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Lund Boats offers bonuses for anglers on walleye tour

Lund Boats announced bonus checks for the highest-placing Lund anglers on the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour.
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Lund Boats announced bonus checks for the highest-placing Lund anglers on the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour.

At each of four tour events, Lund will write a $1,000 check to the highest-placing Lund angler. The second-highest-placing Lund finisher will cash in on an extra $750 and the third-highest-placing Lund-runner will walk away with $500.

"Lund has been supporting grassroots and nationally renowned tournaments across North America for decades," Lund Boats special events and pro-staff coordinator Ryan Sproule said in a statement. "We’ve long recognized the value and importance of offering rewards to our loyal customers and tournament anglers — and that goes beyond just building them the most fishable boat in the industry. Lund Boats’ contingency rewards reflect our company's history of supporting our anglers, as well as our commitment and connection to the tournament community."

"To put it simply, Lund Boats are built tournament-tough. My Pro-V gives me the confidence to handle the most severe conditions and keep me on the fish at all times,” walleye winner Ted Takasaki said.

“Whether riding out Lake Erie back-breakers or icy Dakota rip-curls, my Lund is comfortable, safe and rock-solid. After all these years, these boats still give me the smoothest ride, the best boat control and the most features of any boat you’ll find on any tournament trail in North America."

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