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Evinrude offers anglers tourney prizes

Anglers using Evinrude E-Tec outboard engines could be eligible for up to $15,000 in contingency money in the new 2010 Evinrude Contingency Program.

The company will award $8,000 to the qualifying Evinrude winning pro in each qualifying FLW Walleye Pro Tour event and $15,000 to the winning Evinrude pro angler at the 2010 Walleye Tour Championship.

Additional contingency money extends through 20th place in the Pro division.

Qualifying anglers participating in Bass Fishing League tournaments and the BFL All-American are also eligible for contingency money.

Anglers must own a 2008 or newer registered Evinrude E-Tec.

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