DEL RIO, Texas, June 3, 2013 -- He likes Buffalo hot wings and listens to any kind of music. He also loves top waters and is an expert using plastics in heavy vegetation. And when it comes to “his” bass factory, Lake Amistad, Texas, Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Kurt Dove knows it like his own backyard. Now, you can spend a day fishing Amistad with Dove courtesy of BoatUS Angler, the on water and roadside assistance service for boat owners, simply by becoming a member at www.BoatUSAngler.com. However, you must join by August 25 to be eligible to win. All current BoatUS Angler members are automatically entered.
“There’s no contest entry forms to fill out – all you’ve got to do is sign up to become a BoatUS Angler member for $24 annually,” said BoatUS Angler Brand Manager Steve Levi. “You’ll have access to 24/7 dispatch from the largest on water towing fleet in the nation, and over 20,000 roadside service providers ready to handle an on road breakdown for both a disabled trailer and tow vehicle.”
Once you’re a BoatUS Angler member, adding on water Unlimited Freshwater Towing costs just $43. The BoatUS Trailer Assist roadside program, which will tow both tow vehicle and trailer up to 100 miles to a safe area, repair facility or home adds just $14. “You can be covered in bass territory with both on water and on road assistance for a total of just $81 a year, which includes tows, fuel drop offs, soft ungroundings, battery jump starts, flat tire assistance, ramp winching and lock out services. When the towboat or wrecker shows up, all you’ll have to do is show them your BoatUS Angler membership card and we take care of the payment. It couldn’t be any easier. A lot of folks tell us we take their stress away – and we save them a lot of money,” added Levi.
ithout a towing plan, boating anglers face out-of-pocket on water towing costs that average $600 per incident nationally. All BoatUS Angler members are also eligible for the BoatUS Angler tournament incentive program, Weigh-to-Win, which gives BoatUS Angler members the chance to make some extra cash when competing in over 300 sanctioned fishing tournaments