Hollowell to Host the Bass Dr.
Season 2 on WFN in 2015
Todd recently announced a multi-year agreement to host the "Bass Dr." - a new hit fishing show on the World Fishing Network (WFN). Visit www.bassdr.com to watch episodes online and to learn more!
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The Castaic umbrella rigs allow fisherman to catch more bass. When bass school offshore, they often form in groups of hundreds of fish.
Being the opportunistic predators they are, bass will attack schools of minnows and the Castaic umbrella rig looks just like a school of minnows.
Cast the rig, count it down to the correct depth and hang on! It's very common to catch multiple bass on one cast. Even 5 bass have been captured on one cast!
Visit CastaicSwimbait.com for more information.
On the Tournament Trail
Riding off the momentum of last season, I'm looking forward to taking it to the next level this year. With a full tournament schedule on the horizon, I'm keeping my skills sharp and eyes on the prize. You can follow me on tour by checking out my Tournament Trail page with my complete schedule with results as they come in. Check back often and hope to see you on the water.
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Hooked on Helping founder Rich Dalbey announces two major boosts in 2015: Red Gold Tomatoes will join the cause by donating 1,000 pounds of tomato products, and Walmart FLW Tour pro Todd Hollowell will serve as a spokesperson to help increase awareness of the group’s mission, which is to assist local food banks by coordinating food drives at each Walmart FLW Tour event. >>> read more
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21.Nov.2014 by Sean Ostruszka
Todd and Troy Hollowell are like most brothers – they differ.
Todd is the Type A older brother with an obsession for bass fishing. Troy is the Type B younger sibling that enjoys the whole buffet, whether it’s bass, crappie, walleye, muskie or whatever.
Despite such differences, the two Walmart FLW Tour pros share a common occupation – they each have their own fishing show. Like the brothers themselves, however, the shows contrast in many ways. >>> read more
Are you using your electronics’ GPS features to their full capabilities? In other words, are you accumulating hundreds or even thousands of waypoints on the lakes you fish? That’s great if you are, this tip will help you create a system that utilizes the symbols and icons in your unit when saving waypoints to help you organize the data you’re accumulating.
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