NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – The Texas Team Trail (TXTT) presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s adds Sunline to their dedicated list of sponsors for the upcoming 2020 TXTT season. The season is set to begin on famed Sam Rayburn Reservoir on February 22, 2020.
“Sunline is used by many of our top bass anglers,” said TXTT Tournament Director Mike Hastings. “They understand that using the best fishing gear gives them the best chance to succeed. We’re thrilled to work with a company of their caliber and look forward to helping promote their products during the upcoming season.”
Sunline began manufacturing fishing line in 1977 with the goal of producing a stronger, thinner fishing line. The company has lines for every type and is the largest line-only manufacturing company in the world, producing more than 550 tons of fishing line per year. The company is dedicated to producing products that only pass their rigorous quality control tests.
“We truly appreciate the opportunity to work with the Texas Team Trail,” said Nobuyuki Kajio, president Sunline America. “Texas is an important state for the Sunline brand and we know TXTT anglers need the best line to compete across the state. Our company has long been focused on providing line anglers could trust at the highest levels of competition and we look forward to working with Texas anglers in 2020.”
The Texas Team Trail presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s consists of four regular-season events and a year-end championship. The championship is a two-day tournament open to teams who have fished all four regular-season events.
2020 TXTT scheduled events:
February 22 – Sam Rayburn
March 21 – Toledo Bend
April 18 – Amistad
May 9 – Lake Fork
June 6-7 – Sam Rayburn
Texas Team Trail events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, Ranger Boats, Lucas Oil, Duckett Fishing, Sunline, Mercury, Triton Boats, Power-Pole, NITRO, Lowrance, Protect the Harvest, Garmin, Valley Fashions, T-H Marine, Atlas, G-Juice, Navionics, Amphibia, Powertex Group.