Fishing & Boating News
Over the past dozen years in B.A.S.S. competitions alone, Pace has won two Opens and finished in the Top 10 of 23 events other than his wins. He has earned nearly $1.4 million in tournament payouts.
"Cliff finishes every tournament just like he starts it, working hard and making necessary adjustments right up until the last cast. He epitomizes what the Lew's brand is all about in delivering a reliable, consistent performance day in and day out," said Lew's CEO Lynn Reeves. "Cliff is a strong addition to our team and we're proud to welcome him aboard."
The Hartwell event will be Pace's sixth Classic appearance. In it he joins four other Team Lew's anglers: Stephen Browning, Jason Christie, Mark Davis and Kevin Short. Davis is also a previous Classic winner, as he won the 1995 title at North Carolina's High Rock Lake.
There are also other anglers with Lew's ties fishing in the 2015 Classic, including Troy Diede, Bill Lowen, Paul Moeller and Van Soles.
"We know that tournament anglers have many options when selecting their fishing equipment so it makes us especially proud when they choose Lew's," Reeves added. "Bassmaster Classic week is a special time and place for anglers and fans. We invite everyone to stop by the Lew's booth at the TD Convention Center this week in Greenville (S.C.) to talk fishing, learn more about our products and meet some of our other pros, including David Fritts, Tim Horton and Hank Parker."
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