Lure deal aids Future Fisherman Foundation

January 07, 2010 at 11:34 AM is now offering a 3-Pack of national tournament-winning lures for less than half price, and will donate $1 from every sale to the Future Fisherman Foundation (F3). For less than $10, anglers get an XCalibur Zell Pop, a Bomber 4A crankbait and a Booyah Ajig, in the color patterns that won national tournaments, as well as the satisfaction that $1 from each order goes to benefit the Future Fisherman Foundation, which administers the Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs, Physh Ed and Boys & Girls Club’s C.A.T.C.H. fishing programs.

The F3 recently lost its funding and it’s up to companies like and Plano Tackle Boxes, which produces a special F3 Tackle Box, and you the angler to keep these programs going. These programs reach youngsters by working through the school systems, much like the anti-fishing crowd, which, you can bet, have deep pockets and will do whatever they can to brainwash our youth into believing that our way of life is wrong. We must counterattack and the F3 is our front-line army.

“Since its inception in 1986, the Future Fisherman Foundation has provided fishing education programs for more than 1 million children nationwide,” said F3 executive director Keith Sutton. “This wouldn’t be possible, however, without the generous support of companies like and the customers who buy their products. The 3-pack of tournament-winning lures PRADCO developed is a win-win deal for everyone. The consumer gets a great deal on some great bass lures, plus the satisfaction of knowing their purchase supports programs that lead to a life-long love of fishing in our children. We’re proud to have and PRADCO as partners.”

The foundation of this Tournament-Winning 3-Pack is the jig Alton Jones used to win the 2008 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell, the Booyah A-Jig in Ozark Craw color pattern. Add in the Bomber Model 4A in Foxy Shad Terry Butcher used to win the 2008 Bassmaster Open Southern Division on Lake Texoma, and top it off with the XCalibur Zell Pop in Bone/Chartreuse Chad Griffin used to win the 2009 BASS Elite event at Lake Oneida. Three baits that proved to be go-to lures when big money was on the line.

For more information or to order a Tournament-Winning 3-Pack, go to