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ZOOM Bracket Blowout Giveaway!

ZOOM Bracket Blowout Giveaway!

64 names have drawn and assigned a team on the 2014 NCAA Bracket. As the tournament goes on and as teams get knocked out so will contestants assigned to those teams. Only one person/team will be the official winner. We will post results the morning after game days.

The prize will be 5-pks of Swimmin Super Flukes and 5-pks of Swimmin Super Fluke Jrs featuring 5 brand new colors (Bluegill Flash, Sexy Shad, Pro Blue Red Pearl, Silver Flash and Tennessee Shad), T-Shirt, Hat and a ZOOM Decal.

Contest entry is now closed. The final winner will be announced on Tuesday, April 8 after the Championship Game. Good luck to all of those who have been selected!

ZOOM Bracket Blowout Winner: Josh Olinger – Conneticut

One Response to “ZOOM Bracket Blowout Giveaway!”

  1. Jack Herron says:

    I use a lot of Zoom baits and like them a lot, especioally the 4″ curley tail for dropshotting . I am a retired 23 yr army vet with several disabilities from duty in VN ,and about all I can do is fish, which I love to do.. Sign me up.

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