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MLF Kayak Giveaway Features Native Watercraft

TULSA, Okla.  – Major League Fishing (MLF), the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, along with Native Watercraft announced today a new opportunity for MLF fans to enter to win a new Slayer Propel Max 12.5 Fishing Kayak, valued at $2,599.

Fans can enter for a chance to win, once per day, at

“We are excited to contribute a brand-new Slayer Propel Max 12.5 fishing kayak to a well deserving MLF fan.” said Native Watercraft COO, Tyler Brown. “We hope this kayak will help the winner access places on the water they have never been before and land hundreds of bass for years to come.”

“At Major League Fishing we’re making a concerted effort to offer more fan engagement, on and off the water, and we’re excited to share this unique opportunity with our fans and anglers,” said John Acosta, Vice President of Marketing & Business Development for MLF. “This giveaway is one lucky fan’s chance to own one of the top fishing kayaks in the game and undoubtedly catch more fish, thanks to Native Kayak.”

One of Native Watercraft’s most popular designs of all time, the Slayer Propel has been updated to the max, providing ultra-comfortable, adjustable and elevated seating, an extended rudder for tracking and turning efficiencies, hands-free forward to reverse Propel Pedal Drive, horizontal rod storage and a rockered bow to get up and over chop.

The addition of stern and bow anchoring and a transducer recess in the hull makes the motoring ready Slayer Propel one serious kayak fishing platform that will perform in both freshwater and saltwater environments.

The Native Watercraft Fishing Kayak sweepstakes will end on April 30.

For more information about the promotion and to see the full rules, visit For regular updates, photos, tournament news and more, follow MLF’s social media outlets at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

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