Ask the Anglers: Can You Predict Where Stage One Will Be? - Major League Fishing
Ask the Anglers: Can You Predict Where Stage One Will Be?
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Ask the Anglers: Can You Predict Where Stage One Will Be?

October 19, 2019 • Bass Pro Tour

The 2020 season of the MLF Bass Pro Tour is right around the corner, with Stage One kicking off in February. We asked some MLF pros to predict the location of Stage One.