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    Skip Johnson wins and Rookie of the Year Jason Lambert takes second.

    06/29/2014

    Rob Newell


    06/29/2014

    Curtis Niedermier


    Slow and steady often times wins the race. In the case of Skip Johnson of Goodells, Mich., that was exactly the approach he took to claim his first victory with FLW in dramatic fashion at the season-ending event for the Walmart FLW Tour on Kentucky Lake presented by Evinrude. He saved the best for last as he brought his biggest bag of the week to the Paris, Tenn., Walmart and dropped 24 pounds on the scale and take the title by a mere 1 pound, 2 ounces. Johnson wrapped up the week with a four-day total weight of 88-10 and earned a $100,000 check.

    06/29/2014

    Curtis Niedermier




    The secret is out - mega spoons for mega schools. Hear what the bait designer, Ben Parker, and the leaders, Jason Lambert, Randy Haynes, Clent Davis, who threw the eight inch spoon have to say about it. Along with interviews from Tom Redington and Brett Hite.

    06/28/2014

    Rob Newell


    In what was one of the most dominating seasons in Tour history - and one of the most nail-biting finishes - Tennessee pro Andy Morgan successfully sealed up his bid for a second consecutive Walmart FLW Tour Angler of the Year title. He finished the final tournament on Kentucky Lake in 14th place, one spot ahead of AOY runner-up Cody Meyer, and won the AOY race by nine points.

    06/28/2014

    Kyle Wood


    PARIS LANDING, Tenn. – The third time was indeed the charm for Cody Kelley here at the Walmart FLW Tour event presented by Evinrude on Kentucky Lake, as the Arkansas fisherman won the co-angler title with a combined stringer weight of 54 pounds, 9 ounces.

    06/28/2014

    Colin Moore



    At the final Walmart FLW Tour stop of 2014, which enters its third day of competition this morning on Kentucky Lake, the best ledge-fishing pros in the business have revealed the next must-have lure for offshore fishing: the Magnum Spoon.

    06/27/2014

    Curtis Niedermier


    Lambert rallies for Rookie of the Year title
    Jason Lambert of Pickwick Dam, Tenn., rallied to solidify his rank as No. 1 in the Rookie of the Year race while also trying to round out his season with another top-10 finish this week in the Walmart FLW Tour event on Kentucky Lake presented by Evinrude.

    06/27/2014

    Kyle Wood



    Interviews from Day 2 with Tom Redington, Scott Martin, Charlie Ingram, Randy Haynes, Jason Lambert and Andrew Upshaw.

    06/27/2014

    Rob Newell



    06/27/2014

    Colin Moore


    Evinrude is giving test drives of their new E-TEC G2 outboard on Kentucky Lake at the Walmart FLW Tour event.

    06/27/2014


    Interviews with Brett Hite, Randy Haynes, Scott Martin, Tom Redington, Michael Neal and AOY leader Andy Morgan.

    06/26/2014

    Rob Newell


    After starting out the season red hot with a win on Okeechobee, Brett Hite is looking to end the season in the same fashion after whacking 24 pounds, 14 ounces to take the lead on day one of the Walmart FLW Tour on Kentucky Lake presented by Evinrude. He has his work ahead of him though, as the heavily favored Randy Haynes sits just 2-3 behind Hite.

    06/26/2014

    Curtis Niedermier



    FLW Tour anglers (Tom Redington, Mike Surman and Tim Malone) had a fun morning at the W.G. Rhea Public Library yesterday morning with about 60 children, ages 5-8, from the Paris summer camp program as part of our Get Outdoors. Go Fish! program.

    06/26/2014


    In Episode 34, hosts Joe Opager and Jody White review the week's fishing news, ranging from the Rayovac on the Potomac to a full slate of BFL events before looking ahead to the FLW Tour event on Kentucky Lake. Additionally, Jody White previews the final stop of the 2014 FLW Tour season with Terry Bolton, Repel pro Cody Meyer and Stetson Blaylock.

    06/26/2014


    PARIS LANDING, Tenn. – If the Walmart FLW Tour event presented by Evinrude needed a theme song, David Bowie’s rendition of “Under Pressure” would be as good as it gets. The entire field will be under more pressure than usual as the four-day competition opens this morning. There’s the pressure to win or at least take advantage of a final opportunity to take home a good check this season, the pressure to pull out all the stops and make up ground in the Angler of the Year standings and gain entry into the Forrest Wood Cup, the pressure to not take chances and lose a shot at the Cup – and so it goes.

    06/26/2014

    Colin Moore


    Michael Neal predicts the leaders will have 90+ pound bags this week at Kentucky Lake.

    06/25/2014

    Rob Newell