Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Lazer TroKar Returns as Sponsor of BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series

CarecoTV announced today that Lazer TroKar is returning as a sponsor of the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series. After joining the series as a sponsor in 2010 and introducing the sharpest fishhook ever known to collegiate anglers, TroKar returns in 2011 with an even broader line of wicked hooks to aid collegiate anglers in their championship pursuit.

"The BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series presents a wonderful opportunity to get in touch with these up and coming collegiate anglers," said Matt Gray, product manager for Lazer TroKar. "They are the future of our sport and our industry and TroKar is proud to be a consistent part of their journeys and endeavors."

Four new styles of Lazer TroKar are being introduced for 2011 giving collegiate anglers the upper edge when fishing a tournament that could make or break their season. These new additions to the Lazer TroKar lineup are unerringly made in the United States to exude sheer aggression and lip-piercing fury. Like all Lazer TroKar hooks, they are designed to be the wickedest piece of metal that a bass will ever encounter.

Skeet Reese recently said, "I Iove to catch fish and win! That's why I use the world's sharpest hooks, TroKar". Skeet is joined by TroKar pros, Shaw Grigsby, Brent Chapman, Gerald Swindle, Scott Martin and Jason Williamson. TroKar - for those who believe first place is just a pit stop on the way to legendary.

As new collegiate fishing clubs form, Lazer TroKar is supporting them with a "welcome package" that includes product samples, catalogs, hats, decals and a Lazer TroKar banner.

For more information about Lazer TroKar, please visit .

The BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship television series will once again be nationally televised with 18 half hours of coverage on the Versus network beginning in August of 2011. Additional coverage of the BoatUS Collegiate Series can be seen on-line via streaming video as well on the World Fishing Network as part of the expanded coverage of this series of events.

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