2022 Tackle Warehouse TITLE Roster Set - Major League Fishing

2022 Tackle Warehouse TITLE Roster Set

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August 5, 2022 • MLF • Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit

The final event of the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Presented by Fuel Me season, the Tackle Warehouse TITLE Presented by Mercury, features the top 48 pros in the standings, plus last year’s TITLE champ and the Angler of the Year. They’ll all compete on the St. Lawrence River out of Massena, New York, for a guaranteed check and a $200,000 top prize. The tournament will take place with a hybrid format featuring five-bass limits as well as rounds and zeroed weights.

Tournament Preview

The event takes place Aug. 16-21, starting with four days of Qualifying Rounds with Group A fishing on Day 1 and Day 3 and Group B fishing on Day 2 and Day 4. The winner of each group will move straight to the Championship Round, with pros second through 10th from each group heading to the Knockout Round on Day 5 where the weights are zeroed from previous rounds. In the Knockout Round, the top eight will move on to the Championship Round. In the Championship Round – the sixth and final day of competition – the weights are zeroed and the pro with the biggest five-bass limit at the end of the day will be the TITLE champion.

Here’s who will be slugging it out with smallmouth on the St. Lawrence.

2022 TITLE Qualifiers

1. Michael Neal – Dayton, Tennessee (2021 AOY)

106. Jimmy Washam – Stantonville, Tennessee (2021 TITLE winner)

2. Justin Lucas – Guntersville, Alabama

3. Spencer Shuffield – Hot Springs, Arkansas  

4. Josh Butler – Hayden, Alabama

5. Matt Becker – Finleyville, Pennsylvania

6. Nick LeBrun – Bossier City, Louisiana

7. Mitch Crane – Columbus, Mississippi

8. John Hunter – Shelbyville, Kentucky

9. Dakota Ebare – Brookeland, Texas

10. Jacob Wall – New Hope, Alabama

11. Justin Cooper – Zwolle, Louisiana

12. Grae Buck – Green Lane, Pennsylvania

13. Skeet Reese – Auburn, California

14. Nick Hatfield – Greenville, Tennessee

15. Josh Bragg – Fayetteville, Georgia

16. John Cox – DeBary, Florida

17. Jacopo Gallelli – Horton, Alabama

18. Chris Lane – Guntersville, Alabama

19. Evan Barnes – Dardanelle, Arkansas

20. Ron Nelson – Berrien Springs, Michigan

21. Kyle Cortiana – Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

22. Mark Rose – Wynne, Arkansas

23. Kurt Mitchell – Milford, Delaware

24. Wesley Strader – Spring City, Tennessee

25. Jim Moynagh – Shakopee, Minnesota

26. Cole Floyd – Leesburg, Ohio

27. Alex Davis – Albertville, Alabama

28. Corey Neece – Bristol, Tennessee

29. Braxton Setzer – Wetumpka, Alabama

30. Casey Scanlon – Eldon, Missouri

31. Brian Latimer – Belton, S.C.

32. Jeff Reynolds – Calera, Oklahoma

33. David Walker – Sevierville, Tennessee

34. Chad Warren – Sand Springs, Oklahoma

35. Derrick Snavely – Piney Flats, Tennessee

36. Martin Villa – Charlottesville, Virginia

37. Joey Cifuentes – Clinton, Arkansas

38. Bobby Lane – Lakeland, Florida

39. Jason Reyes – Huffman, Texas

40. Joshua Weaver – Macon, Georgia

41. Andrew Loberg – Rocklin, California

42. Jon Canada – Helena, Alabama

43. Barron Adams – Mineral Bluff, Georgia

44. Jared McMillan – Clewiston, Florida

45. Brett Hite – Phoenix, Arizona

46. Phillip Dutra – Guntersville, Alabama

47. Blake Hall – Rogersville, Alabama

48. Lane Olson – Forest Grove, Oregon

49. Tom Monsoor – La Crosse, Wis.

50. Andy Newcomb – Camdenton, Missouri (added because John Cox will miss the event)

You can find full tournament details here, as well as all the details needed to attend the event. In addition to hours of live-streamed fishing, a kids fishing derby, fireworks, live music and more will headline Saturday’s weigh-in. Plus, the MLF Fishing and Outdoor Expo takes place Saturday and Sunday, with a chance to win a Polaris Sportsman 570, see the latest gear and meet the pros.