Paul Trevino, a native South Texan, brings a diverse mix of business and public service. While having attended the University of Texas Pan American in Edinburg, Texas he was hired in the manufacturing sector for a NAFTA-based twin-plant corporation servicing both the U.S and Mexico. During this time, Paul’s public service was primarily focused in sports as a Youth Soccer Coach with the U.S Soccer Federation in the early 1990’s. Paul would later change career paths into the medical field in order to service occupational injuries for local manufacturers.
He has worked in medical administration over the past 17 years in the McAllen, Texas, area. In this time, he would help build one of the most comprehensive multi-disciplinary and multi-specialty occupational medical facilities in South Texas. He has received National Business Advisory and Leadership awards, and later accepted an internship program to become a Board certified Orthopedic Physician Assistant in 2009. His love for soccer would turn to fishing.
His fishing career started when a renowned fisherman instructed him in the art of fly fishing in the gust-filled salt flats of South Texas. While primarily a saltwater fly fishing enthusiast, Paul also competes in fishing tournaments. He has notable 1st place tournament wins in various Fly Fishing Tournaments throughout Central and South Texas as well as a top three finish at the Texas International Fishing Tournament (TIFT).
These days, he serves on Fishing Tournament Boards for the University of Texas-Pan American Bronc Athletic Department as well as the Edinburg Children’s Hospital Foundation. He pursues a crusade for fishing conservation and loves bringing the sport of fishing to kids and parents throughout Texas.
Additionally, Paul is the McAllen, TX Fishing's Future Master Angler.