FIELD SET FOR RANGER CUP UNIVERSITY'S LAKE AMISTAD FISH-OFF
Credit: Ranger Boats press release
FLIPPIN, ARK. (November 6, 2012) Anglers from Georgia Southern University and Virginia Tech University will participate in an all-expense-paid competition at Lake Amistad on November 17, made possible by their participation in the Ranger Cup University program. The collegiate anglers will fish from brand-new, fully rigged Ranger boats during the made-for-TV competition, which will air nationally on NBC Sports Network's Americana Outdoors. The grand prize package includes over $2,000 in cash and prizes awarded to the winning team.
Caron Rejzer and Wyatt Blevins, both collegiate anglers from Virginia Tech University qualified for the Lake Amistad event by being the highest-finishing Ranger Cup University participants in the FLW College Fishing National Championship. Justin Hewlett and Geoff Hill, collegiate anglers from Georgia Southern University, claimed the highest place of finish for a Ranger Cup University-qualified team at the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship.
Modeled after the most lucrative contingency rewards in the industry, Ranger Cup, Ranger Cup University is the first program of its kind exclusively for collegiate anglers and is open to those fishing in either FLW- or BoatUS-affiliated competitions. Signup is free, regardless of which brand of boat they own. To remain qualified in the program, anglers need only adhere to clothing and logo requirements. And as part of the Ranger Cup University program, participants will be able to receive specially discounted tournament gear through Angler Skins and Gemini Custom Apparel, with no artwork or set-up fees. Through these vendors, Ranger Cup University anglers can purchase fully customized tournament jerseys for as low as $48.
Collegiate anglers must register each year to remain eligible in the program. 2013 registration will be online and available soon. For more information on Ranger Cup University, including details on program guidelines and benefits, go online to RangerBoats.com.