NEW YORK MILLS, Minn. — Lund Boats will again offer contingency payments to anglers this summer season. The company will pay bonuses for successful outings in the AIM Pro Walleye series, Kenora Bass International, Nipawin Vanity Cup, the Michigan Walleye Tour and the Illinois Walleye Trails.
The company has upped its payments in the AIM circuit with $2,500 in contingency awards at each event. Other 2011 payouts include:
Nipawin Vanity Cup Walleye Tournament — $2,500 for 1st place finish
Shaw Dryden Walleye Masters — $2,500 for 1st place finish
Kenora Bass International (KBI) — $2,500 for 1st place finish
Michigan Walleye Tour — $2,500 for Year-End Points Leader
Illinois Walleye Trail — $2,500 for Year-End Points Leader
Fargo-Morehead (FM) Walleyes Unlimited — $2,500 for Year-End Points Leader
“We’ve long been dedicated to supporting not only our network of local Lund dealers, but also top local grassroots fishing events,” Ryan Sproule, Lund Special Events and Pro-Staff Coordinator, said in a release. “These key tournaments are really representative of Lund’s appreciation for local and regional competitions.”
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