A tailgating lifestyle for BASS angler

When a man is young and single the only real necessities in life for shelter are “warm and dry.”   Brandon Palaniuk is one of the young and rising anglers on the BASS Elite Series.   He hails from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and spends more than 200 days a year on the road and a long way from home.

Traveling from lake to lake chasing bass can become and expensive venture when you’re shelling out cash for lodging.

Palaniuk has solved the issue and given himself an opportunity to talk more about his lead sponsor, Toyota Trucks.

“It’s the Tundra Suite,”  said Palaniuk. “It’s all the comforts of home and I’ve spent more time living there than most any other spot.”

Click the “Live Audio” icon above to hear Brandon show off his digs.





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