Win a Bass Fishing Trip with MLF Pro

Tell Lure Lock why you should fish with Andy Morgan on Lake Chickamauga.

Win a Bass Fishing Trip with MLF Pro

Image courtesy of Lure Lock

(From press release) ETTRICK, WI – If you’ve ever wanted to spend a day on the water learning fishing tips and tricks from a top professional bass angler, you’re in luck. Lure Lock, makers of the revolutionary tackle box system featuring their patented Tak Logic gel technology, is giving one lucky winner the opportunity to spend a day on the water with Bass Pro Tour/Major League Fishing angler and Lure Lock Pro Andy Morgan.

To register for this once-in-a-lifetime trip simply upload or post a photo or video explaining why you want to spend a day on the water with Andy Morgan. Videos and photos can be uploaded to one or all the following locations (click to link):

The promotion will run through May 4. No purchase is necessary to participate.

The winner will be headed to one of the most popular bass fishing destinations in the U.S. — Lake Chickamauga in Dayton, Tenn., where Morgan won a Bass Pro Tour event in 2019.For official rules and full details of the prize package, please visit lurelock.com.


"Without a doubt, the Lure Lock boxes are the most innovative and helpful product on the market for anglers to organize and take control of their tackle," said Morgan. "When I won the Bass Pro Tour event on Chick last year, I needed to have all my tackle perfectly organized as I was fishing shallow water and didn’t want to have my tackle jostling around cases, the TakLogic Technology kept everything secured and in place."


Lure Lock boxes are offered in three sizes — LL1, LL2 and LL3 — and are available with and without the Tak Logic Technology liners, along with the new Deep and Thin boxes.The innovative tackle boxes, along with the award-winning Lure Locker are available at Walmart, Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s, Academy, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Scheel’s, Mill’s Fleet Farm, Field & Stream, Tackle Warehouse, Tackle Direct, and at many other fine retailers. Lure Lock is also sold at lurelock.com.

For more information about Lure Lock products please visit lurelock.com.

About Lure Lock

Lure Lock is owned by Tak Logic, LLC and is located in Ettrick, Wisconsin. Lure Lock tackle boxes feature a Patent Pending technology – all made in the USA. For more information, call 608-525-3636.


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