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  • How Lowrance Helped Clent Davis Win the Forrest Wood Cup

    How Lowrance Helped Clent Davis Win the Forrest Wood Cup

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    He started the final day in 10th place – the final angler to make the cut. He was nearly five-pounds behind the leader before he caught the tournament’s biggest bag and won the event by over seven-pounds. Here, he reveals how he used Lowrance’s technologies to make history in Arkansas.

  • CONGRATS YO-ZURI PRO CLENT DAVIS FOR THE 2018 FORREST WOOD CUP WIN | FINAL RESULTS

    CONGRATS YO-ZURI PRO CLENT DAVIS FOR THE 2018 FORREST WOOD CUP WIN | FINAL RESULTS

    I don’t believe that I just won this,” said Davis, a former FLW College Fishing standout for the University of Montevallo. “I almost walked away from professional bass fishing last year. I was burned out on fishing. I sold all of my gear – my boat, all of my rods, my reels, every piece of equipment that I had. It wasn’t from failure, it was because I was burned out

  • YO-ZURI PRO CLENT DAVIS WINS 2018 FORREST WOOD CUP

    YO-ZURI PRO CLENT DAVIS WINS 2018 FORREST WOOD CUP

    FLW Tour pro Clent Davis of Montevallo, Alabama, brought a five-bass limit to the scale Sunday weighing 17 pounds, 13 ounces – the heaviest limit weighed in the three-day event – to earn the win at the 2018 Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Ouachita. Over three days, Davis amassed 15 fish totaling 36 pounds, 13 ounces to edge out second-place angler Cabela’s/Bass Pro Shops pro James Niggemeyer of Van, Texas, by 7 pounds, 4 ounces and win the $300,000 top cash prize. The tournament featured 56 of the top bass-fishing anglers in the world competing for professional bass-fishing’s world championship.

  • Alex Davis Leads Day 1 of the 2018 Forrest Wood Cup at Lake Ouachita

    Alex Davis Leads Day 1 of the 2018 Forrest Wood Cup at Lake Ouachita

    The world’s best bass anglers launched on Lake Ouachita in Hot Springs, Arkansas, Friday to kick off the 2018 Forrest Wood Cup, the world championship of professional bass fishing. The three-day event, which awards a $300,000 top prize to the winner, featured a full field of 56 anglers competing today and Saturday before being cut to the final 10 on Championship Sunday.

  • 2018 Forrest Wood Cup Day 1 Results

    2018 Forrest Wood Cup Day 1 Results

    “I moved out of my ‘best’ area and fished some new water and managed to catch three, which put me at four fish. On the way back to check in I decided to stop at the one brush pile that I knew of that was close to the ramp. I literally pulled up, made one cast, hooked my last keeper, got him in the boat and said ‘let’s go’. It was either my biggest or second-biggest fish of the day.” Davis said he caught his fish Friday on three different baits, specifically mentioning a drop-shot rig and a Zara Spook, but declining to mention his third bait that he said was ‘different’.

  • Frogg Toggs will outfit14 of the Major League Fishing Select & Cup Pro-Anglers throughout 2019

    Frogg Toggs will outfit14 of the Major League Fishing Select & Cup Pro-Anglers throughout 2019

    frogg toggs® will be just about everywhere you look in 2019 including a new Outdoor Channel’s Major League Fishing partnership. frogg toggs® will be outfitting 14 of the Major League Fishing Select & Cup Pro-Anglers throughout the 2019 season scheduled to air in January 2019.

  • 2018 Details for Ranger Cup University Released

    2018 Details for Ranger Cup University Released

    Payouts, discounts available to both ACA and FLW affiliated collegiate bass anglers have more opportunity to cash in on tournament success in 2018 thanks to the continued support of Ranger Cup University. The contingency program, designed by Ranger Boats exclusively for college anglers, is free of charge and open to any college angler, regardless of the brand of boat they own.

  • WWBT | Ranger Cup Sanctioned Events

    WWBT | Ranger Cup Sanctioned Events

    WWBT | Ranger Cup Sanctioned Events

  • 2017 Ranger Cup University Team of the Year Challenge Won by University of North Alabama

    2017 Ranger Cup University Team of the Year Challenge Won by University of North Alabama

    Collegiate anglers take home $2,000 and other prizes in winner-take-all challenge FLIPPIN, Ark – Sloan Pennington and Hunter McCarty, collegiate anglers from the University of North Alabama, won the Ranger Cup University Team of the Year Challenge in a winner-take-all, made-for-TV event on Texas' Lake Fairfield. The tournament, which utilized a rules format where all legal fish are weighed and released from the boat, pitted the North Alabama anglers against a team from Kansas State University.

