Anglers love fishing this lure. Even more they love going head to head with line-straining gamefish intent on demolishing it.
For a limited time, turn a love affair with the Slog into prizes in Secret Weapon's $90,000 Slogfest Contest.
Learn how you can win a share of Slogfest prizes including a 2011, 21-foot Ranger Z521 Comanche with 250 HP Evinrude E-TEC HO motor, Wilderness Systems Commander fishing kayaks powered by Torqeedo Ultralight electric motors, Secret Weapon Expedition Packs and $100 fishing tackle gift certificates.
Instructions, contest rules, prize descriptions and an entry form with unique registration number are in every Slog Master Pack and ProPack.
Register and enter to win prizes every week, every month, every quarter, and top it off with the Grand Prize, the 2011 Ranger Z521 Comanche bass boat with 250-HP Evinrude E-TEC High Output motor.
No limit to the number of entries, and each person in the contest can win multiple times.
Want in on this? Let's get started!
This latest addition to Secret Weapon Lures' armory of high-performance, innovative fishing tackle consists of a crankbait head and an assortment of interchangeable soft bodies. Its high-impact ABS plastic crankbait head, fished just by itself, is one of the best wake baits ever produced.
The name SLOG is an acronym derived from the three body shapes: Snake, Lizard and Pollywog - Secret Weapon's name for its tadpole-shaped swimbait. The pliable, super-tough ElaZtech® bodies stretch without breaking, feel real in a fish's jaw, and hold up trip after trip. This lure will earn a prized place in tackle boxes and on fishing lines for years to come.
A SLOG Master Pack from Secret Weapon Lures, including three different heads, nine ElaZtech® bodies, and an instructional DVD, retails for $39.99. It is available through televised commercials and online at http://swlure.com. Single-lure Mini-kits and additional crankbaits and ElaZtech bodies are available, too.
Secret Weapon Lures is a US manufacturer of premium, high-performance spinnerbaits, buzzbaits and terminal tackle. Their lures, conceived and made in America's heartland, daily prove their worth on lakes and rivers across the US and around the world.