SAN ANTONIO, TX (May 14, 2024) – In one week, the Association of Collegiate Anglers will contest its 19th annual Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops on Pickwick Lake in Florence, AL.  The final event of the 2023-24 season for the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series will pay out over $30,000 in prizes and contingencies.  One of those many contingencies to be awarded is Garmin Tournament Rewards.

New for this year, Garmin Tournament Rewards pays out two different contingencies: Mounted Equipment Reward, and Force Reward.  The Mounted Equipment Reward awards $300 to the top placing angler who competes from a boat equipped exclusively with mounted Garmin marine electronics.  For the Force Reward, a reward of $200 is given to the top placing angler at the event with a Garmin Force Trolling Motor installed.

Garmin Tournament Rewards is a premier contingency program that is available to qualified anglers at all ACA events. Find out more details here.

The ACA’s no-entry-fee National Championship tournament will feature media coverage on a variety of streaming platforms, live coverage, social media promotions and is nationally televised on several networks.

Garmin Tournament Rewards will be one of the many contingency bonuses up for grabs at Pickwick Lake.     This tournament will feature an elite field of 400 anglers competing for more than $30,000 in prizes and contingencies.   Learn more about contingency programs offered at ACA events.

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