaita gave me the encouragement I needed to give it a try in 2015 and here I am writing this. I hope to help others understand that we must never give up! God always has a plan. My son died tragically in 2005 at 20 in a fork lift accident. I was diagnosed with PTSD shortly afterward. Support from my husband, daughter, family and all the friends both before LBAA and most definitely after, have made such a difference for me.

 

One of my favorite things to say to my children..."We must be humbled before we can rise."

 

I love fishing with Senko worms, frogs & dropshot!  My largest catch to date was 9.3 lbs bass that measured 25 1/2 inches. This hawg was caught on a green pumpkin Senko worm at Lake Fork.

 

I thank all my support team...God, Andy, Kadi & all my family & friends.

I am grateful & Blessed indeed.