News about Tom

2 New Sponsors!

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

I am pleased to announce 2 new sponsors; Lowrance and Roboworm. I have been using these products for years. Please check out www.lowrance.com and www.roboworm.com to learn more.

lowrance

roboworm 

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Media Services

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Commercial Shoot.

If you are looking for Professional Commercial Filming Services please contact me to discuss your project.

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New Sponsor - Phenix Rods!

Monday, January 28, 2013

Very excited to fish Phenix and offer my Guide Trip Clients an array of well balanced high performance bass rods. Please visit East County Bait and Tackle here in San Diego to see the whole Phenix Rod lineup.

www.phenixrods.com

www.eastcountybaitandtackle.com

ICAST-Phenix

   

I made the Top 40 list!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

by George Kramer-

It’s been brewing for some time, but the steadily-rising career of Auburn’s Cody Meyer has culminated in his being named the Number One angler on the 2012 California ‘Top 40′ Bass Anglers List.

26. Tom Lowery, San Diego—Guiding success, as well as consistent team results get him on the list.

read more here...

http://kramergonefishing.com/2012/11/12/top-40-meyer-rated-californias-best-in-2012/

   

TomLoweryFishing and Captain Clowers Join Forces

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

I am really happy to announce I am joining forces with my lifelong friend Captain Alan Clowers. TomLoweryFishing is now offering  FULL SERVICE SALTWATER FISHING TRIPS.

San Diego Bay has a large variety of fish to catch, you can catch up to 75 fish a day (on a good photo6
day). The bay is a nice place to take your kids on a trip to teach them the basics of catching fish.
The species in the bay consist of; Spotted Bay Bass, SandBass, Halibut, Corbina, Bone Fish, 
Mackeral, and many other great fighting and eating saltwater fish.  You can also venture outside 
of the bay to the kelp beds where you'll find; Yellow Tail, Calico Bass, Bonita, Barricuda, and 
Alan's personal favorite - White Sea Bass. A bit further out, are the Coronado Islands where you'll 
find; some of the same above mentioned kelp fish and even some Yellow Fin Tuna. And at the 
Outer Banks there are; Albacore, Bluefin, Yellow Fin, Dorado, Mako and Thresher Sharks.

Give us a call to plan your trip! 

   

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