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lund boats as a sponsor

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maybe i'm a little slow, but just noticed that LUND BOATS is a sponsor of the open water forum! WOW ! thank you! del

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Then I guess about 3/4's of us just becam sponser supporters!(again)

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I just noticed it yesterday evening so it is very new.

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i was told they are just coming onboard as a sponsor. to me , it validates how great a web site this is!del

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I am very happy to announce that LUND BOATS has come aboard as our new sponsor. Its great to partner with such a great boat company. Please check out thier website and thier new Project 59 Pro V boat. Also watch for thier new fiberglass boat line up coming this summer.

www.lundboats.com

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Lund.... Glass?... hmmm, very interesting.. I wonder if its going to be a glass walleye type boat or a glass bass type boat.? Fun!.. Cant wait to see it!

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Lund is going after Rangers Reata/Angler market share, at least to begin with.

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From what I have hear the fiber boat is supposed to be a multi species type boat. I have heard they they are going to be getting help from Triton on this one. Time will tell I guess.

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