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Booyah deal for Dudley

Booyah deal for Dudley

Booyah Bait Company announced today that it's signed David Dudley, the two-time reigning FLW Tour Angler of the Year and the No. 1 angler in the BassFan World Rankings, to a sponsorship deal. Dudley will promote the company's spinnerbaits, buzzbaits and jigs.

“David Dudley is a fierce competitor and is an untapped resource as a lure expert,” said Booyah GM Bruce Stanton. “We are working together to release an extensive line of products in our Booyah brand that David has designed. Some of his products are going to be game-changers for many fishermen.”

Dudley said he relishes the opportunity to help produce and sell lures and ideas he has worked on for years.

“It will blow your mind when you see what we are about to unleash with the lures I have designed,” he said. “What you think is standard will now be obsolete.”

Dudley will be exclusively using and promoting Booyah baits and lures from its sister companies (Bomber, Heddon, Yum, Rebel, Smithwick and Cotton Cordell, among others) in his future tournaments.

“These brands have been 75 percent of my tackle box since I’ve been fishing,” he said. “Everything from Rebel, Bomber and Heddon to Yum. I am so happy to be working with Booyah, a company that has the same extreme high standards as I do.”

He joins a pro staff that includes Bill Dance, Jimmy Houston, Alton Jones, Terry “Big Show” Scroggins, Zell Rowland, Timmy Horton and Jason Christie.

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