The New Future Pro Tour
15th Anniversary ushers in BIG payouts
Big things coming down for 2017...a BRIEF rundown:
- Two vehicles will be awarded at the FPT 2017 FPT Classic – one for each region – PLUS $10,000 in cash. (That a $60K + Classic for a field of no more than 100 teams)
- 2017 “Ram Guts & Glory” Angler of the Year race – top 10 in in each region, will draw for an “Ultimate Hunter’s Package” that includes and off-road ATV, shotgun, ammo, and decoys
- Ram Trucks - Guts and Glory “Trickle Down Cash” pay cash awards to every 5th team out of the money (up to $500 total).
- RAM Trucks - Youth Angler scholarship cash will be awarded at each event for the highest finishing youth 15 and under!
FPT Partners help pay the bills!
TALON REWARDS - $500 for the winner (owing a Talon), $250 for highest finisher
RAM REWARDS - $100 - win with 2015 or newer Ram, $50 win - any year Ram Truck, $25 for highest finisher - any year Ram Truck
RAM GUTS AND GLORY - "TRICKLE DOWN CASH" - Every 5th team out-the-money receives $100 cash
MERCURY POWER/RE-POWER CASH - $100 if you win and own a new Mercury outboard, $50 for the highest finisher with a Mercury outboard
GAMKATSU "HOOK AND HOLD" CASH - $50 for big fish of the event - (one time $10 purchase of Gamakatsu required)
NITRO BONUS - Up to $3,000 for winning a FPT event - for details visit: https://www.tournament-rewards.com/Payouts.aspx
TRITON GOLD BONUS - Up to $7,000 for winning a FPT event - for details visit: https://www.tritonboats.com/triton_gold.aspx
SKEETER CASH - (Coming Soon)
NICK LYNCH - NO LIMITS...NO BOUNDARIES
A noted and inspirational orator once stated that, “Those who define the diameter of your knowledge, also prescribe the circumference of your activity.”
This means to say that if you allow it, people will try to define for you, how much you should know (diameter), and in doing so can also cause you to adopt a “stay within the circle” mentality (circumference), causing you to limit your horizons and perhaps miss out on many opportunities.
But if you know anything about Nick Lynch, you know that the notion of “limitations” is not a word in his vocabulary.