If you took the time to play this year’s FLW Outdoors Fantasy Fishing Challenge, you’ve probably experienced plenty of ups and downs, prognostications that were applauded as well as some that were better left ignored. But while thousands of dollars in prizes have already been given away to the top bass-fishing pundits in the country to date, the best is yet to come. Not only are there still plenty of people in the running for the $1 million grand prize – which will be awarded to a participant who correctly guess the top-five order in this year’s FLW Tour Championship – one fortunate prognosticator is about to win a brand-new, fully rigged Ranger Z20 Comanche bass boat. That’s correct. Somebody is going to win a brand-new boat for doing nothing more than playing a free fantasy fishing game.
This year’s FLW Outdoors Fantasy Fishing Challenge giveaway of a Ranger boat will take place live during the Friday, July 15, weigh-in at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Obviously, if you’ve taken the trip to Arkansas to see the 2005 FLW Tour Championship, you can see the drawing in person. However, if you couldn’t make the trip, you can still see the drawing live by accessing our FLW Live technology on FLWOutdoors.com. Beginning at approximately 4:30 p.m. Central time, FLWOutoors.com will be providing live streaming video of the co-angler and pro weigh-ins as well as the Ranger boat giveaway associated with the fantasy fishing challenge. The winner of the FLW Outdoors Fantasy Fishing Challenge is scheduled to be announced July 15, sometime between the end of the co-angler weigh-in and the start of the pro weigh-in.
And remember, the more times you played the challenge this year, the more chances you have to win your very own boat. So don’t forget to watch the event unfold live. And maybe, just maybe, you’ll wind up with one of the greatest prizes offered this season.
But if you missed out on the action this year, stay tuned for the unveiling of the 2006 FLW Outdoors Fantasy Fishing Challenge – with details to be announced this fall.