2018 Future Pro Tour
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Future Pro Tour

Future Pro TourBeginners and intermediate level anglers…build your bassfishing skills in a fun - yet competitive environment! 10 different lakes, exclusive kids division, Instructional seminars, FREE raffles..join the fun!

 

 

Pl       Team # Fish            BF                                   Weight       Award          Points
1 Ostrander/Sagayno 5 5.78 17.65 $2,075 200
2 Soares/Hansen 5 8.72 15.67 $1,670 199
3 Gomez/Wainwright 5 7.16 15.33 $1,100 198
4 Ingram/Gaither 5 4.92 13.94 $650 197
5 Permender/Jones 5   12.51 $500 196
6 Biggs/Gomes 5 4.52 12.47 $425 195
7 Ryans/Mello 5   11.99 $400 194
8 Pors/Brazelton 5 4.28 11.93 $300 193
9 Accardo/Accardo 5   11.76 $250 192
10 Ochoa/Colunga 5   11.59 $225 191
11 Vierra/Blagg 5 4.92 11.56 $200 190
12 Pierson/Beevers 5 4.13 11.39   189
13 Cox/Linn 5 4.1 11.01   188
14 Cipriani/Banqueros 5   10.85   187
15 Allen/Baxter 5   10.82   186
16 Cardenas/Kelly 5   10.82   186
17 Andrews/Andrews 4   10.76   184
18 French/Hein 5   10.75   183
19 Arbuckle/Hooper 5   10.55   182
20 Xiong/Xiong 5   10.46   181
21 Williams/Pearson 5   10.38   180
22 McHaley/Quintana 5   10.36   179
23 Ford/Wirkus 5   10.32   178
24 Riggs/Kidder 5   10.3   177
25 Soriano/Viloria 5   10.07   176
26 Oliver/Childres 5   9.86   175
27 Rabith/Rabith 5   9.53   174
28 Gomez,M/Gomez,V 5   9.5   173
29 Bell/Bell 5   9.26   172
30 Ho/Ho 5   9.22   171
31 Ludwig/Petersen 5   9.2   170
32 Ochoa/Sanchez 5   9.17   169
33 Frazier/Souza 5   9.14   168
33 Favero/Turner 5   9.07   167
35 Rodriguez/Ybarra 5   8.88   166
36 Rock/Bagunu 5 3.32 8.83   165
37 Donges/Qarqat 5 2.66 8.72   164
38 Impeartrice/Carapinha 5   8.53   163
39 Redding/Hardin 5   8.46   162
40 Impeartrice/Darnell 5   8.44   161
41 O'Brien/Brannan 5   8.35   160
42 Rush/Trimble 5   8.08   159
43 Lizama/Lizama 5   7.88   158
45 Spencer/Cervelli 5   7.86   157
46 Gallardo 5   7.6   156
46 Thompson/Shelby 5   7.51   156
47 Pollard/Pollard 5   7.44   154
48 Jantz/Jantz 5   7.4   153
49 King/Paminto 5   7.31   152
50 Johnson/Johnson 5   7.13   151
51 Swarts/Baron 5   7.2   150
52 Edon/Edon 4   7.08   149
53 Blakeman/DeFranchi 5   6.97   148
54 Heimbach/Heimbach 5   6.89   147
55 Vaz/Cardoso 5   6.72   146
56 Hooper,B/Arbuckle, J 5   6.64   145
57 Smith/Cline 5   6.47   144
58 Baptista/Wampler 5   6.28   143
59 Pizl/Pizl 4   5.34   142
60 McHaley/McHaley 4   4.82   141
61 Bretz/Verna 2   2.95   140
62 Buck/Guadagnolo 2   2.88   140
63 Myers/Guerra 2   2.75   138
64 Habit/Habit 0   0   5
65 Goodwin/Barajas 0   0   5
66 Jackson/Garcia 0   0   5
67 Jones/Wells 0   0   5
68 Hughes/Love 0   0   5
69 Johnathan Arbuckle 5   6.64 $100  
70 Westly Gritts 4   4.83 $60  
71 Alex Hiembach 2   3.67 $40  
72 Cameron Hooper 1   1.96    
73 Chris Gritts 1   1.67    
74 Bryson Hooper 1   1.66    
75 Jace Johnson 0   0    
76 Lizama 0   0    
             
  HR Option Payout data - 42 particpants x $30 entry ($1250) $1,250 101.6 % paid back      
  Entry Payout data - 68 participants x $120 entry ($8160) $6,545 80.2% paid back      
  Youth Payout - 8 participants x $0 entry fee $200 Free event      

high noon 91LA GRANGE, CA. - On Oct 6th, all eyes will turn to Lake McClure, one of the central valley's premier fisheries, as Coors Light FPT anglers participating in that region, make their final stand in the last event of the 2018 season. Many teams are sitting close to or just outside of the qualifying bubble for the 2018 Coors Light FPT Classic, and do not want to miss out on this event, as it represents the last chance to acquire the points necessary to qualify for the the tour's marquee championship event taking place March 8-10th, 2019 at New Melones reservior.

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STOCKTON, Ca. - One of the perks you get from working at of the finest hard bait companies on the planet, is that you become intimately acquainted with all of the nuances those baits possess, and begin to understand how they can help you put fish in the boat when conditions get tough.

For in last weekend’s 4thevent of the season - dubbed the “Delta Summer Shootout - Best of Both Bites”, Nathan Cooper, product specialist at River2Sea USA, fished with his dad Simon Cooper, and used his extensive knowledge of Rvier2Sea baits to help he and dad best 140 teams, and capture their first-ever Coors Light Future Pro Tour title.