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MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga #13258700 08/25/19 01:24 AM
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What has your interest? I watched some MLF BPT stuff at first but now really only watch BASS Elite. Just can’t get into the dink fest although there can be some late drama.

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Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258767 08/25/19 02:15 AM
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Bass live is pretty solid. Good footage

Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258839 08/25/19 03:08 AM
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BPT Redcreast. I can't excited about minor league fishing.

Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258846 08/25/19 03:22 AM
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Bass Elites and even FLW is better than MLF dink fest.

Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258851 08/25/19 03:30 AM
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Anything but the mo little fish circus

Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258863 08/25/19 03:52 AM
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I will watch the beginning of the bassmaster and end of the MLF event for sure, I will watch more of the MLF for same reason Barn mentioned.

Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258867 08/25/19 03:57 AM
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Hoping Feidler or Zaldain can make a big comeback tomorrow. Nothing against Gussy, buy really like watching Seth, guys a riot.

Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258883 08/25/19 04:11 AM
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Same here I watched BPT for a while but enjoy BASS Live or Live Mix the best.


Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13258889 08/25/19 04:16 AM
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I mainly watch the one that doesn’t have 56 seat fillers that people act like they are all Cal Ripken Jr’s, you know... the ones without any long-standing substantial accomplishments that are now “pros”. Can’t say I ever watched FLW more than a few times seems to be Meh for me, let’s face facts most are one of a 150 boat field of XFL benchwarmers who like to fish and have money to buy in. Maybe little fish tour will pick better lakes next year since they can fit on smaller bodies with the smaller Daily field, but it still has better action for my personal viewing pleasure.
I mean honestly it’s not like they are yanking donkeys out of every lake they go to on the other circuits with average 12-16lb stringers daily, even a local clubber tournament on worn out ‘ol squaw creek can could put up better than that. What one averages 2.13# per fish and and the other two 5 fish at 2.77. Big deal. I think they all mostly need to stay on water bodies south of about 37° except for a couple smallie tourneys.

I don’t mind if you prefer to watch a guy boat 5 to 9 keepers in a day to each his own. I can generally do that, I wish I could go out and sack up 40 fish a day consistently. The big ones will come along the way if the water body supports good fish. Size gets lost in the averages when pounding on fish all day.


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I tried to watch LMF but the main desk guy talks in a radio voice and not in a way a person talks. Already had one guy say “I guess he needs to talk in hillbilly” no not at all he can talk like he would if he was not on a tv or radio program. I also use to follow many of the anglers on their social media that fished lmf, however now I follow the FLW and BASS guys. To be brutally honest I have not missed watching any of the old guys that left for the duckett regime. Just the fact duckett said those anglers would not be doing the classic and FLW cup totally killed any interest of that circuit. I love bass fishing and watching it but have found myself actually turning the channel when that show came on.
So no I don’t care for the set up and it’s ok if everybody else does.

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IMO MLF is so much better to watch. Because of the MLF format, I finally can watch and entire series without constantly scanning other channels for something better to watch, unlike FLW.

I do have to thank FLW for making me want to get out and fish more...I'm so freaking bored watching FLW after 10 minutes, I just turn the TV off and go fishing instead smile

Although, I do really enjoy watching the individual youtube channels of the FLW competitors.

Bottom line, it's nice to have these options.

Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13259464 08/25/19 11:57 PM
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BASS for sure. If I wanted to see 60 fish caught for 80 pounds I’d go to the nearest stock tank and throw a roadrunner. Congrats. You beat the bank better than the next guy.


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Re: MLF Redcrest or BASS Cayuga [Re: Fishspanker] #13259468 08/26/19 12:03 AM
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Looks like 6 of one half dozen of another.

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Originally Posted by Josh Seale
BASS for sure. If I wanted to see 60 fish caught for 80 pounds I’d go to the nearest stock tank and throw a roadrunner. Congrats. You beat the bank better than the next guy.

You must not watch to make stupid comments like that

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BASS for sure. If I wanted to see 60 fish caught for 80 pounds I’d go to the nearest stock tank and throw a roadrunner. Congrats. You beat the bank better than the next guy.

You must not watch to make stupid comments like that



Stupid because it doesn’t align with your way of thinking? Or stupid because your intellect isn’t adequate enough to understand why I have that opinion? Either way it’s my opinion. Like it. Don’t like it. I’ll sleep at night either way.


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