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Did MLF ever explain why they forced company issued jerseys and boats on BPT anglers? #13957570 04/12/21 09:04 PM
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I have not heard that MLF has put forth a coherent reason as to why, with little to no notice, they forced the BPT anglers who qualified for the heavy hitters tournament into shunning their own sponsor obligations. Has MLF put out an official statement? I understand there were some MLF posts on a social media platform that were characterized as rambling excuse making, but never addressed why the angles and their sponsor were not clearly told. The concern now is this move have given sponsors a legitimate reason to drop anglers and get out of the contracts for the remainder of the season.

It seems they are depriving the anglers of the ability to represent their bread and butter sponsors in the tournaments, and I think they underestimated how seriously some take that obligation.

Moritz Chevrolet - 9101 Camp Bowie W Blvd, Fort Worth, TX - Monte Coon (817) 696-2003
Re: Did MLF ever explain why they forced company issued jerseys and boats on BPT anglers? [Re: Big O Florida] #13957585 04/12/21 09:12 PM
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Sorry my friend, but you were warned to lay off this crap. If you want back on the TFF, you will have to use your real name from now on ... and you will have to stop obsessively attacking MLF.


The solution to any problem - work, love, money, whatever - is to go fishing, and the worse the problem, the longer the trip should be. --John Gierach

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