“Collegiate bass fishing offers junior anglers a pathway to continue their love of fishing while pursuing an education,” said Berkley Senior Vice President of Marketing, Jon Schlosser. “These anglers will be the faces of our sport in the future which is why we are thrilled to be able to continue our partnership with the Association of Collegiate Anglers. Beyond just our partnership, the Berkley team continues to be dedicated to supporting anglers with baits that are scientifically proven to help them catch more fish.”
The Bass Pro Shops Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley has long been one of the most anticipated events of the season out on the Collegiate Bass Fishing Series. College fishing’s top anglers travel from all across the country to compete in this two-day big bass format event. First introduced at the 2019 installment of this event, anglers are permitted to use only Berkley baits on day two of competition. This added twist has been a great success, as the winning fish each of the past two years has been caught on the Berkley only day.
“Working with Berkley to promote the Bass Pro Shops Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley is always a lot of fun. We all look forward to getting a new season rolling, and this is a great event for the anglers,” said Wade Middleton, Director of the Association of Collegiate Anglers and CarecoTV President. “We are also looking forward to working very closely with Berkley at the 2021 Championship this year on Lake Murray. Lake Murray is located near the Berkley headquarters in Columbia, SC.”
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