WILKESVILLE, OH (JANUARY 26, 2024) — The National Professional Fishing League’s popular “Round Table” Live Stream will be hosted by Ken Duke in 2024. The shows will be available live online each Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday night before events. The first episode will air on Sunday, January 28, 2024 at 8:00 p.m. ET (7:00 p.m. CT) before the NPFL season opener on Alabama’s Logan Martin Lake. It will feature pro anglers David Fritts (winner of the 1993 Bassmaster Classic on Logan Martin and a rookie with NPFL) and Thomas Shelton.
Duke is a longtime bass fishing industry media person. He’s written two books on the sport, and his work has appeared in dozens of national and regional outdoor magazines over the past 40 years. In addition, he’s the host of two bass fishing podcasts, and a serious student of the sport.
“It’s a thrill for me to be working with NPFL and to be hosting ‘Round Table’,” Duke said. “The list of professionals at NPFL doesn’t end with star and rising star anglers, it goes to the entire team of people who deliver a great product and experience for the fans and competitors. I’m excited to be a part of that team, and I’ll do my best to live up to their high standards.”
NPFL President Brad Fuller says he’s excited to have Duke onboard.
“Ken is extremely passionate and authentic about our sport,” Fuller said. “’Round Table’ is one of our vehicles for introducing our anglers to the audience — particularly our tournament winners, Angler of the Year leaders, and newsmakers. Having Ken as the host not only puts the show in experienced hands, but it gives us the opportunity to utilize other key team members in different roles that will add to our mix and make us even stronger.”
To learn more about the NPFL, visit https://thenationalprofessionalfishingleague.com/.
About the National Professional Fishing League
The NPFL was designed to bring simplicity back to professional bass fishing — one lake, the full field fishing all three days, and the heaviest combined three-day weight winning. The goal of the NPFL is to put the anglers first and build a trail that gets back to what the founders of bass fishing intended it to be.
Brad Fuller: firstname.lastname@example.org