Major League Fishing Announces 2022 Bass Pro Tour Schedule

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 Sep 1st, 2021 by Keith Worrall 

Modified Sep 1st, 2021 at 7:38 PM


TULSA, Okla. (Sept. 1, 2021) – Major League Fishing (MLF), the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, announced today the schedule for the 2022 MLF Bass Pro Tour, which will showcase 80 of the best bass anglers in the world competing in seven regular-season tournaments around the country for millions of dollars and valuable points to qualify for the annual General Tire Heavy Hitters all-star event and the prestigious REDCREST 2023 championship. The 2022 Bass Pro Tour season will run from early February to September.

“It’s incredibly exciting to bring the Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour to new fisheries and communities and showcase the sport’s top level of tournament bass fishing to new fans and anglers,” said Michael Mulone, Senior Director of Events & Partnerships for MLF. “We appreciate the support of the outstanding communities that are hosting our Bass Pro Tour events and look forward to bringing our fast-paced, fan-friendly competitions to them and livestreaming to our fans worldwide.”

Each stage of the 2022 Bass Pro Tour will feature six days of competition using the catch, weigh, immediate-release format, broadcast live on MLF NOW!® and streamed to the Major League Fishing app, MyOutdoorTV (MOTV), and at MajorLeagueFishing.com.

The 2022 MLF Bass Pro Tour will air on Discovery Channel beginning in July 2022.

2022 MLF Bass Pro Tour Schedule:

Feb. 5-10 – Stage One at Caney Creek Reservoir, Lake D’Arbonne and Bussey Brake
West Monroe, La. Hosted by the Monroe-West Monroe Convention & Visitors Bureau

Feb. 19-24 – Stage Two at Lake Fork
Lake Fork, Texas Hosted by the Lake Fork Area Chamber of Commerce, the Wood County EDC, the Sabine River Authority and the Rains County Tourism Board

March 2-7 – Stage Three at Lewis Smith Lake
Cullman, Ala. Hosted by Cullman Parks, Recreation and Sports Tourism, Cullman County Parks and Rec, and the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce

March 23-27 – REDCREST 2022 at Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees
Tulsa, Okla. Hosted by the Tulsa Sports Commission, a division of Tulsa Regional Tourism

April 9-14 – General Tire Heavy Hitters 2022 All-Star Event at Lake Palestine
Tyler, Texas – Hosted by SPORTyler

April 30- May 5 – Stage Four at Lake of the Ozarks
Osage, Mo. Hosted by Central Missouri’s Tri-County Lodging Association and the Lake of the Ozarks Fishing Council

June 4-9 – Stage Five at Watts Bar Lake
Spring City, Tenn. Hosted by Rhea County Tourism

Aug. 6-11 – Stage Six at Lake Cayuga
Union Springs, N.Y. Hosted by the Village of Union Springs

Sept. 10-15 – Stage Seven at Mille Lacs Lake
Onamia, Minn. Hosted by Grand Casino Mille Lacs

For compete details and up-to-date tournament information visit MajorLeagueFishing.com. For regular updates, photos, tournament news and more, follow MLF’s social media outlets at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

About Major League Fishing
Major League Fishing (MLF) is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, producing more than 250 events annually at some of the most prestigious fisheries in the world, while broadcasting to America’s living rooms on CBS, the Discovery Channel, the Outdoor Channel, CBS Sports Network, the World Fishing Network, the Sportsman Channel and on-demand on MyOutdoorTV (MOTV). Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with offices in Benton, Kentucky, the MLF roster of bass anglers includes the world’s top pros and more than 30,000 competitors in all 50 states and 13 countries. In 2019 MLF acquired FLW, which expanded its portfolio of catch, weigh and immediate release events to include the sport’s strongest five-biggest-fish format tournament circuits. Since its founding in 2011, MLF has advanced the sport of competitive fishing through its premier television broadcasts and livestreams, and is dedicated to improving the quality of life for bass through research, education, fisheries enhancement and fish care.

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