Day 1 from the FLW Tour stop at Beaver Lake is in the books, if you missed the live weigh in on FLW Outdoors here are a few of the best quotes from the stage and a few comments from us. With just under a six pound gap between the top spot and 50th place don’t count anyone out.
Quote of the day…” It’s Beaver Lake so anything can happen.” [..]
With a myriad of color choices for the tournament angler to choose from, one can understand why so many find themselves second-guessing the color selection when tournament day arrives. This is a particularly daunting task for the new tournament angler, who is also dealing with water coverage, boat handling, and time management, and keeping things simple can go a long way to building success on the water. [..]
TULSA, Okla. (April 10, 2013) – Major League Fishing announced today that Livingston Lures – a maker of exceptional, technologically advanced baits – has signed a multi-year contract to sponsor the league’s Cup and Select events.
“This is a strong commitment from a company within the fishing industry, and we couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Livingston Lures to Major League Fishing now and in the future,” said Major League Fishing General Manager Jim Wilburn. “We have a product in Major League Fishing that is growing stronger in the marketplace every day, and Livingston Lures is a growing company with a great future. This is an excellent partnership.” [..]
DUO Realis, one of the Japan`s top lure companies, is proud to announce signing of Casey Martin, one of FLW`s breakthrough stars of season 2013.
Casey has seen tremendous success on FLW Tour his rookie season as a pro in 2013 leading him to the one of the most dominating wins in the FLW Tour history at Lake Chickamauga. Casey finished with a four-day weight total of 103 pounds, 3 ounces, giving him the second-largest total tournament weight in the history of the Walmart FLW Tour. [..]
Lucky Craft USA Pro Brent Ehrler explains how to fish the LC 1.5DRS. Deep Rattle Sound or DRS refers to a single knocker internal rattle. Using a single knocker in the bait makes a “click-click-click” sound instead of the “sh-sh-sh” sound made by BB style rattles. More and more professional anglers are turning to the single rattle style baits. [..]