When you think about great father/son professional fishermen, the one you might think of first is Roland and Scott Martin. Or, maybe (the late, great) Guido Hibdon and his son Dion. While there are many out there, Flowery Branch is about to bring the next great father/son fishing team to the T-H Marine BFL Bulldog Division. And we are talking about a dad and his son who already have won Angler of the Year points races in their respective divisions. Roger Vinson, a long-time G
Flowery Branch angler and FLW Tour pro Rob Jordan, who also guides on Lanier, puts one in the boat at the prestigious All American at Cross Lake last month. Rob finished seventh and picked up a check for $11,000 (photo courtesy flwfishing.com) Rob Jordan’s hard work on and off the water gave him the opportunity to make a big move in 2018 Talks about “lessons learned” in first year on the big Tour For those of you who fish the BFL and dream about one day making the All America
Committed to the frog bite, Columbus’ Young Gun finished in fifth place, winning $13,000 and lots of respect He’s been a tournament fisherman for 12 years–and he’s only 21. Tyler Morgan, in his second consecutive T-H Marine BFL All American as a boater, felt great about his chances at Louisiana’s Cross Lake, where the prestigious tournament was being held. “I went to practice with my Dad for three days and we were catching 18 pound sacks on a frog,” said Tyler. “I told my Dad
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