Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit - Major League Fishing

Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Info

The 2021 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit will feature six regular-season tournaments showcasing the best 150 anglers in the world competing for as much as $135,000 in a five-biggest-fish format on top bass fisheries at peak times. The 2020 season culminates in the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit TITLE Presented by Toyota, where the top 50 pros will compete for as much as $235,000 in a catch, weigh, immediate-release format.

Event Formats

Qualifiers: Traditional five-biggest-fish format

  • Days 1 & 2: The full field of 150 professionals compete 
  • Day 3: Top 50 professionals based on cumulative weight from days 1 and 2 continue competition
  • Day 4: Top 10 professionals based on cumulative weight from days 1, 2 and 3 continue competition. Winner determined by heaviest cumulative weight from all four days.

Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit TITLE: Top 48 pros based on points earned in six Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit qualifiers compete along with the 2020 TITLE Champion and the 2020 Angler of the Year, provided they fish the 2021 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit or Bass Pro Tour.

Qualifying Round

  • Days 1 & 3: Group A (25 pros) – Top angler based on cumulative weight from days 1 and 3 advances directly to Championship Round
  • Days 2 & 4: Group B (25 pros) – Top angler based on cumulative weight from days 2 and 4 advances directly to Championship Round

Knockout Round

  • Day 5: Pros 2-10 from Group A & pros 2-10 from Group B Qualifying Round – Weights are zeroed. Top eight anglers based on the day’s weight advance to Championship Round

Championship Round

  • Day 6: Qualifying Round leader from Group A and Group B + top eight anglers from Knockout Round. Weights are zeroed. Winner determined by the day’s weight. 

2021 Payouts

Angler of the Year             

The top pro from the point standings after the six Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit qualifiers (ties resolved by total weight) wins the Angler of the Year title and entry fees for the 2022 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit plus automatic qualification for the 2022 TITLE provided he or she fishes the 2022 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit or Bass Pro Tour. 

Polaris Rookie of the Year

The top pro from the point standings after the six Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit qualifiers (ties resolved by total weight) who has never fished an FLW Tour (Major), Bass Pro Tour or B.A.S.S. Elite Series tournament as a pro before this season wins the Rookie of the Year trophy and a new Polaris Ranger 1000.