Benton, KY – The Professional Anglers Association (PAA) is now capable of taking multiple year memberships. Anglers and fishing fans who know about the benefits of being a member of the PAA can now purchase a membership for up to three years. The longer the membership that is purchased will result in a bigger discount per year. One year memberships will remain the same price.
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If you are not a PAA member, you need to sign up now! The Affinity Program is a great way to get awesome discounts on many of the best products in the fishing industry. The PAA Payday Program is a tournament bonus program that pays members a cash bonus for winning a long list of sanctioned events (see www.FishPAA.com for more details). The memberships can be purchased online at www.FishPAA.com or over the phone by calling the PAA Office at (270) 527-2030. Get your discount.
PAA President, John Crews, is exited about the opportunity. He said, “Our members are what we work for. This is a great way to give members another discount for the great services that the PAA provides. I think most people would like the opportunity to save some money and not have to worry about signing up every year. I plan on taking advantage of it.”
The membership classifications are split into three groups. Tour members are anglers who compete on the E21/ Carrot Stix PAA Tournament Series, Bassmaster Elite Series, FLW Tour, or FLW Series. The Advantage membership is for anglers who want a chance at bonuses in BASS Opens, WBT, FLW Outdoors Stren events, and more. The General membership is for all the other anglers, tournament competitors, fishing fans, and proponents of professional angling. See www.FishPAA.com for more details on the membership levels or call the PAA Office at (270) 527-2030.
The Professional Anglers Association is a non-profit organization that gives professional anglers a unified voice in order to aid in the growth of the sport of professional bass fishing. The PAA also aims to administer educational programs to the average angler, to increase enjoyment of the sport, and to embrace sound conservation practices to further the future of the sport. For more information, visit www.FishPAA.com .