T-H Marine Supplies, makers of the rugged Atlas Jackplate, has renewed its partnership with the PAA for the 2011 Bass Pro Shops PAA Tournament Series presented by Carrot Stix.
"We are pleased to continue our partnership with T-H Marine, along with designating the Atlas Jackplate as the "Official Jackplate" of the PAA," said Danny Blandford, PAA Programs Director. "T-H Marine has been producing quality marine components for decades. The Atlas is a great example of their quality workmanship and understanding of what tournament fishermen want."
Each winner of a 2011 PAA Tournament Series event will win a prize boat equipped with the Atlas Jackplate. PAA members also will have opportunities to save money on T-H Marine products through the PAA Affinity Program.
The Atlas Jackplate is built for the heaviest and most powerful V6 engines on the market today, even the big 4-strokes. An innovative high-tech engineered polymer rod- and slot-lifting design guarantees trouble-free action. This plate also features the newest concept in self-contained, one-piece hydraulics from the most respected name in hydraulic design, providing the best of all worlds: speed and self-contained lifting action.
The Atlas pump will lift the heaviest outboard from bottom to top in less than eight seconds. The Atlas is available in five setback models.
About T-H Marine Supplies
T-H Marine Supplies, Inc., located in Huntsville, Ala., has been serving the marine industry since 1975. T-H Marine is family-owned and operated. We are boaters and fishermen who design products for boaters and fishermen. We are constantly striving to develop new and innovative boating products to offer our OEM and aftermarket customers, and to bring these products to market faster than any other manufacturer. Web: www.thmarine.com
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 and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/fishpaa