SPRO Continues Support of College Anglers for 2021 Season

SAN ANTONIO, TX (March 5, 2021) – SPRO continues its support of college anglers for the 2021 season through a renewed partnership with the Association of Collegiate Anglers and the Collegiate Bass Fishing Series. During the 2021 season, SPRO will receive extensive promotion of its wide range of baits through both digital and television promotion.  In addition, students will benefit from a discount purchase program for collegiate anglers to be able to sample all the products in the SPRO lineup.

“College fishing continues to grow by leaps and bound and we love introducing SPRO products to this angler group.  We are signing pro anglers now to our pro staff that were part of these college programs just a few years ago, so it is certainly a great route for anglers to advance in tournament competition.  We are pleased to be a partner in college fishing again in 2021 and believe our products will help them catch more fish in competition this season,” Syd Rives, Sales Manager.

From topwater frogs, to deep diving crankbaits, and everything in between, SPRO covers each level of the water column to help competitive collegiate anglers be successful on the water.  At the 2020 Championship, SPRO provided anglers with a custom tackle box complete with some of their best-selling products.  These packages included the highly coveted SPRO Bronzeye Frog.

One of the newest additions to the SPRO family of baits is the Essential Series.  This new series of features key shapes that everyone should have in their tackle box, and each one offers premium performance at an affordable price.

Here is a list of those baits:

 

The Essential Series of baits includes the E-Pop, an easy to walk popper with a loud knocking rattle.  The Zero Minnow is a wake style minnow bait that is high floating and dives to six inches.  It casts easily and has a loud internal knocking rattle.  And lastly, the Hunter Crank SB is a square bill crankbait with a wide hunting action that deflects easily off rocks or wood.

More information on the 2021 SPRO Collegiate Discount Program can be found here: SPRO Discount Program    For more information about the full SPRO lineup of products, visit www.spro.com.

 

For more information about the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, please visit www.CollegiateBassChampionship.com.

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About the Association of Collegiate Anglers
The Association of Collegiate Anglers (ACA), a division of CarecoTV, is a tournament organization created to facilitate growth, development, and structure within competitive collegiate bass fishing.  The ACA created the original BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Series,16 seasons ago, which has evolved into the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series and is now the longest-running collegiate bass fishing series in existence.  The ACA lineup of major college fishing events includes a variety of events nationwide that are multi-day events all of which are televised as well as covered on several digital platforms.   The ACA also provides support to dozens of schools operating regional events nationwide and owns the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, Bass Pro Shops School of Year presented by Abu Garcia Program, and associated assets.   The ACA also provides the largest amount of televised coverage of any collegiate fishing series with dedicated programming on several television networks ranging from Discovery Channel, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Pursuit Channel, World Fishing Network, as well as other regional and national networks.  For more information on the ACA or the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, visit www.CollegiateBassChampionship.com. For more information on Bass Pro Shops, visit www.BassProShops.com.  For more information on CarecoTV, visit www.CarecoTV.com.s

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