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Missile Baits Makes FLW Moves with Pearson –


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Missile Baits Makes FLW Moves with Pearson
Salem, VA –March 4, 2014– Missile Baits is making a move to gain additional exposure on the FLW Tour. Robert Pearson from Herndon, Virginia and Rich Lowitzki from Hampshire, Illinois are joining the Missile Baits Pro Bomb Squad. They join Ish Monroe, John Crews, and Chad Morgenthaler. Pearson, a 12 year FLW Tour pro, will be running an awesome looking Missile Baits wrapped Ranger Boat on the FLW Tour and Northern Rayovac Series this year.
Robert explains, “John and I go way back. When the Missile Baits came out, I got my hands on some and put them right into my boat. It is going to be a lot of fun working with John and talking about fishing Missile Baits. They sure enough catch fish and we all like doing that more.”
“Robert and I have known each other since I was in college,” states John Crews, company owner and fellow pro staffer. “We met at a regional team tournament championship and immediately became friends. We keep in touch and both fished the FLW Tour together for a few years. Robert always represents himself in a very professional manner and is a great representative for any company. We are glad to have him on and know that he will bring Missile Baits very positive exposure.”
Missile Baits has also added FLW Pro angler, Rich Lowitzki. Rich has been competing on the FLW pro division for 9 years and has accumulated over $141,000 in FLW earnings. Lowitzki has been an avid fan of the baits since they came out. Currently Missile Baits is represented on the FLW Tour by Ish Monroe on the pro division and Rick Sweadner on the co-angler division.

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