Former Champs Compete in Episode Two

Former Champs Compete in Episode Two
Former Champs Compete in Episode Two

2013 GEICO Challenge Cup, Lake Istokpoga, Oct. 22 - 27, 2012

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TULSA, Okla. – Brent Ehrler and Denny Brauer see if they can rekindle their Jack Link’s Major League Fishing magic during Episode Two of the 2013 GEICO Challenge Cup from Florida’s Lake Istokpoga. The past champions are in the field together on Elimination Day Two, which begins airing tonight at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, on Outdoor Channel.

Ehrler, champion of the inaugural Major League Fishing event on Lake Amistad in Texas, and Brauer, who won the league’s recent event on Chautauqua Lake in New York, join a field that also includes Mike Iaconelli, Alton Jones, Gary Klein, Skeet Reese, Tim Horton and first-time MLF competitor Randy Howell.

“We like the fact that our first two champions are in the field together,” said Major League Fishing Commissioner Don Rucks. “We also have Randy Howell in the field. He brings us an incredible amount of enthusiasm for this event. He really enjoyed competing in this event, and I think that will be evident.”


Challenge Cup coverage will air six times per week during the second quarter of 2013 on Outdoor Channel, America’s Leader In Outdoor TV. For air times, please check here.


Major League Fishing also offers EXTENDED CAST, a web-based, significantly expanded version of the Challenge Cup television episodes. EXTENDED CAST can be accessed by clicking here. The first episode of EXTENDED CAST is offered free.


Jack Link's Major League Fishing Show Page

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