Big Bite Baits will continue to support collegiate anglers and the 2016 Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series. Collegiate anglers have come to know Big Bite Baits as a sponsor through Big Bite Baits’ collegiate purchase program and prize support of ACA sanctioned events across the nation such as the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Presented By Cabela’s and many school-run events throughout the year.
Big Bite Baits has produced tournament winning soft plastic lures, designed by an elite group of professional anglers since the creation of the company. From finesse baits, like the WarMouth, to the newest Big Bite Battle Bug, Big Bite Baits has something for every situation. Anglers such as Jeff Kriet, Dean Rojas, Mike McClelland, Michael Neal and Russ Lane have all helped develop products that are “Designed to bring the Big Bite to your line.”
According to Wade Middleton, Director of the Association of Collegiate Anglers and President of CarecoTV , “we’re pleased to have Big Bite Baits’ continued support of collegiate anglers across the nation and their discount program will allow anglers choosing to throw their baits, to purchase them at a significant discount. This program, like many others in college fishing, has allowed us to reward students, not only at our own events, but many of the student-run events we assist as well.”
“Big Bite is excited to be a part of the 2016 Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series again,” said Big Bite Baits’ Les Bratcher. “It has been exciting to see the growth and enthusiasm this group of anglers has had the past several years. We plan to increase our participation and program benefits to the college anglers in 2015. This is a group of exciting and dynamic anglers that is an important part of the bass fishing industry. I would like to encourage college anglers to contact the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series for more details about our 2016 program.”
Complete details of the collegiate contingency and bonus programs can be found be at the Discounts and Incentives page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.