Seventh Webisode Gets Into Anglers' Heads
TULSA, Okla. – The Major League Lessons webisode invites viewers to “climb inside the minds” of Major League Fishing anglers during and after their quest to capture the Challenge Cup bass fishing title.
The webisode is the seventh and final installment of a series of Internet-based Pay-Per-View shows that follows action at Major League Fishing’s inaugural event, the Challenge Cup. The webisode can be seen by visiting www.majorleaguefishing.com/advancecast/. The Challenge Cup was filmed November 6-11, 2012, on Lake Amistad, Texas.
“I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say that this Challenge Cup competition re-engineered the sport of competitive bass fishing, so I believe fishing fans will find this webisode to be exceptional,” said Major League Fishing Commissioner Don Rucks. “For six straight days, our 24 great anglers experienced the fastest-paced competition ever. They had no practice and no idea where they were going to fish. And now, in this webisode, we’ll get to climb inside the anglers’ minds as they tell you how they went about finding fish.”
“Skeet Reese and Boyd Duckett, two of our outstanding anglers, have said publicly that Major League Fishing’s webisodes are the best deal in fishing,” Rucks said. “I think when people watch this particular webisode, they’ll understand what Skeet and Boyd are saying.”
The Major League Lessons webisode will feature on-the-water interviews and analysis with the winners of all rounds.
The Challenge Cup can be seen on Outdoor Channel’s new show “Major League Fishing” beginning Thursday, March 29 at 9 p.m. ET and again on Saturday, March 31 at 4 p.m. ET. The Advance Cast webisodes, which offer more than an additional hour of coverage and provide a heavier emphasis on in-game angler analysis and on-the-water action, will continue to be available. The Advance Cast total-event BassPass, a package of all seven webisodes, costs $17.94, with individual episodes available for $2.99 each.