Caymas Boats to Partner with American Bass Anglers
Athens, AL – January 3, 2022 – American Bass Anglers announced today the partnership with Caymas Boats as the presenting sponsor of all American Bass Anglers tournament trails. The sponsorship will include the Open Series, the American Fishing Tour, the 150 Solo Series, the American Couples Series, the American Military Team event, plus all Championships.
Founded in 2018, the factory in Ashland City, Tennessee, is dedicated to the distinguished design and meticulous construction of the highest-quality custom fiberglass fishing boats in the world. As a pioneer in the bass boat manufacturing industry, the founder, marine industry veteran Earl Bentz, had a vision for Caymas’ Freshwater Division—to build his best-performing bass boat to date. Caymas Boat owners experience unmatched performance and function throughout their Caymas using premium materials and the latest marine technology. Our commitment to outstanding customer service and support is unrivaled and stands proudly at the forefront of our mission.
“American Bass Anglers is proud to forge a partnership with Caymas Boats and be able to relay to the weekend anglers across the country what perfection is in a bass boat. The fit and finish of the Caymas boats is truly a work of art with the sleek design, making it the most sought-after boat in the industry.” Said Morris Sheehan, President, “Caymas boats have many features other boats do not, one of which is the increased width of the pad which provides an unbelievable ride and exceptional performance. It also has an oversized deck both front and rear for a more enjoyable fishing experience. Earl Bentz was ABA’s very first sponsor in 2000, and we are excited to welcome Earl Bentz and his Caymas crew.”
“I have worked with our friends at ABA for the past 25 years. Their members represent the best of the best in both weekend anglers and aspiring pros. They conduct over 800 tournaments per year throughout the entire country. Morris and his team at ABA have always managed their events with the highest integrity and professionalism, and we are proud to be back on-board supporting them with Caymas Boats.” said Earl Bentz CEO/Founder Caymas Boats.
The Caymas story is simply remarkable. Earl Bentz and his team have created the highest quality fishing platforms available to anglers. Their boats have the most innovative designs and are back with the highest quality craftsmanship in the industry. On average, Earl’s team has 30 years or more in fiberglass manufacturing, providing the highest quality craftsmanship available. As a result, the design quality, features, industry-leading safety features, and fit and finish are simply unmatched in both fresh and saltwater boats.
Learn more about Caymas Boats at caymasboats.com
American Bass Anglers is sponsored by Caymas Boats, Mercury Marine, TH Marine, Garmin Electronics, Power Pole, Lucas Oil, Monster Energy, REKS Sunglasses, Optima Batteries, LuresPartsOnline.com, and Hotel Planner.com.
Learn More about American Bass Anglers at AmericanBassAnglers.com or call (256)232-0406
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