TFO Pro Portal Now Available

TFO Pro Staffers are key contributors to our sales and marketing efforts. Their influence within the fishing industry has merit. Our goal is to foster and expand relationships we’ve built with professionals who believe in the same values we do. For this reason, we are excited to announce the launch of our online Pro Portal.

As for the first step of the process, our sales and marketing staff and regional sales reps will review your application. In general, our pro program is designed for licensed guides and shop employees, but there are other avenues to join our team.

For more information, check out the Pro Portal, which can be accessed through a link in the bottom footer of our website. From the portal page, you’ll find instructions alongside our pro application.

Joining is a two-part process:

  1. Once you’ve filled out an application, we’ll receive a notification on our end and begin the process of reviewing your status. This process usually takes less than a day, but can occasionally take up to two-to-three business days. We appreciate your patience.
  2. Once you’ve been confirmed, you’ll receive a welcome message via email. Within the email, you’ll find a link to our Pro Portal Shop page, which you can access with your user login.

As a TFO Pro Staff member, please respect the program and the discounts that it offers. Abuse will not be tolerated.

If you have questions about the pro-staff review process, we encourage you to talk to your regional sales representative or to contact our Dallas office at: 214-638-9052.

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