His motto is "If I Can, You Can" and when you hear the back story of Christian Evangelist, motivational speaker and professional bass angler, Clay Dyer, that saying is all you need to know.

His website, clay-dyer.com, tells the story of this remarkable man of God and talented fisherman best:

Clay Dyer was born on May 23, 1978, without any lower limbs, no arm on the left side and a partial arm on the right. However, these limitations did not dampen his determination and positive spirit.

Clay began fishing at age 5.  A natural competitiveness became evident early. Clay never allowed his physical disabilities to be an obstacle and began competing in fishing tournaments at age 15. He fished with FLW from 2000 to 2010 and began his career with BASS in 2012.

Clay spends the majority of his time sharing his life experiences through motivational and leadership presentations to various companies, charities and churches.

Publicity Photo from clay-dyer.com
Publicity Photo from clay-dyer.com
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Tonight at 7:00 pm, Clay will bring his motivational message of salvation and little green fishes to Open Range Fellowship at 9950 Highway 80 in Greenwood.

This is a free event and if there's any way you can make it, you certainly want to be there as it could be the catalyst that changes the rest of your life.

Just look at what Clay has been able to accomplish and while you watch, remember that motto, "If I Can, You Can."

Don't cheat yourself out of this incredible night. It's absolutely free and watching this video could show you what you're in for.

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