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Booyah deal for Swindle

Booyah deal for Swindle

Pradco Outdoor Brands announced that it's signed Bassmaster Elite Series pro Gerald Swindle to its Booyah fishing and hunting pro staff. In addition to joining Booyah, Swindle will also continue to co-host Moultrie’s The Hit List on The Outdoor Channel, as well as endorsing Moultrie cameras and feeders, Summit Treestands, Summit’s Seat-O-The-Pants harness, Code Blue scents and attractants and Knight & Hale game calls.

“Gerald Swindle is one of the top bass anglers in the world,” said Pradco VP of marketing John Skrabo. “His aggressive angling style and winning attitude will compliment the Booyah brand well. What most people don’t know is that Gerald is an outstanding and accomplished whitetail deer hunter. His charisma, personality and knowledge of hunting will serve our hunting brands and Moultrie’s The Hit List television show for years to come.”

Swindle previously had jig and spinnerbait deals with Arkie and War Eagle, respectively.

“One of the biggest reasons I signed with Booyah is to have the opportunity come in and be a part of building a brand from the inside out and being proud of it,” he said. “You’ve got a great pro staff around you and people who are building the best line of baits for tournament fishing. I wanted a long-term relationship where I have input into the baits that I make a living with.”

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