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Why rush to the front co-angler?

Angler Point of View: I’ve been fishing as a Co-Angler now for about 7 years and I’ve observed what I consider to be a HUGE opportunity being missed by a lot of anglers,.. Signing up with experienced travel/practice partners and fishing as a Co-Angler. I’ve been fishing since I was a little kid but really […]

So You Want to be a Co-Angler?

Originally published over on FLWoutdoors March 17, 2015  by Todd Kline (Editor’s note: Few co-anglers in the Rayovac FLW Series have been as successful as California fisherman Todd Kline. He’s won back-to-back Co-Angler of the Year titles and earned more than $84,000 in three seasons – including $54,000 last year. We asked Kline to provide […]

Ready to switch from co to pro?

If you’re a co-angler thinking about moving up to the front deck, make sure you’re comfortable with the boat, confident in your fishing ability and able to accept the financial burden. http://www.bassmaster.com/news/ready-switch-co-pro read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

How many rods does a Co-Angler need for a tournament?

Scaling down your rods as a Co-Angler How many rods do you need for a Bass tournament?  That is an age-old question that has a simple answer… ALL OF THEM!  Usually this is not an issue if you’re running your own boat, but if you’re a Co-Angler, you do not have this luxury.  You have […]

Todd Kline wins Rayovac FLW Series Western Division Co-Angler title on Lake Havasu

Wins Rayovac FLW Series Western Division title in dramatic fashion by Gary Mortenson LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – With day-two co-angler leader Blaine Christiansen sitting rather comfortably in the lead, Todd Kline of San Clemente, Calif., decided it was time to save his best for last. With the crowd eagerly looking on to see who […]

Challenge Yourself, Rookie

With the wide array of tournament circuits here in California, and throughout the country, the rise of the “Rookie” style format seems to have grown into a life of its own. These tournament formats came to life nearly 10 years ago for many reasons but mainly because of the downturn of the nation’s economy. These […]

Maximizing Co-Angler “E-fish-ency”

Most of us have heard some basic guidelines for maximizing your efficiency on tournament day by pre-rigging, pre-dying, change trebles, etc.  We’ve also developed ways that may be unique to ourselves and our own style.  I know I have!  Still, we all have areas that we may be able to improve upon.  I am fishing […]

It comes down to respect

If pros and co-anglers show respect and consideration for each other, it will be a great day on the water, no matter how good the bite is. read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

Boater and co-angler perspectives

$20 and a coke: How much do you owe your boater? When you’re fishing in a tournament and first get your pairing assignments, you may find that the partner you drew is your new partner in crime, the fishing buddy you never had, your brother from another mother. Or you may find that the angler […]