  • Highlights from the FLW Cup 2017 | Cobb Top-10

    Highlights from the FLW Cup 2017 | Cobb Top-10

    Brandon Cobb, one of the in-state favorites, made his third consecutive Cup top 10 this week with a variety of baits. His primary tool was a Yo-Zuri Hydro Pencil, which is actually an inshore walking plug, but he replaced the stock saltwater hooks with lighter-wire freshwater models. On the final day, he added a Yo-Zuri 3DB Pencil in prism ghost shad and Yo-Zuri 3DR Pencil in glass minnow, and wound up catching most of his keepers on a Zoom Super Fluke in a shad pattern with glitter. A last-ditch effort on day three to fill his limit with a drop-shot produced only a catfish.

  • 2017 Forrest Wood Cup | Lake Murray | Winning Moment

    2017 Forrest Wood Cup | Lake Murray | Winning Moment

    Tour rookie Justin Atkins wins the Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray.

  • BRANDON COBB TAKES OVER LEAD AT 2017 FORREST WOOD CUP

    BRANDON COBB TAKES OVER LEAD AT 2017 FORREST WOOD CUP

    FLW Tour pro Brandon Cobb of Greenwood, South Carolina, continued his momentum Saturday at the 2017 Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray , the world championship of professional bass fishing, weighing in a five-bass limit totaling 19 pounds, 4 ounces – his second straight day with a 19-plus pound limit. With a two-day total of 10 bass weighing 39 pounds even, Cobb will lead the final 10 pros who will fish Sunday for $300,000 cash – the top award in professional bass fishing.

  • ALABAMA ROOKIE JUSTIN ATKINS LEADS FORREST WOOD CUP DAY ONE

    ALABAMA ROOKIE JUSTIN ATKINS LEADS FORREST WOOD CUP DAY ONE

    The world’s best bass anglers convened on Lake Murray in Columbia, South Carolina, Thursday to kick off the 2017 Forrest Wood Cup, the world championship of professional bass fishing. The three-day event, which awards a $300,000 top prize to the victor, featured a full field of 53 anglers competing today and Saturday before being cut to the final 10 on championship Sunday.

  • 2017 Forrest Wood Cup Results | Day 1

    2017 Forrest Wood Cup Results | Day 1

    Alabama rookie leads 2017 Forrest Wood Cup | Click for Results

  • Cheater Cup for the Champoins

    Cheater Cup for the Champoins

    Amberly's Place which is the only family advocacy center in Yuma County, Arizona with a crisis team to assist victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and elder abuse will be out at Fisher's Landing Resort the same day having their annual rib cook off and Live Bands the same time we're weighing in monster spring time CHEATER bags!

  • 2017 Ranger Cup University Releases Details

    2017 Ranger Cup University Releases Details

    Collegiate bass anglers will have even more opportunity to cash in on tournament success in 2017 thanks to the continued support of Ranger Cup University.

  • Dirty Jigs Tackle Adds Reigning Forrest Wood Cup Champion John Cox

    Dirty Jigs Tackle Adds Reigning Forrest Wood Cup Champion John Cox

    Dirty Jigs Tackle has announced the addition of John Cox to their growing pro-staff. Cox is the 2016 Forrest Wood Cup Champion, a two-time winner at the FLW Tour level and is currently ranked #3 in the BassFan.com World Rankings.

  • COLUMBIA TO HOST 2017 FORREST WOOD CUP AT LAKE MURRAY

    COLUMBIA TO HOST 2017 FORREST WOOD CUP AT LAKE MURRAY

    FLW and Capital City/Lake Murray Country Regional Tourism Board announced Saturday that Columbia, South Carolina, would once again be hosting the Forrest Wood Cup presented by Walmart, the world championship of bass fishing, Aug. 11-13, 2017, on Lake Murray.

  • PROFESSIONAL BASS FISHING’S FORREST WOOD CUP SET TO VISIT WHEELER LAKE

    PROFESSIONAL BASS FISHING’S FORREST WOOD CUP SET TO VISIT WHEELER LAKE

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The Forrest Wood Cup presented by Walmart, the world championship of professional bass fishing, will visit Wheeler Lake and the Huntsville, Alabama, area August 4-7 to crown bass fishing’s top angler of 2016. Hosted by the Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the tournament will feature 50 of the world’s best bass-fishing professionals casting for the sport’s biggest award – $300,000 cash.

  • FIELD SET FOR 2016 FORREST WOOD CUP

    FIELD SET FOR 2016 FORREST WOOD CUP

    MINNEAPOLIS  The full 50-angler field for the 2016 Forrest Wood Cup is set. The Forrest Wood Cup presneted by Walmart will visit Wheeler Lake and the Huntsville, Alabama, area August 4-7 to crown bass fishing’s top angler of 2016. Hosted by the Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, the tournament will feature 50 of the world’s best bass-fishing professionals casting for the sport’s biggest award – $300,000 cash.