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Buddy Gross Bags LEER Cover Cash on Toho

Buddy Gross Bags LEER Cover Cash on Toho
Buddy Gross

In addition to the winner’s trophy and more than $100,000 that Buddy Gross earned for winning 2019 FLW Tour stop No. 2 at Lake Toho, the Chickamauga, Ga., pro also earned an extra $500 of LEER “Cover Cash” for his efforts.

Gross was awarded not only for his ability to catch bass in offshore grass, but also because he owns a LEER cap and Locker.

“Honestly, I bet I’ve owned 10 LEER caps in my life,” Gross says. “Since joining the FLW Tour, this is the third LEER cap I’ve owned and won money through ‘Cover Cash’ with, but I’ve owned LEER products since the ’80s. Nowadays, the LEER Locker has become my right-hand man. I keep everything from spare reels, extra electronics parts, lures and even tools up there, and I absolutely love it. LEER makes great products, and the ‘Cover Cash’ contingency program makes my truck cover choice a no-brainer.”

Gross can count on his LEER truck cap to keep his equipment organized and protected, and has been able to count on the “Cover Cash” program to earn him some extra coin each year, too. If you fish in bass or walleye tournaments and bonus money sounds like something you’d be interested in, visit leercovercash.com.

You don’t have to be a Tour pro or even win the tournament you compete in to reap the benefits of “Cover Cash.” The program is FREE to register for folks who own a LEER truck cap or tonneau cover and pays out at more than 300 tournaments – from team tournament trails to professional-level events. If you’d rather speak to someone than follow the link above, call 918.742.6424and ask for Luke or Kendall.

FLW Calls for Support of House Bill 29

FLW Calls for Support of House Bill 29

House Bill 29 is scheduled for a vote at the next Kentucky General Assembly on Feb. 5, and FLW has offered its support of the bill and asked for support from its members as well. The legislation is intended to serve as an amendment to the new sales tax on admission to sporting events that went into effect on July 1, 2018. As part of that legislation, fishing tournament entry fees and boat ramp usage fees are also taxable in the state of Kentucky as of the date of enactment – a tax that could negatively impact the recreational fishing economy in Kentucky. READ MORE »