Brother William Roberson “Envious” of Little Brother Chase Mundhenke’s Fishing Success
Auburn - Alpha Epsilon
13 February by Will Blakely
When Brother Chase Mundhenke (PC ‘18) became a new member of the Alpha Epsilon chapter this past fall, he immediately began to build a bond with his soon to be big brother, William Roberson (PC ‘17). This bond was built through a single common interest; fishing. The two live and breath fishing and have been doing so since they were young. Legend has it, Roberson even lost a piece of his index finger to an aggressive catfish. Last week, Mundhenke, a proud member of the Auburn Fishing Team, competed on Lake Seminole, placing 20th out of 173. This left him only 3 places and 8 ounces away from having qualified for nationals. When asked how he felt about his little brother’s success, Roberson responded, “One can only be envious of an opportunity to fish at this level. Nevertheless, I’m proud of Chase and hope he will attribute some of his success to his big brother and mentor.” He then went on to discuss the details of fishing for the remainder of our two hour interview.