Bill Lewis Pro Team
“The Cajun Baby”
Growing up in the Atchafalaya Basin in southeast Louisiana, Crochet cut his teeth fishing the swamps and bayous. He became the youngest-ever Louisiana State B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Champion in 2006 earning the name “Cajun Baby”, and set his eyes on fishing professionally. From 2007 to 2009 Cliff competed in the Bassmaster Open series and qualified for the 2010 Bassmaster Classic and an invitation to fish in the Bassmaster Elite Series.
Since his start on the Elite Series, Cliff has continued to develop his trade and increased his career B.A.S.S. earnings to $444,578. He has also competed in the Bassmaster Open series notching a championship victory in 2016. Lookout for the Cajun Baby on Major League Fishing now, as he takes his talents to that tour in 2019.
Mark Daniels Jr.
Born and raised fishing on the California Delta, Daniels has thrown a Rat-L-Trap nearly all his life. In fact, the ‘Trap is his father’s favorite lure. Now living in Tuskegee, AL, Mark is pursuing his passion fishing on the Major League Fishing, Bass Pro Tour. “MDJ” is considered one of the most dangerous up and coming anglers. He can show up and win anytime, anywhere as he proved in the summer of 2018 winning a Bassmaster Elite Series event on a lake he had never fished in South Dakota.
Daniels has developed a huge following on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. He strives to connect with the youth of our sport this way.
Boyd Duckett can lay claim to one of the most impressive “rookie” seasons in the history of professional bass fishing. Duckett won the 2007 Bassmaster Classic on Lay Lake, Alabama, and then followed that up with a win in Bassmaster Legends events six months later on his first full year on tour. Duckett, the co-founder of Major League Fishing, has registered four wins, 23 Top 10s and more than $1.7 million in career winnings.
Boyd has relied on the Rat-L-Trap for decades, and doesn’t hesitate to call it one of his all time favorite lures.
Newberry has arguably won more money fishing a Rat-L-Trap in Texas tournaments than any other angler. No question, He is a certified Texas Trap master.
Growing up in the small town of Collinsville, Ms. Brock’s father owned a Ranger Dealership in his hometown when he was a kid and growing up all he ever wanted to do was be a Professional Fisherman.
Brock transferred to Ole Miss to finish his education and started fishing BFL’s and Everstarts. His second year at Ole Miss, he was asked to join the Ole Miss Fishing team where he was able to win the 2011 Southeast BASS Regional on the Alabama River. At that time he realized he had a shot at making his ultimate goal of fishing the Elite Series.
Brett Preuett attended college at the University of Louisiana Monroe where he earned a MBA and competed three years with the University fishing team. He has 21 top 10 college tournament finishes and is the only college angler to win both the BASS and FLW College Fishing National Championships. Brett has fished many tournaments including the Bassmaster Classic and the FLW Cup. In 2015, he finished 12th overall in the Northern Opens and 8th overall in the Central Opens. In addition to his own fishing, Brett volunteers his time to help children learn to fish and tend to his Cattle Ranch (B&B Ranching of Quachita, LLC). For 2021, Brett will be fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series Tour.