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  • Abu Garcia Pro Powroznik Earns Rookie of the Year Title Jacob Powroznik has had a tremendous start to his young career as a B.A.S.S. rookie, and one of the greatest rookie seasons in B.A.S.S. history, amassing over $160,000 in just eight tournaments, including $38,500 for the Rookie Angler of the Year award. Read More
  • Ike Rises to Top on Delware As a Philadelphia native, Michael Iaconelli is a natural fighter. After the first day of competition on the Delaware River Ike would have to fight his way back from 21st place. That is exactly what the Abu Garcia pro did, and he didn't look back. Read More
  • Velvick Hoists First Bass Elite Series Title Abu Garcia pro angler Byron Velvick of Del Rio, Texas, was on big fish from the get go and never let up. In the end, Velvick won the Golden State Shootout at California's Clear Lake, the second BASS Elite Tour events of the season. It was Velvick's first BASS Elite win. Read More
  • Tommy Skarlis Wins FLW Event on Mississippi Tommy Skarlis has been a staple on the professional walleye scene for many years, dominating many of the events that he participates. This past weekend the walleye pro took control of another event on a piece of water he is all too familiar with – the Mississippi River. Read More
  • Swedish Design Award Nomination The Abu Garcia design team based in Sweden has been nominated for The Swedish Design Award for the Revo Premier low profile baitcast reel. Read More
  • Roy Seizes Lead In Rookie Of The Year Standings Newcomer Bradley Roy is paving the way in the Rookie of the Year race. The new Berkley and Abu Garcia pro angler claimed the top spot in the Rookie of the Year race by finishing strong this past weekend on California's Clear Lake. Read More
  • Pure Fishing Invests In Future Fisherman Reading, writing, and arithmetic seem a bit passé. Students today study anything from engineering to Mozart to interior design. Even fishing and conservation are on the curriculum in public schools with the help of the Future Fisherman Foundation and a grant from Pure Fishing. Read More
  • Pure Fishing Continues To Support The Boat U.S. Collegiate Program Pure Fishing, the parent company of Berkley, Abu Garcia and All Star, is proud to partner with the BoatU.S. Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series. This marks the third year for the partnership and continuing dedication by Pure Fishing to the collegiate angler. Read More
  • Powroznik Dominant on Elite Series If you haven't heard, Jacob Powroznik is kind of a big deal. After climbing into the hot seat on the second day of competition at Toledo Bend, the Abu Garcia pro was knocked down on the third day. Read More
  • Palaniuk Dominates B.A.S.S. ELITE Tourney Abu Garcia pro Brandon Palaniuk collected $100,000 for his B.A.S.S. Elite victory on the St. Lawrence River this past weekend, but it was the key to a Bassmaster Classic berth that Palaniuk valued the most. Read More
  • Palaniuk Claims First Bassmaster Elite Series Title Brandon Palaniuk, a B.A.S.S. Elite Series sophomore and Abu Garcia pro team member, earned his first Elite Series win this past weekend on Bull Shoals Lake. Read More
  • Martin Elected Chairman of TRCP Board of Directors At its spring meeting, the board of directors of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership elected Jim Martin, a longtime TRCP board member and biologist who currently is conservation director of the Berkley Conservation Institute, to chair the organization's board. Read More
  • Lane Uses Revo MGX For Win At Harris Chain Abu Garcia pro Chris Lane won this past weekend walking away from the field at Florida's Harris Chain of Lakes, which earned him a spot on the 2013 Bassmaster Classic list if he finishes the remaining two events of the Southern Open circuit. Read More
  • Lane Caps Season With Win To say Chris Lane is a patient man is an understatement. The Abu Garcia pro sat behind a two-day leader just waiting for his chance to move into the hot seat. Read More
  • Jimmy Decker and Tracy Viloria, 1st place finish in SWBA Offshore Island Challenge The SWBA held their two day California Offshore Challenge last week in tough winter conditions at Catalina Island. The best calico bass anglers along the Southern California coast competed in 2 person teams / 5 fish per a day total weight format. Read More