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 Cal 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 surely will not disappoint, as it is pleased to announce what may be the most challenging and exciting Classic event ever.
SILVER BULLET ANGLERS OF THE YEAR- LINDSEY/SANDERS
From the opening bell at a wind-blown New Melones, to the maze of twists and turns they had to navigate through at the closing event on the California delta, this group of motherlode area competitors showed up in big numbers – all year long, averaging an impressive 80 boat field average for the year, making this year participation levels far and away the highest count since the FPT made its way to the central valley area.
"BACK TO THE DELTA"- FINAL "DELTA SWING" EVENT
STOCKTON, Ca – “Crunch Time” is officially here, and you can best believe that Future Pro Tour anglers are preparing in earnest for the final event in the FPT’s “Delta Swing” series of events, dubbed “Rollin on the River” an event which also happens to be the second to last event of the Coors Light Future Pro Tour’s 2015 season.
This event scheduled for Saturday, September 26th on the California Delta at Morelli Park, will see those teams with even the slightest hopes of making it to the 2015/2016 Future Pro Tour Classic championship, (which will be held the first week in March on Oroville and Bullard’s Bar) , "runnin and gunnin" and pulling out all stops, in an effort to make it to the FPT Classic and the “big show”.
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?
END-OF-SUMMER EXPO - GETTIN YOU READY FOR FALL!
MANTECA, Ca. – Its August, and we all know that summer will soon give way to the fall, marking the beginning of a transition period that is common amongst the fish and game western sportsmen target, and it is important to remember that this “summer-fall transition” is not limited to just on species of fish or one type of game.
So how can you as an outdoor enthusiast capitalize of the transitional changes to come?