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Bridgford pro Luke Clausen’s ‘Battleship’ season

By Luke Clausen Bridgford Fishing Team SPOKANE, Washington – I’ve been trying to figure out the best way to describe my 2017 Elite Series season, and the best I can come up with is this: It was like a game of Battleship. You remember the old board game, right? B-7 … hit! E-3 … miss!…

Posted on October 23rd, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Matt Stefan: Use the summer sun to your advantage

Often times, the fishing articles I read suggest fishing shaded banks for bass. I do agree with this, but often times I find myself fishing the banks that are exposed to the sun because it allows me to pinpoint the bass easier. A shaded bank allows the bass to roam freely, while a sun-exposed bank…

Posted on September 5th, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Clausen climbing: crushes 24-15 at Lake St. Clair to move up in AOY

ST. CLAIR METROPARK, Michigan – Heading into the final Bassmaster Elite Series event of the season last week – on Michigan's Lake St. Clair – Bridgford Fishing Team pro Luke Clausen had a task ahead of him: fish well enough to guarantee a spot in the Angler of the Year Championship, and to qualify for…

Posted on August 29th, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Luke Clausen ready to make an AOY jump on Lake St. Clair

ST CLAIR SHORES, Michigan – For Bridgford Fishing Team member Luke Clausen, the 2017 Bassmaster Elite Series season comes down to this: catch 'em good this week on the lakes surrounding St. Clair Shores, Michigan, and you're into the Angler of the Year Campionship. Catch them REALLY good, and you're into the 2018 Bassmaster Classic….

Posted on August 22nd, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Don’t put your jerkbaits away yet!

By Matt Stefan Bridgford Fishing Team Most people only use jerkbaits for prespawn bass, but the technique is quickly overlooked as soon as the bass begin moving shallow to spawn.  This is one of my favorite times to use a jerkbait, but I'll make one big change: I switch from using a suspending jerkbait to…

Posted on March 28th, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Matt Stefan: 5 things you MUST have on your boat!

By Matt Stefan Bridgford Fishing Team Here are five of the many items I always keep in the Bridgford Fishing Team Skeeter that can change a bad day into a good day: 1). A screwdriver set: I have a screwdriver that has all the different screwdriver bits hidden inside of the handle. This comes in…

Posted on March 17th, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Moynagh establishes a career best at Harris Chain

By Joel Shangle LEESBURG, Florida – During the course of the 179 FLW events that Bridgford Fishing Team member Jim Moynagh has fished in his career, he's brought some big bags to the scales. None, however, bigger than the 23 pounds, 9 ounces he weighed in on Day 1 at the recent FLW Tour event…

Posted on March 15th, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Clausen climbs into Top 20 at Lake Okeechobee

OKEECHOBEE, Florida – Maybe it shouldn't come as a shock that Bridgford Fishing Team member Luke Clausen has a unique relationship with Florida. Clausen, after all, won the 2006 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Toho, and has competed on various lakes throughout the Sunshine State for years. "Florida is a different animal," Clausen admits. "A lot…

Posted on March 1st, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Bridgford Fishing Team kicks off 2017 season

GUNTERSVILLE, Alabama – You'll have to search way back in the annals of tournament bass-fishing history to find a time when the major Tour-level season started in early February. As a matter of fact, it's never happened before: as Bridgford Fishing Team members Randy Blaukat, Matt Stefan, Chad Randles and Jim Moynagh headed out onto…

Posted on February 6th, 2017 | Read Full Post »


Chad Randles Reflects on his Lake Toho Win!

I’ve had about a week to reflect on my recent victory at Lake Toho on the FLW Tour. I wanted to take a few minutes to share some of my thoughts following the tournament. First and foremost, I have to thank my wife and family for giving me the opportunity to chase my dreams. While…

Posted on March 20th, 2015 | Read Full Post »

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