Klinger, who was competing in only his fourth FLW Tour event, walked away from the $1.25 million tournament $200,000 richer. He will talk about how he fished and what led him to victory. Powers, who used a variety of methods to reach the finals, left Beaver Lake with $100,000 in his pocket for his second-place finish. He will talk about what worked best for him out on the water. Fukae, who is also competing in his first year on the FLW Tour, has already landed in the top 10 twice this season. He will talk about how he does it.
The show will also chronicle the exciting final day of the tournament, which started with seven anglers within 4 pounds, 1 ounce of the lead. Features include an on-the-water segment with two-time Wal-Mart Open winner Clark Wendlandt of Cedar Park, Texas, who fishes for Team Kellogg’s, and an advanced angling segment with Dion Hibdon of Stover, Mo. Hibdon is currently ranked 18th on the FLW Tour and won the FLW Tour Championship in 2000.
The Outdoor Life Network broadcasts “FLW Outdoors” every Sunday from 1-2 p.m. Eastern time and again on Thursdays from 5-6 p.m. Check local listings for show times and channels in your area.
Named after the legendary founder of Ranger Boats, Forrest L. Wood, FLW Outdoors is the industry’s premier provider of sport-fishing tournaments, including the Wal-Mart FLW Tour, the world’s most lucrative bass-fishing circuit; the EverStart Series, known as the gateway to the FLW Tour; the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League for weekend anglers; the Wal-Mart Texas Tournament Trail; the Wal-Mart RCL Walleye Tour, the world’s most lucrative walleye-fishing circuit; and the Wal-Mart RCL Walleye League for weekend anglers.
For more information, visit FLWOutdoors.com.