- JACOB WHEELER
Wheeler’s success as an angler stems from his distinctive techniques, which perfectly align with Duckett Fishing’s “Pro-Driven” philosophy. As an angler-owned and angler-driven company, Duckett Fishing leads the design of each of its products with technique, not price and style like other manufacturers.
- TIMMY HORTON
Timmy Horton, of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, joined Duckett Fishing in 2010. Like several fellow Duckett Fishing anglers, Horton is considered one of the top competitors on the BASS Elite Series tour. Horton is also a Major League Fishing angler. Horton is the host of the Timmy Horton Outdoors television show, which can be seen on the Pursuit and WFN networks. Horton specializes in off-shore, deep-structure fishing.
- KELLY JORDON
Kelly Jordon has won 4 Bassmaster Elite Tournaments, finished in the Top 10 thirty-two times, and qualified for the Bassmaster Classic 9 Times. Kelly is known on the tour for his strengths in fishing grass lakes as well as fishing deep-diving crankbaits.
- GARY KLEIN
A 30+ year veteran, Gary Klein has become a bass fishing icon. In his long and distinguished career, Gary has claimed 30 Bassmaster Classic Qualifications, 8 Bassmaster Elite Tour Wins, 2 FLW Tour Wins, 78 top-10 finishes, a U.S. Open Championship and has twice been named Bassmaster Elite Angler of the Year.
- JASON LAMBERT
Jason Lambert fished his rookie season on the FLW Tour in 2014. Starting at the BFL level in 2003 Lambert has fished his way up the FLW circuits. He has notched two wins and eight top-10 finishes during his career to date. Now, the Tennessee professional will be competing on the Bass Pro Tour with Major League Fishing.
- DEAN ROJAS
Rojas holds the record of the highest single day, five-fish, weight ever recorded in a B.A.S.S. event. His 45-02 lbs has not been broken since he hit the mark in 2001. Over the years, Rojas has earned a reputation for being one of the most consistent anglers on the Bassmaster Elite Series.
- BOYD DUCKETT
Boyd Duckett, a former Bassmaster Classic champion and the No. 2 all-time Bass Angler Sportsman Society (BASS) single-season earnings leader, jumped onto the national stage in 2007 and has never stepped off.