Watch for media at every appearance you make; introduce yourself and ask how you can help.
When pro staff managers consider new talent, they often consult with the media.
While you’re waiting for your Goldilocks moment, a lot of bad things can happen.
What good is media exposure if your sponsors don’t know about it? They hire you to get exposure and help them sell product, but many sponsors are not very savvy when it comes to media.
One of the things that can separate a good how-to story from a great one is the difference between telling someone (the writer and the audience) how to do something and showing a person how to do it.
If you’re like most professional anglers, you haven’t won back-to-back Bassmaster Classics or caught an all-tackle world record of a major species. You probably haven’t dined with the President of the United States and you don’t host a television fishing show that regularly gets more than a million viewers.