The New Future Pro Tour
Oroville Results Here
2017 FPT Schedule ANNOUNCED
2017 ANGLER'S PRESS OUTDOORS EVENTS ANNOUNCED
GET TWO REELS SPOOLED FREE AT FISHERMAN'S WAREHOUSE SAC!
As the 2016 Coors Light Future Pro Tour season comes to an end this Saturday at Lake Oroville, and Classic qualifiers look forward to March, where they will do battle with the world record spotted bass Bullard’s Bar is known for, Daiwa, the official reel of Angler’s Press Outdoors, and exclusive reel used by Bassmaster Elite Series champions Ish Monroe and Mike Iconnelli, would like to thank those that own Tatula series reels for being part of the Daiwa family.
To this end, simply go to Fisherman’s Warehouse – Sacramento, bring in your Tatula model reel (two-reel limit), and ask to have them spooled with either P-Line, Maxima, Berkley, Suffix, or Yozuri monofilament line!
This offer is for FPT members, and those that qualified for the 2016 Coors Light Delta Championship, as the Fisherman’s Warehouse staff will have a list of the names of current FPT members, and Coors Light Championship qualifiers - so your name MUST appear on the list in order to have your reels spooled.
This offer will expire on November 13th …so hurry!
Thank you all for a fantastic year!
Angler’s Press Outdoors
NICK LYNCH - NO LIMITS...NO BOUNDARIES
A noted and inspirational orator once stated that, “Those who define the diameter of your knowledge, also prescribe the circumference of your activity.”
This means to say that if you allow it, people will try to define for you, how much you should know (diameter), and in doing so can also cause you to adopt a “stay within the circle” mentality (circumference), causing you to limit your horizons and perhaps miss out on many opportunities.
But if you know anything about Nick Lynch, you know that the notion of “limitations” is not a word in his vocabulary.
LARRY AND RYAN ACCARDO TAKE DON PEDRO FINALE!
LA GRANGE, CA. - Extreme gusts of warm southern winds blew from 10 in the morning all the way until the final boats came to the scales at last weekend’s central region season finale on Lake Don Pedro as every one of the 55 teams that participated, reported that they experienced a seriously tough bite for quality bass.
Most commented that they caught tons of bass in the 5 to 12-inch range – but also experienced the frustration of catching “barely keepers” - that came few and far between, and making for an extremely long day on the water.