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Pro Kayaker Drew Gregory Featured on Discovery Channel

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For Immediate Release - Professional Kayak Angler and entrepreneur Drew Gregory will be featured on Discovery Channel's When Animals Bite Back program on Sunday, May 22, at 8 PM ET (re-airs at 11 PM). Gregory's now famous "Goose Attack" video, which went viral last year, will be one of the highlighted clips on the show.

The clip displays Gregory in the middle of a nice, peaceful fishing outing at St. Marks River in St. Marks, Fla., when suddenly an unsuspecting Gregory is attacked by a goose - toppling him and his kayak into the water. The video can be viewed at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cV4FCwtTEo.

"I literally had no idea what was going on, since the goose sidled up to me so quietly and attacked me from behind, which, by the way, is sort of a cheap shot if you ask me," said Gregory, recalling the event. "I mean, at least attack me face-to-face like a man!"

After going viral on the internet, Gregory's clip was featured nationally on The Jay Leno Show, The Today Show, Fox & Friends Morning Show, ESPN's SportsNation, The O'Reilly Factor, and America's Funniest Home Videos, among many others.



About Drew Gregory: Drew Gregory, known as "BasserDrew" to many, is a professional kayak angler and an expert in bass fishing America's rivers and creeks. Drew hails from Atlanta, Ga., and currently resides in Charlotte, N.C. He has been river fishing since he could handle a rod and reel, but for the past nine years has been pioneering the sport of kayak fishing in freshwater rivers. Standing up and fishing out of his signature series kayak, The Jackson Kayak Coosa, for smallmouth, largemouth and shoal bass is his passion. Gregory has logged more than 700 river kayak fishing trips and is the co-founder of RiverBassin.com and the River Bassin Tournament Trail (RiverBassinTrail.com). Visit www.DrewGregory.com for more information.

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