Meet Dianna Montgomery – Pro Angler Fisher

Dianna Montgomery - Pro Angler - Two Rivers FordHere at Two Rivers Ford, we’re involved with numerous different organizations. Dianna Montgomery is a pro angler fisher who is part of a fishing team we sponsor.

Dianna is from Lebanon, Tennessee and has been fishing since she was a young girl with her father. She credits her father for her love of fishing. It wasn’t until she met her husband, Eric, that she found her passion for tournament fishing. Her first tournament was the Women’s Bassmaster Tour back in 2008. Since then, she’s made many friends and her knowledge of fishing continues to grow. We asked Dianna to answer a few questions for us to get to know her as more than just a great pro angler!

How long have you lived in Tennessee? I’ve lived in Tennessee my entire life.

What’s your favorite Middle Tennessee sports team? The Tennessee Titans!

Do you have a nick name? How did you get it? My nickname is Red. I got it because my hair is red.

Where’s your favorite place to fish? Kentucky Lake

Dianna Montgomery with a fish she caught - Pro Angler - Two Rivers FordWhat’s the biggest fish you’ve ever caught? The biggest fish I’ve ever caught was 9 pounds!

What do you like to do when you’re not fishing? When I’m not fishing, I’m working outside either in my flowers or in the garden with my husband, Eric.

Is there anything special we should know about you?  I’ve been married for 10 years to Eric Montgomery and he is my favorite fishing partner. I have three sons: Chaz Montgomery, Jason and Austin Thompson. I also have 5 grandchildren: Dalton – 11, Cameron – 10, Elizabeth – 9, and identical twins Griffen and Fenton – 1. I love tournament fishing in a male dominant sport. I have learned a lot from them and have made a lot of great friends!

Why Trade In My Car?

New Ford F-150 - Why Trade in My Car

A new car is great but it’s even better if you have a trade-in to go along with it. Throughout the process of determining whether you need a new car, the question “why trade in my car” may have popped up a few times. Here at Two Rivers Ford, we have the answers you’re looking for.

Cars are lasting longer and longer thanks to advances in engineering, manufacturing, design, and materials. Eventually, the time will come when it’s time for a new car. One of the benefits of having a trade-in is that the value of that car can be negotiated separately or deducted from the new car’s price. The price you get for your trade-in can vary but to determine you trade-in car’s value, consult Kelley Blue Book.

Trading a car in for a new model at a dealership saves time and money. The other alternative to trading a car in at a dealership is to sell it privately. Depending on the car, price, and area you live, that could take months and that’s not time many drivers have to spare. To get a new car quickly, take your trade-in to the dealership and drive off the lot in a new car.