The perfect storm may be the beginning of the end for BFL tournament anglers. What happens now? It’s a sad day for weekend tournament fisherman. It’s hard to believe, but the emergence of MLF combined with the death of Irwin Jacobs has created a perfect storm for FLW to follow in the direction of B.A.S.S. I think this will take professional fishing further away from the weekend anglers and closer to only the “elite” level pros. Like Jerry McGinnis’ purchase of B.A.S.S. many y
Tournament officials hoping to dodge hurricanes and dragon boats Tough bite at the state’s biggest lake awaits Bulldog Divsion’s top pros Estimates to win range from 25-30 pounds over two days for boaters and 17-20 pounds for co-anglers If you are fishing the T-H Marine BFL Bulldog Division Super Tournament on Lanier this Saturday, you’d better be flexible. And, if you’ve decided to fish up the river, you might have a tough time getting around the Dragon Boat races. Yes, Dra
Blue Ridge Native Nails a Top Ten at Cross Lake Ellijay’s Heath Pack had fished only 11 FLW tournaments before he qualified for the T-H Marine BFL All American. But he’s made the most of them. Heath has 6 Top Ten finishes, one tournament win (Hartwell in May) and won more than $20,000. More than that, he finished 9th in this year’s All American, catching 39 pounds of bass at Cross Lake in what is perhaps the most prestigious and long-standing tournament for weekend anglers. H
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