Isla Moon named world’s highest-paid fisherwoman after making $4.5m from her creative content
The former neuroscience student’s journey began when she innocuously created an account on a popular social media and content creation platform during a routine class session.
A month later, Isla ascended to the ranks of the top 0.01% of creators, capturing the online world's attention with her captivating content.
Today, she holds the unique title of being the highest-paid angler in the world, despite the fact that her success isn't entirely defined by the fish she catches.
Isla Moon has become the world’s highest-paid fisherwoman - after making an incredible $.4.5m last year from posting cheeky angling videos online.
The 21-year-old, who has been a keen fishing fan since the age of five, began creating content online whilst studying neuroscience at university. After banking 12k CD in just 2 days she ditched her lab job as a research assistant and lab manager to focus full-time on providing her subscribers with weekly videos on how to improve their angling techniques.