Recap- Hardly, Strictly Musky – The Southern Classic

 

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The 2014 Hardly, Strictly Musky – The Southern Classic was a great success this past May, as dozens of anglers bounded upon McMinnville, Tennessee.

Jim Shulin of TFO was on hand not only to fish with Advisory Staffer Blane Chocklett (Oh, and TFO’s Bob Clouser also fished the tourney!), but, also to unveil the new TFO Esox Series.

Photo courtesy of Blane Chocklett.

Photo courtesy of Blane Chocklett.

Here is a link to a short write-up by Pile Cast Fly Fishing.

There was also a great write-up on the event by Dave Hosler in the latest edition of American Angler Magazine.

Check out their Facebook page: Hardly, Strictly, Musky-Southern Classic for some bad ass photos from the weekend.

Team TFO of Blane Chocklett, (left) and Jim Shulin (right) prepping for a weekend of slinging big flies.  Photo by Jim Shulin, TFO.

Team TFO of Blane Chocklett, (left) and Jim Shulin (right) prepping for a weekend of slinging big flies.
Photo by Jim Shulin, TFO.

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One Response to Recap- Hardly, Strictly Musky – The Southern Classic

  1. Marty LaBrusciano says:

    I just had to write a comment regarding TFO as a company that stands by its product. I have several TFO rods for both fresh and salt water use. I recently broke my favorite 8wt. while fishing down in Port Lavaca, Tx. when I returned home, I shipped the broken rod off to Dallas and had it back in less that 1 week, no questions asked!!! If i never had a reason before to buy another TFO product, this level of professional service sure sealed it. Can’t say enough about the quality of their rods and service. Thanks,
    Marty LaBrusciano
    Buffalo, Wyoming

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