Team Notorious 2007 Resume


Brian Medearis

Cell: (281) 467-0485

I am a current member and competitive angler in the Southern
Kingfish Association and the Wal-Mart FLW Kingfish Series.  These are the two
largest competitive Kingfish tournament trails in the country.  I am also a
current member and competitive angler in the Texas Kingfish Association.  Along
with tournament fishing, I also keep an active membership with the Recreational
Fishing Alliance, Costal Conservation Association, and compete in the CCA Texas
& Louisiana Star Tournament.  With the great success that I have had fishing
within these organizations and the opportunity for making life long friendships,
I will be able to promote, advertise, and represent your company and the
products you sell in a way that will positively affect your organization,
employees, customers, and your image as a whole.  I am a very outgoing and
motivated individual who loves to network and build new relationships that bring
people and businesses together.  With your company as our official sponsor I
will promote you in anyway possible; on our custom-wrapped boat, our website,
clothing attire or in any way that you feel necessary to positively affect your
business or organization.  I establish partnerships that last for a lifetime.








I am a native Texan and was born on January 26, 1975 in
Houston.  On August 5 of 2000 I was humbled to marry my high school sweetheart
Kayleigh Robertson of Spring Texas.  We were blessed with a beautiful baby
daughter on October 13, 2004, Bryleigh McCall Medearis.  When I am not
competitively fishing I spend all my spare time with my wife, daughter, family,
and friends.  Family time is extremely important to me.  I love to workout, play
golf, go surfing, travel, meet new people, and explore new places and
opportunities. I graduated from Pearland High School in 1994 and enrolled in Jr.
College that fall semester.  After completing two years of junior college I
entered into the Conrad Hilton College of Hotel Restaurant Management at the
University of Houston.  I am currently self-employed.  I have been in the
restaurant and bar business since 1999.  My greatest business accomplishment to
date was to create a business plan so that I could successfully build and
operate a full service Mexican food restaurant and bar from the ground up.  I
did this with great success.  Our restaurant seated over 300 customers and at
times I employed over 80 employees on the payroll.  For my self, this was an
opportunity of a lifetime.  No amount of training or school could have provided
me with the multitasking and networking skills that I developed and sharpened
throughout this time.  When you operate a business like this, customer
satisfaction is everything.  There are many pieces to the puzzle which makes
micro managing, multitasking and networking a must.  For my self, the restaurant
was not only a place to serve food, it was a place where deals were created and
dreams became a reality.
2004 Tournament Highlights


June 18-24, 2004

by Jack Holmes

ISLAND, TEXAS – The Notorious team took the gamble of making a long run on
Sunday even though they knew the scales would open and close early. "We knew
that we would have only a couple of hours to fish making the run we did but
after only finding a small fish on Saturday we knew we had to roll the dice,"
explained Brian Medearis. "We fished a clay pile by ourselves and at 11:20 she
hit a cigar minnow. We couldn’t find live bait so we had to chum heavily." It
was their first tournament on the SKA circuit and the first event they’ve fished
in a long time. Their efforts won them a 21′ Yamaha powered Contender boat with
a McClain Trailer.  Team members James & Dorothy Medearis both received top
honors for Senior and Lady Angler.

52.96lb Kingfish – 1st place overall


In 2004 we
qualified to fish the national championship and were invited to become part of
and fish on the Yamaha Kingfish Professional Tour, we had earned our Pro Card.

2005 Tournament Highlights


By Jack Holmes
Notorious picked up fourth with a 34.10. Brian, Brent and James Medearis, Kevin
Conway and Keith Traylor fished in blue water. "We had some motor problems which
we addressed in the morning then checked out," said Brian. It obviously didn’t
hurt their performance scaling a 30-pounder on day one. On day two the team
bettered their score scaling a 34.10. "We went right back to the same spot the
second day and got her on a long line blue runner."

In 2005 we
qualified to fish the national championship and were invited to become part of
and fish on the Yamaha Kingfish Professional Tour; we earned our Pro Card the 2nd
year in a row.  James Medearis earned Top Senior Angler honors from this
Division fishing with Team Notorious which qualified 13th for
2006 Tournament Highlights

FLW Kingfish Series, Gulf Coast Division – 2006 Statistics


Weight of
largest day’s catch:
34 lbs, 7 oz (Galveston, TX)

In 2006 we
qualified to fish the FLW national championship out of Orange Beach, AL.
2007 Tournament Highlights

Brian Medearis’ Team Notorious scored a sixth
place finish with a 37.91lb King out of Galveston, TX.
Team Notorious is on their
way to Nationals for the 4th consecutive year in a row!

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