The Association of Collegiate Anglers announced today that it has partnered with Rod Sox, makers of the original rod protection products. Collegiate anglers everywhere will now be able to protect their valuable fishing rods for less, thanks to this partnership.

Rod Sox are made with premium UV resistant, breathable, flexible, mildew resistant materials, with the added proprietary benefits of a tighter weave and rubber base, making them less prone to tangles and snags during transport. With Rod Sox, collegiate anglers will be able to maximize their time on the water by eliminating storage issues, as well as use a variety of colors to develop their own color-coded system, which makes grabbing the right tool for the job a snap.

Collegiate anglers can now order the products at a discount of 40% through www.RodSox.com, where they will find styles for both spinning and casting rods, as well as an assortment of colors. The discount applies to all orders of $10 or more, with a bonus of free shipping on orders totaling $100 or more.

“We’d like to extend a welcome to Rod Sox, who joins our growing list of partners that support collegiate anglers through our discounts and incentives program,” said Danny Blandford, ACA Program Director. “We have a lot of students spending their hard-earned dollars on their equipment, and now they can protect that investment at a great price thanks to our newest partners at Rod Sox.”

“We’re happy to see college anglers on limited budgets are able to take advantage of the same great system used by the likes of our pro-staff. Jeff Kriet, Todd Faircloth, Fred Roumbanis, and Mark Zona have all benefited from this simple, yet effective, design and I think the collegiate anglers will as well,” said company President Bill Eisenmann.

For a complete listing of colors, sizes, and styles, anglers can visit www.RodSox.com, where they can also purchase the products and take advantage of the special discount.

To obtain the Rod Sox discount, student anglers must email Danny Blandford at Danny@CarecoTV.com from their school email address.

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