Jarrett was your typical little boy, loved fishing and being outdoors. Fast forward a few years and Jarrett catches the Colorado state record for Largemouth Bass. This would be a big deal for anyone, but for this 17 year old it was the jump start he needed. After fishing many club tournaments and any other tournament he could get his hands on, Jarrett's dream came true. He was now part of the ESPN Bassmaster Top 150 Series at age 22. At age 25 he was the youngest to qualify for the Bassmaster Elite Series and was now a professional who toured and fished full time all over the US. Then the unexpected happened.
During a tournament in Georgia Jarrett felt a lump above his left collarbone. A few weeks later he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma Cancer. He then had a new goal to reach…beating cancer. After a year battle which forced him off the Bassmaster Elite Tour Jarrett underwent several intense months of chemotherapy and radiation. Once the treatments were finished Jarrett got the best news of his life, he was now cancer free. Today he spends several months each year inspiring Cancer patients across the country. Using the worst experience in his life to help motivate others through their toughest battles is what Jarrett Edwards is all about.
With Jarrett's near death experience it motivated him to fully live his new dream career in the TV Media field…Today at age 35 Jarrett host "Jarrett Edwards Outdoors" National TV. JEO is an award winning multi-species freshwater fishing show which airs 52 weeks per year in the US, Canada and Mexico. For the past 8 years the show focuses on the very best fisheries and personalities (Both fishing and celebrity) to give you the viewer the very best fishing information possible. Each show is jammed packed with cutting edge fishing techniques all the while filmed in multi camera HD production with live underwater divers and aerial videography. You can catch the show weekly on The Sportsman Channel, World Fishing Network and Altitude.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Jarrett Edwards Outdoors - Gander Outdoors 400 - Netflix
The Gander Outdoors 400 is the second of two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stock car races held at the Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania, the other being the Pocono 400. Starting in 2007, the race was moved from its traditional July date into August, swapping dates with the Brickyard 400. In 2008, Sunoco, the official NASCAR fuel supplier, based in Pennsylvania, and the Philadelphia region of the American Red Cross, agreed to sponsorship of the race and charity events to benefit the American Red Cross South Pennsylvania-Philadelphia region. It marked the first time since 1996 that the event carried a title sponsor. Camping World took over title sponsorship of sponsorship through its Good Sam Club in 2011. The race was a 500-mile (804.672 km), 200 lap event from its inception in 1974, through the 2011 race. On August 10, 2011, it was announced that both Pocono races would be shortened to 400 miles (643.738 km), beginning in 2012. The Bowling Proprietors' Association of America, through its marketing arm Strike Ten Entertainment, signed an entitlement sponsor for the 2013 and 2014 editions. In 2015, Microsoft signed a one-year deal to title the event with its' new Windows 10 update, and in 2016 the race returned as the Pennsylvania 400. In early-July 2017, the Marine and Watersport franchise Overton's signed a three-year deal to sponsor Pocono's second race weekend through 2019, which includes not only the Cup race being renamed the Overton's 400, but the 150-mile Camping World Truck Series race will be known as the Overton's 150. However on February 6, 2018, the speedway announced that Gander Outdoors will sponsor the race with the Gander Outdoors 400 as well as the Camping World Truck Series race with the Gander Outdoors 150. The Overton’s sponsorship was transferred to the Chicagoland race.
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