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An Arizona-based pro with an affinity for smallmouth and West Coast techniques, Josh Bertrand picked up his first career win in 2018 (on the Bassmaster Elite Series). He’s finished in the Top 10 13 times and has 23 Top 20s.

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One of the few anglers in the world who can lay claim to the title of tour-level Angler of the Year, Brent Chapman was the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series AOY. He’s one of the Top 30 B.A.S.S. money winners of all time (over $2.1 million total), and has four wins and 38 Top 10s on his resume.

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Starting off his pro career with a bang, Dustin Connell took the Elite Series Rookie of the Year title in 2017 and never slowed down. He then claimed the REDCREST 2021 title, followed by winning Stage Three in the Bass Pro Tour in 2022, and Stage Six of the Bass Pro Tour in 2022. Dustin Connell has quickly made a name for himself with over $1.2 million in winnings, and shows no sign of slowing down.

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MarkDaniels Jr.

A three-time tour-level winner who competed in both the FLW Tour and Bassmaster Elite Series before joining the MLF Bass Pro Tour, Mark Daniels, Jr. fished his way into the ranks of high-level professional bass events by winning the 2013 TBF National Championship.

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Tennessee pro Ott DeFoe only seems like he’s been a bass pro for decades because of his consistent success: he won the 2019 Bassmaster Classic, finished in the Top 20 in over half of the B.A.S.S. tournaments he fished in eight years, and finished in the money an astounding 79 percent of the tournament he fished. DeFoe has more than 40 career Top 10s and over $2.2 million in career winnings.

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Dudley entered the 2020 Bass Pro Tour season after arguably the most successful career in FLW history: the Virginia native is the only four-time winner of the FLW Tour Angler of the Year award (2008, 2011, 2012, 2019), and is FLW’s all-time leading money winner with $3.8 million in tournament checks cashed. Dudley has racked up more than $4.2 million in his 25-year professional career, the second-most in bass fishing history.

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With one Forrest Wood Cup title and more than $2.2 million in winnings in his nine-year FLW career, Brent Ehrler entered the MLF Bass Pro Tour as one of the Top-15 leading all-time money winners in professional bass-fishing history. Ehrler has rolled up eight wins, 50 Top 10s and more than $3.1 million in B.A.S.S., FLW and MLF competition, and was the winner of the 2015 Toyota Texas Bass Classic.

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Edwin Evers is the winner of the 2019 MLF Bass Pro Tour Stage Two in Conroe, TX. One of the most successful anglers of all time, Evers is one of only five competitors in history to pass the $3 million mark in career winnings. Evers has recorded 11 wins and 110 Top 20s in his 22-year career, and won the 2016 Bassmaster Classic.

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Officially the very first MLF Bass Pro Tour angler – he was the first pro to sign when the league was created in the summer of 2018 – Timmy Horton made a splash in his very first year as a professional bass angler: he won the Bassmaster Elite Series Angler of the Year title his rookie year in 2000. Horton has six wins and nearly $1.8 million in winnings in his career.

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The winner of the 2014 Bassmaster Classic and a 23-year veteran of tour-level competition, Howell has accumulated 45 Top 10 finishes and more than $2.2 million in winnings in his career. Even more impressive: he’s helped raise over $1.2 million for Kings Home charity through an annual giveaway of his tournament boat.

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The winner of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic and an eight-time tour-level winner, Chris Lane has claimed over $2.1 million in career winnings.

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An all-around outdoorsman, Jeremy Lawyer has caught about every fish that lives within a hundred miles of Sarcoxie, Missouri. The winner of the 2019 Pro Circuit event on Grand Lake, a 2018 Toyota Series event at Lake of the Ozarks and the 2016 Phoenix Bass Fishing League All-American on Lake Barkley, Lawyer has impressed at every level available to him.

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Arkansas native Mike McClelland earned the nickname “McStick” the old-fashioned way: by winning eight tour-level events and collecting 35 Top 10 finishes and more than $1.9 in winnings in his 31-year career.

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A graduate of Clemson University with a degree in engineering, Montgomery is one of the most proficient anglers in MLF history in the “every scorable bass counts” format. He has two tour-level wins and 34 Top 10s in his professional career.

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One of the Top 5 tournament money-winners of all time – he had over $3.4 million entering the MLF Bass Pro Tour – Northern California native Skeet Reese is one of a small handful of anglers to claim both Bassmaster Elite Series Angler of the Year (2007) and the Bassmaster Classic (2009). Reese recently won the 2021 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Stop 1 on Lake Okeechobee.

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A two-time tour-level champion and one of the most prolific smallmouth anglers on the 80-man Bass Pro Tour roster, Jonathon VanDam has 18 Top 10s and over a half-million dollars in tournament winnings to date in his eight-year pro career.

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Michigan native Kevin VanDam’s competition resume is nothing short of astounding: Eight Angler of the Year Awards (seven Bassmaster Elite Series AOYs, one FLW AOY), four Bassmaster Classics, 120 career Top 10s and 27 wins. Those numbers translate into the biggest number of all: $6.8 million in career winnings, the most of all time.

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Tennessee pro David Walker entered the MLF Bass Pro Tour after a successful dual career competing with both FLW and B.A.S.S. Walker has two wins and 67 Top 10s to his credit, and is approaching $1.9 million in winnings in his career.

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