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Humminbird rolls out sonar promotion

Humminbird announced a new promotion that will give one angler a chance to have their boat rigged with the same sonar setup that Kevin VanDam uses on his tournament boat.

By signing up for the "VanDam Your Boat" promotion, registrants have a chance to win a grand prize that allows them to have their personal boat rigged with Humminbird products.

"I'm excited to be a part of the Humminbird team because now I have the competitive edge of fishing with side-imaging and SwitchFire Sonar technology," VanDam said in a statement. "I also have the confidence that my electronics will stand up to the tough conditions on the tournament trail. It's going to be great sharing these fish-catching advantages with the winner of the grand prize."

Click here to register.

Registrations for "VanDam Your Boat" will be accepted until July 31, with the grand prize drawing taking place Aug. 2.



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