Everyone here at Pittsburg Marine loves to fish! We fish FLW Outdoors BFL Events, Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail, Kentucky Bass Federation, KHSAA High School Events, etc. We also host buddy tournaments such as the Annual Thanksgiving Buddy Tournament & Fish’n for Missions on Lake Cumberland. Plus we like to brag a little on our customers when they do well!! If you have a tournament that you would like for us to let everyone know about please forward your information to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is also the place where you find information on our Annual Open House, Fishing Schools and Boat Shows.
Pittsburg Marine LLC is proud to announce that our service department has received a 2016 Mercury Service CSI Award! Starting in 2006, Mercury implemented the Service CSI Award to recognize dealers who set the mark in delivering complete customer satisfaction while servicing Mercury outboards. Cause of outstanding commitment to deliver excellence in customer satisfaction this past year, Pittsburg Marine LLC has met all requirements needed to receive the 2016 Service CSI Award. This is truly a honor, as only 145 dealers across North America qualified for this award. The requirements needed to achieve the award were as follows:
* Be a Mercury Premier or Certified Service level dealer at the end of the 4th quarter of 2016
* Meet the minimum amount of Service CSI surveys returned from customers during the 2016 calender year.
* Maintain a rolling 12 month CSI score of 92 or higher
Congratulations to Robert “Tiny” Prince, Gary Long and Robbie Oliver on winning this prestigious award! A sincere “Thank You” to all our customers who helped make this possible!! Please visit us on our web site at www.pittsburgmarine.com or contact us at 800-257-3852 or via email at email@example.com or better yet come by for a visit at 1835 North Laurel Rd in London, Ky. As always thank you for your time and have a Blessed Day!!
God Bless & Good Fishin’
Jimmy & David Oliver
Congrats to Team Pittsburg Marine Fisherman Jack Jones and partner Mike Walker for winning the season opener for the West Ky Division of Fishers of Men at Barren River Saturday, March 18, 2017 with a winning weight of 20.26lbs. Jones and Walker caught their fish using D&L jigs and Strike King Series 6 crankbaits. They fished on the main lake in transition areas between bluffs and chunk rock banks to catch their winning weight. Their stringer also included a 5.54 pound big bass which was the lunker of the day. Including their win in the Bonus Bucks, they earned $1,873. Coming in second on the day was Team Pittsburg Marine Fisherman Richard Bowling and partner Jarrod Simpson. Richard and Jarrod landed 15.10 pounds of bass using jigs and green pumpkin mag finesse worms on a shaky head. Fishing a 25 yard stretch of main lake bank, they patiently landed a strong limit. Their patience was rewarded with $584.00. Then talking about more “Blind Hogs & Acorns” Team Pittsburg Marine’s Rick Brammer and Jim Oliver finished thrid. Rick and Jimmy stayed on the main lake as well and managed just three fish – but they weighed in at 14.12 lbs. Two of their fish came on a spinnerbait and the third was captured on a deep diving Spro crankbait. They earned $420.00 on the day. Another good start for Team Pittsburg Marine!! Hang in there Uncle Moe!!! #GodBlessAndGoodFishin‘
*3/18/17* Congrats to Team Pittsburg Marine Fisherman Allen Tadlock of Clinton, Tn for his 12th place finish in the First 2017 BFL Volunteer Division Tournament of the year at Norris Lake on Saturday March 18th. Allen had a limit that went 9.15 and earned him $402 for his efforts. Allen is the little guy behind the Largemouth!! Sure is a good looking shirt!!Congrats to all for a job well done!! #GodBlessAndGoodFishin‘
*3/11/17* Congrats to Team Pittsburg Marine Fisherman Doug Coulter and partner Todd Wilson for winning the season opener for the Southcentral Ky Division of Fishers of Men at Laurel Saturday with a winning weight of 19.60lbs. Doug and Todd caught their fish using jigs and jerkbaits. They took home $1776.50 for their catch. In second place was Team Pittsburg Marine Fisherman Cole Smith and partner Ronnie Maxey with a total weight of 17.26, their fish came off points and channel bends u…sing carolina rigs, jigs and jerkbaits. Cole and Ronnie took home a total winnings of $788.50. Then talking about “Blind Hogs & Acorns” Team Pittsburg Marine’s Robbie Oliver and Brad Hall finished 6th with 14.02 lbs and Team Pittsburg Marine’s David & Brian Oliver finished in 7th with 13.98 to get last place money! Big fish of the day came from Team Pittsburg Marine Fisherman Rob Anders and partner Barry King with a smallmouth weighing 5.90lbs that Barry caught using a Strike King sexy ghost minnow jerkbait. Good start for Team Pittsburg Marine!! Now to maintain, come on Uncle Moe!!! #GodBlessAndGoodFishin‘
*11/26/16* Have you ever had one of those days where the stars line up and it just can’t get any better? Well that’s the kind of day that Tim Maupin & David Groce had in the 37th Annual Pittsburg Marine & Ranger Boats Thanksgiving Buddy Tournament. Tim & David had a 6 fish limit that went 23.83 and earned them $2,000 first place plus a $1,000 Ranger Boat Certificate and $500 Ranger Cup (It pays to own a Ranger Boat!) for a total of $3,500!! Not bad for a day’s work!! Tim said that they had fished the Thanksgiving Buddy Tournament for several years, plus these guys are college buddies that went to the University of Kentucky and UK beat Louisville Saturday as well!! So yes the stars were lined up!! Second place went to team of Mike Casada & Archie Wilson with 19.95, 3rd was Shawn & Shane Branscum with 19.91, 4th was Ron Smith & Bill Hall with 19.19 and rounding out the top 5 was Doyle Epperson & Josh Muse with 17.59. Big Fish of the day went to the team of Curtus Hall & Guss Cox with a 5.38 Largemouth. We paid a total of 30 places and it took 10.25 to get back into the money. Thank you to all that came out and fished with us this year. If the Good Lord tarries his coming we will see you at the 38th Annual Thanksgiving Buddy Tournament November 25th, 2017!! God Bless & Good Fishin’