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Team Beretta Shooter Anthony Matarese, Jr. Named Most Interesting Sportsman in the World by Fin & Field

Who’s the Most Interesting Sportsman in the World? Fin & Field is setting out to answer.

Outdoor outfitter resource Fin & Field has kicked off their Most Interesting Sportsman in the World campaign by recognizing Anthony Matarese, Jr. for the inaugural award in the Spring of 2016.

Anthony is the youngest inductee to the National Sporting Clays Association Hall of Fame, only one of two people in history to win the Sporting Clays U.S. Open and the Sporting Clays National Championship in the same year, and has won more world championship open medals than any other American. Anthony is part of Team Beretta and is an active brand ambassador.

While sporting clays may be his claim to fame, it is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to his passion for outdoor adventures. Growing up in southern New Jersey, on a hunting preserve, young Anthony had a hands on education from his dad in running a hunting & shooting club. His family opened one of the first sporting clays courses in the U.S. it set him on a path to becoming one of the best sporting clay shooters in the world. Anthony also started his shooting school, A.I.M. Shooting School at M&M Hunting Preserve & Sporting Clays in New Jersey. He also owns the Reel Chaos, an offshore sportfishing boat proven by recent tournament success.

Read more about Anthony and his story on the Fin & Field blog, and be sure to learn more about the 25,000 operators listed across the US and the tools you need to search, compare, book and share your outdoor experiences.

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Team Beretta Shooter Anthony Matarese, Jr. Named Most Interesting Sportsman in the World by Fin & Field