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Make sure if you are attending the Bassmaster Classic Expo at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Center this week  you  stop by and see all the new Triton Boats on display. A full line-up of both fiberglass and aluminum fishing boats will be there.  The new line-up of Triton’s includes the all new 21 TrX. Demo rides in the 21 TrX will be available everyday after the Classic competitors hit the water.

While in the booth sign up for a chance to win a set of Triton Boats/Duckett Fishing fishing rods valued at $600. A set of rods will be given away each day of the Expo.

Several of the Triton boats pros will be on hand to sign autographs and talk fishing each day. They include  Shaw Grigsby, Boyd Duckett, Byron Velvick, Jeff Kriet, Paul Elias, Derek Remitz, Guy Eaker, Bradley Roy, Brandon Card, Jamie Horton and David Mullins.

Triton Boats will be well represented by 14 pros competing for the coveted prize of Bassmaster Classic Champion. They include Casey Ashley, Gary Klein, Brent Chapman, Randy Howell, Stephen Browning, Terry Scroggins, Rick Morris, Jonathon VanDam, Hank Cherry, Fred Roumbanis, Gerald Swindle and Richard Howes. In addition, Triton pros Coby Carden and Jeff Lugar each qualified for the Classic through the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship tournament.

 

 

 

 

 

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