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Minn Kota launches Talon contingency program

Minn Kota launches Talon contingency program

Minn Kota announced today the launch of its Anchor Down with Talon Rewards, a contingency program aimed at grassroots tournament anglers who own and use a Talon shallow water anchor during competition.

The program will provide tournament anglers the opportunity to win $250 to $1,000 at sanctioned events on multiple tournament trails.

“Minn Kota has supported large, regional and smaller tournaments for numerous years,” said Brad Henry, Minn Kota/Talon product manager. “This program is designed to go further and directly reward the anglers who trust and support our Talon shallow water anchor.”

Unlike some contingency programs, “Anchor Down with Talon Rewards” guarantees a payout at each selected event no matter what the place finish. A cash payout will be awarded to the highest placing angler among participants who own a Talon and pre-registered for the program. At many of the events, the angler can win an additional cash bonus for winning the tournament.

The sanctioned tournament trails for 2014 are:

> Oakley Big Bass Tour (14 events)
> Bass Champs (27 events)
> Crappie USA (16 events)
> HT Redfish Series (Championship only – $1,000 one time payout)

Minn Kota plans continued sponsorship and expansion of its Talon Rewards program in the coming seasons.

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