December 2020 – The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) and APEX Series announced that Garmin®, the world’s leading marine electronics manufacturer, will partner with the WWBT’s Pro/Am, teams, Kayak and APEX Series in 2021. The Garmin Rewards contingency will be available to those who are eligible

 

” We look forward to building a strong and long-lasting collaboration with WWBT /APEX that will further enhance our shared mission to provide the angling community with superior products and experiences,” said Dave Dunn, Garmin marine sales and marketing director. “We are deeply committed to the freshwater fishing industry, and the Wild West Bass Trail and APEX Series is a great place for us to showcase our award-winning products and technologies.” 

 

WWBT Owner, Jeremy DeHart, adds: “The Wild West Bass Trail provides a great avenue for companies like Garmin to get their innovative product in the hands of the fishermen who will use them. Already, we have heard from anglers crossing our weigh-in stage, talking about their success with Garmin Livescope. Our partnership with Garmin is a natural fit as we share a common purpose–to provide the best for our anglers.”

 

 Engineered on the inside for life on the outside, Garmin products have revolutionized life for anglers, sailors, mariners and boat enthusiasts everywhere. Committed to developing the most sophisticated marine electronics the industry has ever known, Garmin believes every day is an opportunity to innovate and a chance to beat yesterday. For the sixth consecutive year, Garmin was recently named the Manufacturer of the Year by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA). Other Garmin marine brands include Fusion® and Navionics. For more information, visit www.garmin.com

 

About Wild West Bass Trail: The Wild West Bass Trail operates the a premier suite of tournament circuits, including APEX Pro Cup Series, Pro/Am events, team tournaments, a college series, an open, and kayak tournaments. WWBT is dedicated to showcasing the best anglers on the country’s finest fisheries. For more information, please visit: www.wildwestbasstrail.com