Ranger Pro Terry Bolton Wins FLW Tour Season Opener on Sam Rayburn  Ranger pro notches first FLW Tour win   FLIPPIN, Ark. (January 15, 2019) – Ranger Boats Pro Terry Bolton brought in a total of 91 pounds, 3 ounces, to win the FLW Tour season opener at Sam Rayburn, January 14. The victory marks Bolton’s first FLW Tour win after competitively fishing the tour since its inception. Bolton won the $100,000 first-place prize along with an additional $25,000 in Ranger…

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FishUSA Welcomes Kayak Bass Angler and Educator, Gene Jensen, to Pro Staff   FAIRVIEW, Pa. [January 15, 2019] – FishUSA®, America’s Tackle Shop®, is proud to welcome Gene Jensen to its Pro Staff. Jensen will join fellow bass and kayak angler, Chad Hoover, and Great Lakes open water anglers Pete Alex, Tony Roach, and Ross Robertson, as the newest spokesperson and collaborator on the dynamic team. Also known by his wildly popular moniker, Flukemaster, Gene has amassed an extensive following…

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Evinrude Angler Has First Career Win at the FLW Season Opener at Sam Rayburn Reservoir   STURTEVANT, Wis., January 15, 2019 – Evinrude announced today that Evinrude professional angler Terry Bolton won the first Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) event of 2019, held January 10-14 on Sam Rayburn Reservoir in Brookeland, Texas. This was the Benton, Kentucky resident’s first win after 24 years on the Tour. Bolton’s total of 91-pounds, 3-ounces edged out fellow Evinrude anglers Bryan Thrift and Jim Tutt, who came in third…

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View this email online Many catfish anglers across the spectrum look forward to winter fishing. It is a time when catfish tend to gather together in deeper holes in search of warmer water. According to many, wintertime fishing provides an excellent opportunity to catch a personal best. It you don’t like fishing in the cold, it is also an excellent time to try a new destination, as witnessed in this month’s issue of CatfishNow. Catfish ConnectionsWelcome to a new year…

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Positioning for the Future Park Falls, WI (January 14, 2019) – St. Croix Rod CEO Paul Schluter announced a planned transition of leadership to St. Croix Team Members on January 3. Sometime in 2019, Schluter will step aside from his current role with the Park Falls, Wisconsin-based company. Paul will continue serving as a member of St. Croix’s Board of Directors, guiding strategy and monitoring performance, along with his sister Pamela Smylie, and brothers Jeff and Dave, and Chairman, John Smylie.…

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