For Immediate Release
The Competitive Sport Fishing League and Johnson Outdoors have teamed up to offer a new contingency for the opportunity to win a $14,000 Johnson Outdoors Prize!
Stouffville, Ontario - Monday, March 22, 2021 The Competitive Sport Fishing League “CSFL” is proud to announce the latest contingency for 2021 CSFL events with Johnson Outdoors. All anglers using Johnson Outdoors products (Humminbird, MinnKota and Talon) competing in the 2021 CSFL season including the DT Opens, Pro Bass Tour and Special Events have the opportunity to win a $14,000 Johnson Outdoors Prize!
The Johnson Outdoors prize includes:
1 x 411400-1 HELIX 10 CHIRP GPS G4N
1 x 411420-1M HELIX 10 CHIRP MEGA SI+ GPS G4N
1 x 1368866 ULTREX 80/MSI/IP LINK_BT
2 x 1810630 RAPTOR 10’, AA
To be eligible for this contingency anglers must have Johnson Outdoors product(s) (Humminbird, MinnKota and/or Talon) equipt on their boat during morning check in. For each Johnson Outdoors product present the team will receive one ballot in the draw for the prize. Anglers will receive ballots per event throughout the tournament season. The draw will take place on Friday, October 8.
Victoria Pallotta of the CSFL states “We are thrilled to offer this new contingency to our anglers with our ongoing sponsor Johnson Outdoors. The more events you participate in, the more chances to win”.
Richard Yantha, Sales Manager of Johnson Outdoors - Canada, added “It is our pleasure to give back to those that put their trust in our products, motivating us to thrive in offering all our supporters that leading edge technology that makes us all winners!”
The CSFL continues to look for innovative ways to offer added value to its anglers. It’s through incredible sponsors like Johnson Outdoors that allows the CSFL to deliver these programs.
The Competitive Sport Fishing League is the leading tournament series in Canada, offering diverse events that cater to every level of angler from experienced professionals to amateurs being introduced to the sport. To date the CSFL has successfully operated over 750 events, released thousands of fish and has hosted anglers from across the world throughout its 24 years of operation! Fish care is the CSFL’s top priority. Since the conception of the CSFL in 1997, fish care has always been a major component in its series. Today the CSFL utilizes the in water weigh in system developed through Queen's University, including the technology of properly regulated aerated tanks, water weigh-in scales and state of the art live release boats to enable the safe return of the resource, ensuring the future of the sport. The CSFL has released over 500 fish per day with less than 1% mortality rate.