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    Stratos 2X Program Brings Exclusive Bonuses to Anglers Fishing Cabela’s New National Walleye Tour

    Program awards $10,000 bonus to qualified winner plus payout through 20th place

    As a sponsor of the all-new Cabela’s National Walleye Tour, Stratos Boats is making success at the highest level of competitive walleye fishing even more rewarding. Through their acclaimed Stratos 2X contingency program, qualified anglers competing in the NWT will be awarded with an extra $10,000 for winning any regular season event.

    Though the program normally only provides bonuses for tournament winners, Stratos is offering additional payouts for 2X-qualified anglers exclusively for NWT competitions. In addition to the $10,000 bonus for qualified NWT winners, the Stratos 2X program will pay a bonus of $1,000 to qualified anglers who finish in 2nd through 15th Place and a bonus of $500 for qualified anglers who finish in 16th through 20th Place. Co-angler bonuses are available as well. In addition to the $1,500 bonus to any qualified co-angler that wins a NWT event, co-anglers who finish 2nd through 10th will be awarded $500 and those finishing 11th through 20th will be awarded $250.

    This lucrative bonus structure, offered exclusively to 2X Program participants fishing the Cabela’s NWT, is part of Stratos’ sponsorship of the new walleye tournament circuit.

    “The new Cabela’s NWT represents the highest level of competition for these talented, versatile anglers and we’re happy to be a part of the circuit’s inaugural season,” said Stratos Boats Brand Manager Jason Bragg. “We’re excited to bring exclusive and even more lucrative payouts to our anglers fishing this circuit.”

    With no signup fee or membership dues to pay, the Stratos 2X program is available to owners of any 2011 model or newer Stratos boat and makes no restrictions on individual models or motor pairings. For more information on the Stratos Boats 2X contingency program, or to find a list of all other qualified 2X events, go to www.stratosboats.com.

    Logo courtesy Blue Heron Communications/Stratos Boats

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