UPCOMING EVENT: HIGH SCHOOL FISHING - 2019 - Pickwick Lake

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Fishing is the Best Distraction

Fishing is the Best Distraction

Over the years on the FLW Tour I’ve encountered rough weather and water conditions, lakes that keep me constantly thinking and those dang bass that are so hard to figure out. But I’ve never had to deal with something as mentally challenging as cancer. READ MORE »

Glenn Browne’s Favorite Flipping Baits

Glenn Browne’s Favorite Flipping Baits

Glenn Browne has proven time and again that he’s one of the best with a flipping stick in his hands. From a win in 2015 on Lake Champlain to three top-five finishes in the Costa FLW Series Southeastern Division in 2016, the Florida pro’s faith in flipping is often rewarded. READ MORE »

Time Out for Cancer

Time Out for Cancer

Walmart FLW Tour pro Glenn Browne has been caught in hair-raising thunderstorms, raced down windswept lakes in white-knuckle boat rides and dodged catastrophic interstate pileups going to and from tournaments. But the scariest thing that ever confronted him was the day a doctor told him that he had cancer. READ MORE »

Inside Look: Browne’s AOY Season

Inside Look: Browne’s AOY Season

In 2015, the Ocala, Fla., pro won the Costa FLW Series Northern Division tournament on Lake Champlain en route to finishing third in the division’s Strike King Angler of the Year standings and qualifying for the Walmart FLW Tour. READ MORE »

Browne Sticks To The Bank To Win

Browne Sticks To The Bank To Win

A lot would have had to happen for Glenn Browne to relinquish his hard-earned lead on the final day of the Rayovac FLW Series event presented by Plano on Lake Champlain. It turned out that a lot did happen, but with help from his friends and a great pattern, Glenn Browne socked 18 pounds, 7 ounces on the final day for a 63-pound, 8-ounce total and a payday of $34,097 plus a new Ranger Z518 with a 200-hp outboard. READ MORE »

Browne Wins Rayovac FLW Series Northern Division Event On Lake Champlain

Browne Wins Rayovac FLW Series Northern Division Event On Lake Champlain

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Aug. 1, 2015) – Glenn Browne of Ocala, Florida, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 18 pounds, 7 ounces Saturday to win the Rayovac FLW Series Northern Division event on the Lake Champlain presented by Plano with a three-day total of 15 bass weighing 63 pounds, 8 ounces. For his victory, Browne earned $34,097 and a new Ranger Z518C with a 200-horsepower Evinrude or Mercury outboard motor.... READ MORE »

Browne Crushes Again, Leads By 6+

Browne Crushes Again, Leads By 6+

Averaging 20 pounds or more is a difficult thing to do in a multi-day tournament on Lake Champlain, but Glenn Browne might be on his way to doing it in the Rayovac FLW Series presented by Plano. After two days, the Ocala, Fla., pro has run to Ticonderoga twice and sacked up nearly identical bags for a total of 45 pounds, 8 ounces. READ MORE »

Top 5 Patterns from Champlain Day 1

Top 5 Patterns from Champlain Day 1

Lake Champlain was rough and wild on day one of the Rayovac FLW Series event presented by Plano, and a bunch of the anglers still got it done in a big way. David Cioppa caught largemouths in the Inland Sea, but the rest of the top guys spread out all over the massive lake. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Glenn Browne

Pro Tips Weekly: Glenn Browne

Now that the weather is transitioning into fall, shad are moving out of the open water and into coves – especially coves with creeks. I like to fish docks this time of year because bass will gang up under them and pick off bigger shad and other prey fish. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Glenn Browne

Pro Tips Weekly: Glenn Browne

Whenever I’m flipping cover, I always have two identical rods rigged up with exactly the same bait. I’m looking for a reaction strike, and when it happens, it happens quickly. But sometimes the bass isn’t hooked on the take, and maybe the lure gets pulled down or wadded up on the hook or part of the lure is even torn off. You can’t afford to waste time re-rigging. Instead, you want to be able to get the same bait down there as quickly as possible, and that’s why you have the backup rig. READ MORE »