There have been some unlikely champions in our sport, but John Cox may be the most. That statement has nothing to do with his fishing ability. Just three months ago, Cox was ranked No. 1 in our sport after two incredible seasons of vying for the FLW Tour Angler of the Year title. What makes
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For three days it was Buddy Gross vs. everyone else. Then he made it very interesting on Day 4. A rookie on the FLW Tour, Gross had a 15-pound lead going into the final day of the tour event on Lake Pickwick. Basically, everything would have to go wrong for him to lose. Then, almost
Wow … just, wow. There have been some dramatic championship final weigh-ins in our sport. The one that took place yesterday at the Lake Murray Forrest Wood Cup is right up there with them. Steve Kennedy’s 20-pound bag, Casey Ashley taking the lead on a tiebreaker, Scott Canterbury’s lost 5-pounder that cost him the win,
After five straight months of Major events, July finally allowed the top pros to take a breather. We took a breath, too … well, at least from the articles. Rest assured, we added every tournament result we could into our database in the last month (so keep checking your rankings Minor, Regional, Women and College
Greg Hackney was just looking to cut a check. Well, he cut a big one. Heading into the FLW Tour event at Pickwick, Hackney said he simply wanted to make keep himself in contention to make the FLW Tour. But 45 minutes into his first day of practice, Hackney found the spot of a lifetime.