Tennessee native Michael Neal became one of the youngest anglers in history to compete in the FLW Tour when he kicked off his pro career in 2012. Neal won Stage Seven of the Bass Pro Tour on Lake St. Clair in 2021, just a month after securing the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Angler of the Year title. In 2022, Neal claimed his second Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Angler of the Year title in back-to-back fashion, becoming the third pro to win AOY in consecutive years and the sixth pro to win multiple AOY titles.
With more than $1.4 million in career winnings and two tour-level wins to his credit, Oklahoma native Jeff Kriet has qualified for two Major League Fishing World Championships. He has 24 Top 10s in his career.
An all-around outdoorsman, Jeremy Lawyer has caught about every fish that lives within a hundred miles of Sarcoxie, Missouri. The winner of the 2019 Pro Circuit event on Grand Lake, a 2018 Toyota Series event at Lake of the Ozarks and the 2016 Phoenix Bass Fishing League All-American on Lake Barkley, Lawyer has impressed at every level available to him.
This Florida native got his start in FLW fishing BFL events in 2006. Since then he has fished his way up through the various circuits and landed a position on the sports highest level in 2013. When not on Tour, Davis enjoys spending time at home with his family.
From Petersburg, IN, John Voyles is a regular in the Pro Circuit. In 2012, he finished strong with a ninth-place at the final tournament, Lake Champlain. This top-10 finish helped launch him up the Angler of Year race leaderboard where he settled in at 43rd-place, a career high for Voyles. When not out on the water, Voyles likes to play golf.
John Gillman has won over $500,000 in fishing tournament earnings on PWT, NWT, Major League Fishing and more. Hhe's established a twenty year career chasing walleye and bass. The Freelander, Michigan native has appeared on the cover of Field & Stream, FLW and other publications
Wisconsin pro Dean Arnoldussen has been cashing checks on the Great Lakes for years. He is the all-time money winner on the FLW Walleye Tour. In 2001 's Walleye Tour Championship on his home waters of Green Bay, Arnoldussen earned his first victory and captured the largest purse in the history of professional walleye fishing. An open-water expert, Arnoldussen also claimed victory at the 2005 qualifier on Lake Erie. With several victories and five top-10 finishes in his Walleye Tour career, Arnoldussen is one of the best in the sport.