He’s caught over two tons of bass throughout his B.A.S.S. tournament history, taken home over a million dollars in winnings, and is now in his ninth Classic appearance starting tomorrow on Lake Guntersville. Now, you have a chance at LIVETARGET Elite Pro-angler Stephen Browning taking you fishing for the day, showing you one his favorite lakes this fall if you’re the lucky winner of the “Target Bass with Browning” contest, sponsored by BoatUS Angler and LIVETARGET lures. To enter, go to Facebook.com/BoatUSAngler by May 31, 2014.
Hailing from Hot Springs, Arkansas, Browning competes in the Bassmaster Elite Series and Bassmaster Open Series tournaments. Since turning pro in 1996, he has competed in over 200 professional level events across the United States. An avid outdoorsman and hunter, Browning said of the future lucky winner, “I will greatly enjoy sharing time with an angler who appreciates fishing like I do.”
The contest’s grand prizewinner will include the personalized fishing trip with Browning, $1,000 in travel allowances, along with a hand-picked lure package from LIVETARGET and an Unlimited BoatUS Angler membership with both on water towing and roadside Unlimited Trailer Assist, plus additional logo gear from both companies. BoatUS Angler’s Unlimited Trailer Assist offers over 18,000 roadside service providers across North America with the experience and equipment to handle a disabled tow vehicle and boat trailer, and will tow both up to 100 miles to the nearest repair facility, safe location or home. Also included are flat tire, fuel drop off, ramp-winching and key lockout services.
Since its launch in 2008, Koppers LIVETARGET has grown into a full family of life-like fishing lures that “match-the-hatch” to specific game fish forage. The lures feature industry-leading designs in realism and workmanship that create award-winning lures that closely mimic nature’s different baitfish species. Headquartered in Ontario, Canada, Koppers Fishing and Tackle Corporation won ICAST “Best of Show” awards in the hard and soft lure categories in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.
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