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FLW Live Schedule for the Cup

FLW Live Schedule for the Cup
FLW Live

FLW Live will air all three days of the 2019 FLW Cup on Lake Hamilton, beginning with on-the-water coverage Friday, Aug. 9. 

Day one will feature 2019 Angler of the Year David Dudley, as well as FLW Tour superstars Bryan Thrift, Scott Martin, Brian Latimer and John Cox. Special segments will feature International Division qualifier Erik Luzak and YETI FLW College Fishing champs Blake Albertson and Adam Puckett.

The FLW Cup will feature 52 of the world’s best bass anglers, all vying for the $300,000 top prize and a chance at bass fishing immortality. FLW Live has the action covered from every angle.

Travis Moran and Todd Hollowell will host the on-the-water show, with a few special guests stopping by the broadcast booth at the FLW Expo. The show airs Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. CT. 

Daily weigh-ins will be broadcast starting at 5 p.m. CT.

 

FLW Live Schedule

Friday, August 9

8 a.m. CT – 2 p.m. CT – Live on-the-water coverage

5 p.m. CT – Live weigh-in show from Bank OZK Arena

Special studio guests: George Cochran and James Niggemeyer

On-the-water cameras: David Dudley, Bryan Thrift, John Cox, Brian Latimer and Scott Martin, plus special segments with International Division qualifier Erik Luzak and YETI FLW College Fishing qualifiers Blake Albertson and Adam Puckett.

 

Saturday, August 10

8 a.m. CT – 2 p.m. CT – Live on-the-water coverage

5 p.m. CT – Live weigh-in show from Bank OZK Arena

Special studio guests: Luke Dunkin, Bill McDonald and Eric Jackson

On-the-water cameras: The broadcast will feature the top five pros in the standings the final two days, plus two roaming cameras.

 

Sunday, August 11

8 a.m. CT – 2 p.m. CT – Live on-the-water coverage

5 p.m. CT – Live weigh-in show from Bank OZK Arena

Special studio guests: The hosts will be joined by Cup competitors that failed to make the cut.

On-the-water cameras: The broadcast will feature the top five pros in the standings the final two days, plus two roaming cameras.

 

FLW Live

How to watch

FLW recently launched a new “Live Broadcasts” section on its home page to make finding and watching FLW Live even easier. When you navigate to FLWFishing.com, simply scroll down to the “Live Broadcasts” section. It lists all upcoming broadcasts by circuit. A red camera icon indicates shows currently airing.

When Tour shows are live, there will also be a notification at the top of the home page. Click on it, and you’ll be directed to the new “Live Broadcasts” section.

The show is free to watch and will be simulcast at Facebook.com/flwfishing, YouTube.com/flwfishing and Twitch.tv/flwfishing.

Click here to read more about the site enhancements.

Click here to read about FLW’s expanded FLW Live programming for 2019.

FLW Cup tournament details

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