Lazer TroKar premium fishing hooks has renewed its commitment to the Professional Anglers Association as an Associate Sponsor for 2011.
Lazer TroKar will be featured during the year on multiple platforms including FishPAA.com, FishPAA Television broadcast on Versus and at 2011 Bass Pro Shops PAA Tournament Series events.
“Partnering with the PAA has been a very good marketing program for Lazer TroKar,” said Chris Russell, Marketing Director for Wright & McGill, parent company of Lazer TroKar.
“By teaming up with the PAA, we are able to put the world’s sharpest hooks in the hands of some of the most talented bass anglers,” Russell added. “We look forward to continuing our relationship with the PAA and the 2011 Bass Pro Shops PAA Tournament Series.”
Lazer TroKar hooks are available in 11 styles for everything from light wire finesse worm techniques to stout flippin’ hooks for fighting giant bass in heavy cover. Lazer TroKar hooks are designed with premium high carbon and cold-forged steel, a bolstered shank for strength and a patented geometric triangular point honed on three sides top surgical sharpness.
“We’re pleased to have Lazer TroKar, one of the most recognizable hooks in the industry, back with the PAA as an Associate Sponsor and Affinity Program partner,” said Danny Blandford, PAA Program Director. “Our anglers and observers appreciated TroKar’s involvement during the 2010 season and we look forward to another great year.
“As a partner in the PAA Affinity Program, Lazer TroKar also is committed to helping fishermen use the best hooks by offering great discounts on pricing. PAA members can utilize this Affinity Program opportunity to get ready for the upcoming season and put more fish in the boat with Lazer TroKar hooks.”
About the PAA: The Professional Anglers Association is a non-profit organization that gives professional anglers a unified voice in order to aid in the growth of the sport of professional bass fishing. The PAA also aims to administer educational programs to the average angler, to increase enjoyment of the sport, and to embrace sound conservation practices to further the future of the sport. Web: www.FishPAA.com