Five 2014 Gambler Lures Tournament Dates Announced
Gambler Lures has announced five dates for our 2014 No Entry Fee Tournaments. We will kick off our free tournament schedule on January 26th out of Scott Driver in Okeechobee, Florida. The second tournament date will be back on Okeechobee out of Roland and MaryAnn Martin's Marina on February 23rd. On March 22nd we will return to Camp Mack, Lake Kissimmee. April 26th we will travel out of state to one of our most popular destinations at Lake Lanier. Old Hickory will be shortly after on May 4th. We look forward to adding additional locations and dates in the near future. Please download an entry form and sign up as soon as possible.
Chris Lane wins 2012 Bassmaster Classic with Gambler
When everything was on the line Chris Lane turned to the Gambler Lures Ugly Otter to win the biggest tournament of his career. The 2012 Red River Bassmaster Classic came down to Chris sticking with one of his favorite Gambler products, the Bowen's Silver Ugly Otter. Chris made his move the second day and took the lead. He finished up strong with a 15lb limit to win by over 3lbs. Chris believes the Ugly Otter was a key in his victory. With two other boats in his main area Chris used the Otter to get the bigger fish to bite and reported catching fish behind both anglers. The Ugly Otter definitely made a difference and helped him bring home the Classic trophy. Checkout all that Gambler Lures has to offer and Go Fish!
Gambler Lures No Entry Fee Guntersville Tournament Scheduled
Gambler Lures will be returning to Lake Guntersville on November 3 to host a No Entry Fee Tournament out of the Bucky Howe ramp. This is a different time of year for us to be on Guntersville. We are excited to have this tournament scheduled and expect to see some great Guntersville fish weighed in as usual.
Veale and Gonzalez weigh in 35.25 at Clewiston No Entry Fee Tournament
The anglers and the fish showed up for the Gambler Lures No Entry Fee Tournament out of Clewiston. With over 20 bags over 20 lbs the big fish just kept coming and coming. After the dust settled Ron Veale and Jason Gonzalez flipped an Ugly Otter to catch 35.25 and a big fish of 9.46. An impressive pair of 28 lb bags followed them up. Juan Ruiz and Jake Whitman weighed 28.89 to edge out Howard Kleman and Kieth Perron with 28.38. Juan and Jake flipped them up while Howard and Kieth reported their catch coming on Big EZ's. Mikey Keyso kept his string alive of 4 straight checks in 4 Gambler Tournaments. He and John Perry had an impressive 26.16. Finishing up the top 5 was the team of Gerry Brousseau and Ron Roker. Their 26.1 bag was anchored by a 7.42 big fish.