Fishing & Boating News

T-H Marine Continues Sponsorship of Texas Team Trail

by: Greg Duncan, Blue Heron Communications

(Jan 17, 2017 - New Smyrana Beach, FL) T-H Marine, a leading manufacturer of boat parts and marine accessories, has re-signed with the Texas Team Trail (TXTT) as an official sponsor for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. The renewed partnership was finalized as the TXTT prepares for the upcoming season, which is set to kick off Jan. 28 on Sam Rayburn.
 
"T-H Marine makes great products that can raise an angler's on-the-water performance and winning on the TXTT is all about having an advantage," said TXTT Tournament Director Mike Hastings. "We are glad to have them on board for the next two years. This year is already shaping up to another great season of heated competition."
 
T-H Marine has been serving the recreational boating industry since 1975. During those 42 years, T-H Marine has been a true innovator and leader in designing and manufacturing the highest quality boat parts and accessories. T-H Marine has grown from a three-person company, manufacturing a few parts, to a 200-plus-employee conglomerate of three companies, manufacturing thousands of different products.
 
The new partnership will also highlight T-H Marine's Atlas jack plate and G-Juice live well treatment products. G-Juice, formerly known as U2 Pro Formula, was developed over 15 years of research and is a single-phase, full-functional water conditioner that removes chlorine, chloramines and ammonia from live wells and fish tanks while adding essential electrolytes and maintaining proper pH levels for fish care. The Atlas jack plate is made in the U.S. and installed by more boat manufacturers and used by more professional fishermen than any other hydraulic jack plate on the market.
 
"The TXTT is a great platform for bass anglers and T-H Marine to gain a higher profile," said T-H Marine President and CEO Jeff Huntley. "Although many bass anglers already use our high-quality products, we are sure to reach a new market of anglers who are looking for the best accessories for their tournament boat."
 
As part of the sponsorship, T-H Marine will offer additional ways for TXTT anglers to add to their earnings. For a minimal membership fee, anglers can register for the program directly with T-H Marine to be eligible for cash bonuses as the winner or high-finisher at TXTT events.
 
The T-H Marine qualifying products are:
 
* AtlasTM Series Hydraulic Jack Plates
* AtlasTM Series Hydraulic Jack Plates
* Hot FootTM
* G-ForceTM Trolling Motor Handle
* Two-way Boat Alarm
* Loc-R-Bar
* Troll-Tamer
* Oxygenator
* G-Force Eliminator
* KVD Kong and Dual Kong Mount
* Hydrowave H2
* Grand Slam Bonus
 
To be eligible for the Grand Slam Bonus ($500) the winning angler must have all 10 products installed. However, if the winner of the event is not an Atlas Awards member, the highest-finishing member within the top-10 will be awarded a $100 cash prize if they own the Atlas Hydraulic Jack Plate. More details are available at www.thmarine.com or by calling 256-772-0164.
 
All TXTT events feature 100 percent guaranteed payback, complete with a fully rigged 18-foot boat, motor, trailer package guaranteed for first place. Anglers have the ability to take home even more thanks to the most lucrative contingency programs in the industry.
 
The Texas Team Trail also includes unprecedented television and media coverage, airing on the Pursuit Channel, Fox Sports Net, NBC Sports, Time Warner Sportsnet and the World Fishing Network.
 
 
2017 TXTT scheduled events:
 
January 28 - Sam Rayburn Reservoir
February 18 - Toledo Bend
April 1 - Belton Lake
April 29 - Lake Texoma
 
Championship
 
June 3-4 - Livingston Lake
 
Texas Team Trail events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Cabela's, Ranger Boats, Lucas Oil, RAM, Mercury, Minn Kota, Triton Boats, Power-Pole, Arctic Ice, Stratos Boats, Lowrance, Navionics, Protect the Harvest, BoatU.S., General Tire, SuperClean, Garmin, Valley Fashions, T-H Marine, Atlas, G-Juice, Powertex Group.