The New Future Pro Tour
2015 FPT Classic Championship venue set - with $25,000 big fish bounty offered
SACRAMENTO, Ca. - From its inception, the Future Pro Tour has made a point of presenting its anglers with challenges designed specifically to help them develop their bass fishing skills in a fun yet competitive environment.
From the very first FPT Classic in 2003, which saw qualifiers compete in a “split venue” format on Folsom Lake on the first day, and the California delta on the final day, FPT anglers have come to expect the unexpected, which for many, has done much to help prepare them for “next level” competition. And the 2015 Coors Light Future Pro Tour Classic will be no exception, as it is pleased to announce what may be the most challenging and exciting Classic event ever.
SEASON OPENERS! - NEW MELONES - BERRYESSA
SACRAMENTO, Ca – The opening act of the Coors Light Future Pro Tour’s 2016 season set to get under way in a little over a month, EVERYONE is anxious to see just how cooperative Lake Berryessa and New Melones' huge population of largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass will be when the wrath of over a hundred teams laced with a double dose of “cabin fever”descend upon them like the plague.
And though everyone will be looking for the big females to be up and ready for their annual pre-spawn ritual, most will tell you that just being on the water - on opening day of the FPT season, is what will make these events special. For veterans and long time members of the tour are always excited about the season openers, as it represents to many, over a decade of friendly rivalries, the reuniting of friends, and a day of excitement that is comparable to opening day of the baseball season.
EARN CASH REWARDS!
rAM TRUCKS - GUTS-GLORY - CASH REWARDS PROGRAM
As If owning the best-in-class tow vehicle on the road wasn't enough, NOW owing a RAM truck, test driving and RAM truck, or simply visiting any RAM dealership can pay BIG CASH to those particpating in FPT events during 2016! Here's how the program works:
Aidan Lesieur - The new kid in town...and on a mission
In today’s world it is not uncommon for kids to spend all day looking into some type of video screen of fast moving images, fixated, and seeming to be totally detached from the entire world around them.
After all, what could be better to fill a day than to watch the latest group of Avengers take on the latest group of super-villains, or reaching Level 17 in latest version of “Zombie Mania” via a Play Station monitor?