Usually it’s veterans who find ways to grind out victories under tough conditions (and this past weekend was the definition of “tough conditions”). Yet, it was two rookies who found themselves handling Mother Nature the best and holding trophies. Needless to say, this past week’s weather was downright awful, and it obviously affected both the
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A couple weeks ago we were talking about how Mark Rose is the best angler on TVA waters. Now, he’s putting himself in the conversation as the best in the sport. Rose became the first back-to-back winner in the 20-year history of the FLW Tour after his win this weekend on Lake Travis (he won
Quick, what pro has the most wins on the Tennessee River lakes? First thought would probably be Kevin VanDam, and that’s a good guess. He does have the best average on that late in Major-level events (852.214) and three wins. But if you’re going for total wins, that title goes to Mark Rose. The West
Love it or hate it, Florida is the unofficial starting line for every tournament season. And while we have a looooong way until the finish line, several Alabama anglers have already jumped to early leads in the Sunshine State. Things got kicked off two weeks ago, when rookie Elite Series angler Jesse Wiggins showcased himself
Clark Wendlandt may have to hand over his nickname. For years, Wendlandt was known as “Mr. Beaver Lake” thanks to four consecutive top 10s – with a pair of victories – from 1999 through 2002. But with his now back-to-back FLW Tour victories at Beaver Lake, Matt Arey could easily be considered the new “Mr.