This Weeks Progressive Bass Wrap Up Show features Highlights from the Triton Boats Owners Tournament on Kentucky Lake, The Big Bass Tour event on Clarks Hill, The Bassmasters Classic on Grand Lake and the Warriors on the Water event.
The 2016 Season of the Progressive Bass Wrap Up Show kicks off this Saturday only on the Pursuit Channel!! Tune in to tournament coverage highlights from the Anglers Choice, American Bass Anglers, Carolina Bass Challenge and the Alabama Bass Trail Tournament circuits!
Tune in Saturday at 3:30pm EST, and Tuesday at 1:00pm EST! IF you live in the Carolinas or in Texas you can also catch us on Time Warner Carolina on Sundays at 8:00am EST and Time Warner Texas on Sundays at 7:30am EST.
See and hear Bassmaster Elite Series Pro David Walker tell the story of how he rescued a boatless boater from the frigid waters of Lake Hartwell during practice for the 2015 Bassmaster Classic. The boarding ladder on Walker's Ranger boat was, litterally, a life-saver.
"I've held more than a couple of town hall meetings before and rarely have I seen so many pick up trucks waiting in the parking lot for me to get done," joked Jacksonville's Daniel Davis. "I know I'm not the most popular person in the room." His good humor was enjoyed even by those opposed to him in an emotional meeting. Several members of Save Rodman Reservoir addressed Davis during this meeting in Palatka, Fla. regarding the proposed breaching of the Kirkpatrick Dam which forms Rodman Reservoir.
Local pro Brandon McMillan knows Lake Okeechobee, and its bass, well. He placed 6th in the recent Rayovac FLW Series event by using a 'one-two punch', combining a couple of effective techniques. Hear him tell about it in this video.
One of the biggest personalities to emerge at the top pf the Rayovac FLW Series leaderboard this week was Joe Holland. The gregarious pro from Jefferson, Maine found the type of consistency that eluded most anglers. He spent the week near the top of the field where he finished - 3rd place. In this video Holland shows us how he got it done.
What do you do when your dad makes one of the most effective jigs for fishing reeds and other heavy cover? You use it! "I don't try to use a bunch of different techniques," says Brandon Medlock, "I try to keep moving and find fish that will bite what I'm using." This week at the Rayovac FLW Series on Okeechobee Medlock finished 2nd out of 250 boats on the strength of his laser-focused game plan - and a brand new version of the Double Guard Flippin' Jig that will be called the Thunder Dome. Check it out!