Mike Iaconelli is a professional bass fisherman (BASS Elite Series angler), television personality, and podcast show host from Pittsgrove Township, New Jersey. He was born on June 17, 1972. He and his wife Becky have four children. Mike Iaconelli, whose nickname is Ike, is an Autism Light because of his concern to raise awareness for autism. He becomes the first professional fisherman to appear on Autism Light. His name will be placed today on the Autism Light Sports Page, along with other athletes that have been recognized through the years.
In November 2009, Mike Iaconelli cut off his famous beard and he sold it on eBay with the proceeds going to the New England Center for Children, a school for autism in Southborough, Massachusetts. See Ike Auctions Off His Lucky Beard on eBay for Autism Charity for more information on this charitable news.
The following is a YouTube video where Mike Iaconelli explains about his lucky beard helping an auction charity.
Fishin' with a Mission: The auction Mike Iaconelli did to benefit autism was utilized to further the efforts of the Fishin' with a Mission decal program that is led by Eli Delany. More information on this autism awareness initiative of Fishin' with a Mission is at www.mylittlebuddysboat.com.
Television Show: In 2017, Mike Iaconelli started the Going Ike television series on the Pursuit Channel.
Wikipedia: Visit the Michael Iaconelli Wikipedia Page for more information on this Autism Light.
Social Media: For more information on Michael Iaconelli, follow him at these social media channels.
- Facebook Page for Mike Iaconelli
- Twitter @mike_Iaconelli
- YouTube Channel for Mike Iaconelli Bass Fishing
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