T. ALLEN WAVES SERIES ROADS BRING UNIQUE LINE CONTROL TO SPINNING RODS
T. Allen Rods launches their new “Wave Series” line of spinning rods today, bringing better distance, accuracy, rod strength, sensitivity, balance, and additional benefits to anglers everywhere.
The Wave Series is the first production line of rods in the world featuring “The Bass Professor” Doug Hannon’s “Microwave Guide System”. This system captures and redirects energy from the coiling line leaving the spool at the stripper guide, which maintains lines speed, eliminates friction, and allows the bait or lure to pull the line. When installed to T. Allen Rods’ custom specifications on their 100% carbon fiber rod blank, the Wave Series quickly proves to be a super-lightweight, exquisitely-balanced, easy-to-cast rod for every type of angler.
For more information, visit http://www.tallenrods.com.
Modern day panfish anglers are a little pickier than those that came before them. As pro crappie fishermen like Whitey Outlaw demanded lighter, stronger, more sensitive rods B’n’M developed rods made of the most recent high-tech materials. Their rods are made in various lengths and styles to accommodate the many methods of crappie fishing. Their fiberglass telescopic rods extend from 10 feet to 20 feet depending on the model, once again matching rods to angers needs.
As a testament to the strength of B’n’M rods, Whitey reports catching lots of catfish up to 30 pounds and plenty of lunker bass as well. Catching these big fish on a crappie, bream and bluegill pole is almost unbelievable. “I have never had one break,” says Whitey.
Check them out on their website at http://www.bnmpoles.com
CABELA’S ANNOUNCES “FISH FOR MILIONS” PROMOTION
Cabela’s Incorporated, the World’s Foremost Outfitter® of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, announced today the 2013 Fish for Millions, a contest giving anglers a shot at up to $2 million in cash and nearly $275,000 in prizes by catching tagged fish in select lakes across the United States. The competition begins May 4.
The premise is simple: catch specially tagged fish, and win prizes ranging from Cabela’s gift cards and products, one of two Ranger boats, a new Chevy truck or a cash prize up to $2 million. The contest formerly named Wanna Go Fishing for Millions? debuted in 2011.
One of the tagged fish could be worth $1 million. The grand prize will be doubled to $2 million for participants who are current users of the Cabela’s shopping app, or who download the Cabela’s shopping app to their mobile device. The app must be downloaded at least two days prior to fishing.
Other prizes include two Ranger 520Z Bass Series Comanche boats and trailers with Evinrude outboard motors, valued at $60,000 each, a 2014 Chevy Silverado Crew cab, valued at $55,000, and more than $90,000 in gear from Cabela’s and Costa sunglasses.
All rules and requirements, as well as contest details and registration information, can be found at the contest website, www.cabelas.com/fishformillions. Registration began April 15. Cabela’s will release the list of lakes before the promotion begins to those who register before April 30. Winners, and specific prizes, will be announced after the promotion ends July 7.
BOAT TRADER LAUNCHES BOATS-FOR-SALE APP
Boat Trader, a Dominion Marine Media business advertising the widest selection of boats for sale in the U.S., today announced the launch of an innovative iPad app for boat buyers and sellers.
The Boat Trader iPad app is designed to make searching and finding a boat easier. It was developed using technologies that animate the widest selection of boats for sale in the U.S. Users can now access more than 150,000 boats quickly and conveniently from any location.
“The new Boat Trader app brings the functionality and comprehensive listings of our website directly to our customers’ fingertips,” said Courtney Chalmers, brand manager, Boat Trader. “We will continue to provide new tools for both boaters and the boating industry in this increasingly mobile world.” Available for free, the Boat Trader iPad App provides a number of features and benefits that include:
• Cleaner, simpler search. Search by make or model straight from the home page, or search for boats to fit your lifestyle from freshwater fishing to coastal cruising.
• Geo-targeted dealer location. Automatically locate dealers in your immediate area and view their entire sales inventory.
• Larger photos and immersive videos. The clean, expanded photo view and user-submitted videos make boat shopping an enjoyable experience.
• Easily refine listings. Narrow down your results by price, location, length, make or model.
• Fast contact. When you find the boat you like, the “Contact Seller” button will immediately send a message to the seller.
NEW STAINLESS STEEL PUSH POLE HOLDERS
Push poles are useful for a variety of situations, from day-to-day activities to emergencies. Accon Marine’s Push Pole Holders make keeping these poles in place simple.
Constructed from marine-grade 316 stainless steel and UV-resistant glass-filled nylon, both the 710 Surface-Mount and 708 Flush-Mount models are designed for years of trouble-free service. They also fold down flush when not in use to help prevent tripping. For maximum pole stability, three push pole holders are recommended.
Accon’s 708 Push Pole Holder and 708-R Ring Pole Holder work together to keep a pole safely in place. A riser shim isn’t needed, since the pole sits 1-1/16″ off the deck. Installation is easy and only a 4-13/16″ x 1-3/8″ hole is required for each unit. The holders attach with four #10 screws. Optional waterproofing cups are also available.
Easy to install, the 710 Flush-Mount model only requires three #10 screws. Owners simply mount the holder on the surface, no cut-outs necessary.
Owners and builders can view an installation video of the 708 model at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_yH96CtR6w&feature=channel. Accon Marine’s 708 Push Pole Holder has a starting price of $60.36 while the 710 model has a price of $64.29.
Contact Accon Marine, 13665 Automobile Blvd., Clearwater, FL 33762. 727-572-9202; Fax: 727-572-7621. www.acconmarine.com.
Source: SportsmansLife / Baret News Wire