Denali Rods would like to announce three new additions to its pro staff team. Denali has recently inked three FLW touring pros Christian Romans, John Voyles, and Brian Travis.
“These are three young anglers that have already experienced success at the professional level and have all the tools to really go far,” stated Denali Rods president Scott Estes. “Christian, John, and Brian have the talent and the marketing ability to help Denali, and we look forward to supporting and growing with them in their careers.”
Christian Romans, of Carrollton, KY, finishing his second season on the FLW tour, is a promoter, works hard and someone who represents his sponsors well. He has had much success on the BFL and American Fishing League level, already notching 5 top tens and a BFL win in his young career.
John Voyles, of Petersburg, IN, finishing his second season on the FLW Tour, has knocked on the door both years for making the Forrest Wood Cup. Also, a great promoter and personal representation of his sponsors, he has made his mark fishing BFL’s and especially the American Fishing League level, already notching 3 top tens in his early career.
Brian Travis (Team Frog Tape) of Conover, NC has literally been “Living the Dream” since winning the TBF National Championship in 2008. This win came with the “Living the Dream” package that qualified Brian to fish the 2008 Forrest Wood Cup, and the 2009 FLW Tour and Series. Since then, Brian has had no shortage of success, marking a career 6 top tens, and in the 2010 FLW Tour Trail, scoring a 34th place finish and qualifying for his second Forrest Wood Cup, Aug 5th on Lake Lanier.
“Keep an eye on these guys,” said Estes. “I believe you will be hearing these names more and more over the next few years, and their best is definitely yet to come. In addition, these are guys that work extremely hard in representing their sponsors, which is a tremendous asset.”
Voyles, Romans, and Travis join Denali’s list of touring professionals along with Michael Murphy, Mark Tyler, Ray Scheide, and Preston Clark.