The day before competition began at Lake Okeechobee, a few FLW Tour pros visited Westside Elementary School in Clewiston, Fla. They read books and introduced kids to the sport of tournament fishing, along with the boats and equipment used by modern anglers. it's hard to say who had more fun, the kids or the grownups.
Danny White made the long run to the south end of sprawling Lake Kissimmee. As he refuels his Ranger for another high-speed race on day 2, White talks about how day 1 went and how he adjusted to finicky fish with a one-two lure combination that put a limit in his livewell.
JP Prouty took to Lake Okeechobee a day after missing the FLW Tour top 20 cut (by 1 pound, 7 ounces) to do a postmortem exam of his first-ever tour-level event. What he found, and what he didn't, will help him sleep better and have confidence in his decision-making abilities.
Okeechobee bass crash swimbaits in sparse cover and inhale craws and creatures that are punched through dense canopies of vegetation! Val Osisnki, owner of Gambler Lures and avid tournament fisherman, talks about the top choices for flippin' and swimming baits on the big lake.
Want to see how Drew Benton caught the majority of his winning weight this week? AnglersChannel Insider Vance McCullough was there, in the boat with Benton as it happened. The young pro gave a complete breakdown of his pattern, lure and technique.
24-yr-old Tour rookie Drew Benton of Panama City, Fla. caught a big Okeechobee bass with 7 minutes of fishing time left in his final day. The 7-pounder provided the weight he needed to win his first-ever tour-level tournament!
CBC and CATT Director Brett Collins joins us at Sportsman's Warehouse for a great look into some of the shallow baits you absolutley have to have this Feb on the Tournament Circuit. Very few give you the detail and inside info like Brett does...........check this out!!