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The Apex Pro Tour is the ultimate showdown for the top anglers on the west coast. With a high-stakes points system that combines catch count and weight, this league is a true test of skill, strategy, and endurance.
Each season heats up with 4 electrifying regular season events, where anglers battle it out to secure a spot in the championship. The real test comes at the season-ending championship event, where only the best of the best remain to fight for the title of Apex Pro Champion.
If you love heart-pumping action, edge-of-your-seat excitement, and the thrill of the catch, the Apex Pro Tour delivers!
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Apex Pro Tour News
Oakley, CA - May 18, 2023 - Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) is delighted to announce a new partnership with the City of Oakley, California. The partnership aims to establish "The Gateway to the Delta," a unique promotional campaign spotlighting the avenue of outdoor...
By David A. Brown Tournament winner Matthew Nadeau caught his fish on a 2.8 and 3.3 Keitech Swing Impact Fat in electric shad on a 3/16-ounce Gamakatsu ball head jig and a Strike King 6XD. Diff Maker: Nadeau fished his Keitechs on a 7-2 medium light...
By David A. Brown PLUMAS PINES, Calif. — For two days, Matthew Nadeau had seen the picture taking shape and when Championship Saturday found all the pieces in place, it did not take him long to sack up a limit of 15.37 pounds and win the APEX Pro Tour season...
By David A. Brown PLUMAS PINES, Calif. — Knowing when to pull the plug and leave an unproductive scenario turned out to be the best decision Scott Hellesen made en route to retaining his lead at the APEX Pro Tour season opener on Lake Almanor presented by...
By David A. Brown PLUMAS PINES, Calif. — Scott Hellesen wasted no time in making his point, as the seasoned pro from Paso Robles, Calif. sacked up 17.58 pounds to lead Day 1 of the APEX Pro Tour season opener on Lake Almanor presented by Bridgford Foods. ...
By David A. Brown Turning in a wire-to-wire performance, Ken Mah caught a 3-day winning total of 61.54 pounds by a Bill Lewis SB-57 squarebill in Ozark craw and punching heavy cover with a Big Bite Baits Yo Mama in the confusion color and a Big Bite Baits...