Mayhem Tackle Company
Mayhem Tackle Company LLC is owned by Nick and James. Catfishing is who they are. There were a lot of factors that led them to create Mayhem Tackle Company, but the driving force was their passion for the catfishing industry. You can’t buy the smile and joy on a kid or even an adult’s face when they latch into a good fish. Nick and James want to help make that more and more possible for years to come by providing quality products and giving back as much as they can. Nick and James are here to supply you with the catfishing products you need to get that next trophy fish in the net. Customer service is their number 1 priority. While the company goal is to grow as much as possible one of the company’s biggest goals is to get as many youths into the sport as possible.
We do it for the love of fishing
Nick Wykoff - President
Nick is a catfishing enthusiast and Mayhem LLC’s founder. Nick has 10+ years’ experience as a general manager/minority owner in a small business setting. He is is excited to bring his skills to the catfishing market to take Mayhem LLC to the next level.
Nick believes in reliability, and dependability and wants Mayhem LLC to be the most reliable company they possibly can be.
Nick was born and raised in Clinton, Illinois and spends most of his free time on the water at the Clinton Lake, when his beautiful wife Kendra lets him.
James Gordon - Vice President
James is a catfishing addict and Mayhem LLC’s co-founder. James has 20+ years catfishing experience as he started chasing big cats with his uncles at a young age. He is very excited to bring his skills to the catfishing market to help Mayhem LLC to the next level.
James love for his family and the catfishing community is more than one could imagine. He loves to help anyone he can achieve success on the water, even if that means passing off his rod and reel to the guy next to him.
James was born in Illinois and spends most of his free time trying to get new people on the water. His dream someday is to run a youth catfishing summer camp to spread the joy and excitement he gets every time that rod folds over.