WILKESVILLE, OH (Jan 3, 2022) — The National Professional Fishing League season is set to begin at Pickwick Lake in March, and the 2023 field is set. The 2023 field consists of 76 anglers competing for the $100,000 first place regular season event first place payout with the top 25 in Progressive Angler of the Year points fishing for an additional $100,000 prize at the no entry-fee Championship on Lake Amistad. In addition, the 2023 AOY winner will receive $20,000 and paid entry to the 2024 NPFL season.
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“We are extremely excited for the anglers that have chosen to fish with ‘The League’ for the 2023 season,” said Paul Benson of the NPFL. “The diversity and quality of anglers within the field will make for some exciting coverage for fans to follow along this year on PHYX TV.”
The field consists of seasoned veterans with over 40 years of tournament fishing experience and some anglers who are taking their first shot at competing on the National level. The NPFL is hyper focused on expanding the platform and extending coverage to help anglers build their brands.
“We look forward to seeing what this field puts together throughout the season as they fish for a shot to compete for the 2023 NPFL Championship at Lake Amistad,” added Benson.
The Official 2023 field:
Michael E Alls
Scott Lindstam Jr.
Larry Wilcher jr.
Learn more about the NPFL, here.
Be sure to download the Free PHYX TV App to watch all of the live coverage 2023
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.