Ike Live Sept 9 with Greg Hackney and NHL’er Bryan Bickell

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Pittsgrove, NJ, September 5, 2014. Pro Angler Mike Iaconelli welcomes Greg Hackney and Bryan Bickell to Ike Live!, Tuesday, September 9, at 9:00 pm ET live-streaming from www.MikeIaconelli.com.

Hackney, the winner of the FLW Tour in June and the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga in August, is the front runner in the Toyota Tundra Angler of the Year Championship. Bickell, a left winger for the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks, is the passionate angler who took his team’s Stanley Cup fishing to celebrate last year’s championship win.

Hackney’s excitement over his spectacular year and his anticipation of the AOY Championship later this month are topics Mike plans to explore. He’ll also probe Bickell’s thoughts on the demands, pressures and thrills of professional sports—whether it be fishing or hockey. In addition, Mike and his posse of friends, including Pro Angler Pete Gulszek, will answer fishing questions from fans who call-in and tweet.

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Watch videos of previous shows at www.mikeiaconelli.com, menu choice: Ike Live!. Watch or subscribe to clips on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AhXAkC2rNI.

About Mike “Ike” Iaconelli

A South Philadelphia native now living in South Jersey, Mike Iaconelli fell in love with fishing at his grandfather’s side in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. He began fishing in tournaments after high school, joined the pro-am circuit in 1992 and turned pro in 2000. In 2003, he won the Bassmaster Classic and in August 2014 he won the Bassmaster Elite on the Delaware River. To date, he has won Bassmaster Elite, Classic, and Open championships and earned over $2 MM in prize money. He and fellow fishing champ, Pete Gulszek, run The Bass University, which offers intense 2-day fishing classes that bring avid amateurs and professional fishermen together.