FLW Fishing

Rebuilt Nixon Will be Ready By January

Rebuilt Nixon Will be Ready By January

Larry Nixon may not be running entirely on original factory parts, but he’s convinced that he still has plenty of fuel in the tank to keep his long and consistent fishing career going.Nixon, who turned 67 years old on September 3rd, received for his birthday the best gift an ailing fisherman might hope for – a new left hand. Repetitive motion had worn it out so the doctor went inside and took out all of the cartilage in between his thumb and the first joint on his wrist.

Yamamoto Pros Head to the 2017 FLW Cup

Yamamoto Pros Head to the 2017 FLW Cup

The 2017 FLW Forrest Wood Cup returns on August 11 – 13 to Lake Murray, South Carolina for the premier championship event of the summer. Spanning some 50,000 acres and with approximately 500 miles of shoreline, the Saluda River impoundment will present a challenging venue for 53 of the top bass anglers in the country. Among them are Yamamoto Fishing Team Members: Shin Fukae, Roy Hawk, Larry Nixon, and Darrel Robertson. The Inside Line caught up with each of the them as they shared a quick take on the upcoming tournament.

Larry Nixon’s a Ned Rig Convert

Larry Nixon’s a Ned Rig Convert

Larry Nixon has seen a lot in his 40+ years in the cast for cash game. He was winning tournaments when the average bass boat had a 40 horse outboard and depth finders still used paper - and he’s still a threat to win with a 250 horse motor and $10k worth of electronics on his rig.

Monsoor Got in His “Weed Groove” on Grass-Filled Potomac River

Monsoor Got in His “Weed Groove” on Grass-Filled Potomac River

The 2017 season was shaping up to be the worst of Tom Monsoor’s lengthy career on the FLW Tour, and the biggest body blow occurred on his home pools of the Mississippi River. The Wisconsin pro was expected to dominate the sixth event of the season, but rising water threw him off his game and he ended up a dismal 105th.