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RANGER PROS: ALL THEY DO IS WIN
Bryan Thrift tops field at Cumberland FLW Tour
So long as Bryan Thrift fishes the FLW Tour, for anyone else, winning a tournament will never come easy. Winning means beating Bryan Thrift. Beating Bryan Thrift is a feat.
Ronnie McCoy wins Costa FLW Series at Santee Cooper
Before the Costa FLW Series Southeastern Division event on Santee Cooper began, there was a little saying going around that was the tipoff for an impending slugfest: Bring ’em big, or bust.
Ronnie McCoy of Lamar, S.C., took that adage to heart.
JORDAN LEE WINS 2018 BASSMASTER CLASSIC
With his victory, Jordan Lee becomes the youngest angler to claim back-to-back Classic wins and is just the sixth angler with multiple Classic titles.
Jones gets the win on Grand
Christopher Jones edges fellow Ranger pro Jeff Sprague to strike gold on Grand Lake in a dramatic tie-breaker.
Meador claims co-angler title on Grand Lake
Steve Meador claims co-angler title at Grand Lake Costa FLW Series event.
JOHNSTON WINS FLW TOUR AT HARRIS CHAIN
Teamwork and a fellow Canadian helped him earn his first Tour-level win.
OMORI CLAIMS FIRST ELITE SERIES OF 2018
Texas' Takahiro Omori caught 59 pounds, 8 ounces over four days to secure his second Bassmaster Elite Series win, this one on Alabama's Lake Martin.
Jason Akins: Zero to Hero
Jason Akins zeros on day 1 at Lake Havasu, but solid draws on Days 2 and 3 vault him into the winner's circle - and a new Ranger Boat.
CO-ANGLER WILSON POPS HIS WAY TO TEXOMA WIN
Arming himself with a shad-colored Strike King KVD Splash, Wilson caught all of his final-round keepers on the noisy topwater. Essential to his success was a healthy dose of impatience.
CHRISTIE CONQUERS ST. CLAIR
Catching a drum isn't usually much of a reason for a bass fisherman to get excited. They don't count in a bass tournament, and they can waste valuable fishing time while the angler fights and lands them.
Smith sweeps tough Clear Lake
Bryant Smith had finally had his fill of getting beat because of the way he likes to fish and decided to do something about it. That “something” was a key bait change that led the Castro Valley, Calif., resident to his first pro victory with a three-day total of 53 pounds, 15 ounces in the Costa FLW Series Western Division event presented by Evinrude.
Lahr and Skarlis collected $14,700 in winnings, including $12,000 in cash, the $1,000 Ranger Cup contingency.
REYNOLDS CLOSES STRONG AT TEXOMA
Despite Lake Texoma’s meteorological mash-up, which brought three days of varying weather conditions, Jeff Reynolds of Calera, Okla., managed to establish the consistency he needed to win the Costa FLW Series Southwestern Division event presented by Frabill.
NELSON TRIUMPHS ON CHAMPLAIN
Weighing 18 pounds, 9 ounces on the final day, Ron Nelson of Berrien Springs, Mich., totaled up 54-9 for the win in the Costa FLW Series event presented by Power-Pole on Lake Champlain. The win is Nelson’s second at the FLW Series level, and he triumphed over a Northern Division record field of 195 boats.
HARAGUCHI HAMMERS AGAIN
Gary Haraguchi has had a heck of a season on the water. Just last month the veteran co-angler finished off the FLW Tour Co-angler of the Year title and followed it up with a top 10 in the Costa FLW Series Northern Division opener on Champlain. This week at the 1000 Islands, Haraguchi kept rolling with big bags the final two days to earn his first Costa FLW Series win.
ATKINS TOPS 'EM ALL AT FLW CUP
Justin Atkins weighed 21 pounds, 5 ounces on day one of the 2017 Forrest Wood Cup at Lake Murray to take the early lead. After a brief stumble of “only” 15-14 on day two bumped him back to second place, the young Alabama pro stormed back on Sunday with the largest bag of the tournament, a whopping 22 pounds, 1 ounce, to earn the first win of his career.
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