The National Professional Fishing League Moves Stop One to Pickwick Lake, Lake Amistad to Host 2023 NPFL Championship

Florence, Alabama’s Pickwick Lake will play host to Stop One of the 2023 NPFL Season, historic Lake Amistad to host the 2023 NPFL Championship.

WILKESVILLE, OH (Jan 13, 2022) — The National Professional Fishing League (NPFL) announces that Stop One of the 2023 season has moved from Lake Amistad, TX on March 3-4, to Pickwick Lake, AL on March 15-17.

“The NPFL is excited to be bringing the anglers and their family to Florence, Alabama for the first event of 2023,” said Paul Benson of the NPFL. “The move from Amistad to Pickwick will set the bar high for the rest of the season as the fishing on Pickwick in March should be top notch.”

With the move of stop one to Pickwick, Lake Amistad has officially become the host for the no-entry fee NPFL Championship where anglers will compete for the $100,000 first place prize. The top 30% of anglers in the 2023 Progressive Angler of the Year race will qualify through fishing the six regular season events.

“Lake Amistad gives the anglers that much more motivation to fish for a Championship Shield at a truly historic fishery – a bucket list lake for all the anglers.” added Benson. “NPFL and fishing fans from all over can tune into to see who pulls off the $100,000 grand prize!”

Learn more about the NPFL, here.

About the National Professional Fishing League

The NPFL was designed to bring simplicity back to professional bass fishing – one lake, the full field fishing all three days, and the heaviest combined three-day weight winning. The goal of the NPFL is to put the anglers first and build a trail that gets back to what the founders of bass fishing intended it to be.