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Pro Staff

Paul Malone
Tournament Circuits: BASS Opens, FLW, BFL
Some of us are lucky enough to realize our destiny at a early age.  Paul realized his fishing the Mississippi River with his Dad. By 2002, Paul's pro angler career was under way.  Paul loves the challenge tournament bass fishing presents;  cracking the code and figuring out a winning pattern. Paul is a natural on the water, blessed with instincts only some anglers are born with.   Paul has over $60,000 in FLW career earnings, including 3 wins.  Paul has also found success as a Bass Opens pro, notching a career-best 14th place at the Bass Northern Open on Oneida Lake in 2014.
Steve Mui
Tournament Circuits: BASS Opens, FLW, BFL
Steve Mui has been competing in the Bassmaster Opens as a Pro since 2013, but his tournament fishing goes back to his college days as an undergraduate at the University of Illinois. Steve joined the Illini Bass Fishing Club and fished his first tournament in the fall of 2004. The turning point in Steve’s fishing career was in 2012 when he won the Angler’s Choice Tournament of Champions on Lake Guntersville with good friend Paul Malone. Since then he has had success competing in high-level tournaments such as the Bassmaster Opens, and FLW Rayovac series.
Tyler Lubbat
Tournament Circuits: Bassmaster High School Opens, Angler's Choice, IHSA Bass
At 16 years of age, Tyler has already established himself as one of the Midwest's top young tournament anglers. He boasts an impressive resume, high-lighted by a 3rd place finish at the 2016 Costa Bassmaster High School Southern Open on Lake Guntersville. Tyler competes regularly on the Angler's Choice Lake Geneva circuit, notching his first win in May 2016. Tyler loves fishing a football jig in deep water, and his weapon of choice is the DeM football jig. Expect to hear Tyler's name a lot more in the near future as his tournament career flourishes.
Joe Rockey
Tournament Circuits:BFL, Angler's Choice
Joe first picked up a rod in 2011, fishing small ponds in the Chicago suburbs. He was hooked immediately, and quickly realized bass fishing was his life’s passion. Joe made the jump from bank fishing ponds to joining a bass club, only to realize club tournaments just didn’t satiate his desire to compete. In 2014, Joe fished his first full season as a co-angler in the BFL Great Lakes division, making it as high as 5th in the co-AOTY point standings, finishing 36th and qualifying for regionals his rookie season.