David Walker
With more than two decades of tournament fishing under his belt, David Walker is one of the sport’s most established pros. FLW’s 1999 Angler of the Year, Walker has qualified for 10 Forrest Wood Cups, nine Bassmaster Classics, and racked up over $1.33 million in tournament earnings over his illustrious career.

A hard-working and dedicated angler known for his versatile fishing style, Walker and his wife, Misty, reside in Sevierville, TN with their daughters, Lilly and Olivia.

Luke Clausen
As the only angler in FLW history to win the Forrest Wood Cup his rookie season, Luke Clausen is also one of only five anglers to have won both the Forrest Wood Cup and the Bassmaster Classic. Having amassed over $2 million in career earnings, Clausen is currently the 26th ranked pro in the world and has qualified for the Forrest Wood Cup seven of his nine years on the FLW Tour.

An Otis Orchard, WA native and Eastern Washington University graduate, Clausen is regarded as one of the sport’s premier finesse and sight-fishing anglers.

Stephen Browning
A fierce competitor on the Bassmaster Elite and Open Series tournaments trails, Stephen Browning has competed in over 200 professional-level tournaments since turning pro in 1996. Browning has qualified for eight Bassmaster Classics and is a member of B.A.S.S.’s exclusive Million Dollar Career Earnings Club. 

A Fish and Wildlife Management graduate of Arkansas Tech University, Browning is a methodical angler known to excel in challenging tournaments. He resides in Hot Springs, AR with his wife, Tammy, and son, Beau.

Building a Bass Factory

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Country Club Hunting and Fishing

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