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FLW Tour Pro Brian Latimer Joins FELL Marine

FLW Tour Pro Brian Latimer Joins FELL Marine FLW Tour Pro Brian Latimer Joins FELL Marine
 
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March 6, 2019 - (FELL Marine Inc., 280 NE 2nd Ave, Suite A, Delray Beach, FL 33444) -FELL Marine is proud to announce that Brian Latimer has joined FELL and will be representing our MOB+ product line, a wireless ignition-shutoff system, with the competitive bass community. In 2019, Brian will be competing in the Fishing League Worldwide Tour out of his new Falcon 205 powered by a 2019 Mercury Pro XS 250 HP FourStroke engine.
   
Brian is a dedicated and veteran angler, fishing in his fourth season on the FLW Tour and has competed in over 100 professional level bass fishing events. When not competing, Brian is best known for his YouTube show called “Straight Up Fishing” that has over 35,000 subscribers.

  

“Finally, there is a product that makes our boats safer and fits in with all the advances in engine technology. The MOB+ is easy to use and takes away all guess work when it comes to knowing that you are safe on the water”, says Brian.

  
 
The FLW recently improved its mandatory ignition-shutoff device rule, that emphasizes the need for the MOB+ in competitive bass fishing. The rules states that “Pros may fish and charge batteries using an onboard charger by letting the combustion engine idle in neutral only if the boat is equipped with a certified and functioning wireless ignition-shutoff device and everyone in the boat is wearing a fastened U.S. Coast Guard-approved personal flotation device.”

  
 
“The FELL Marine MOB+ system is the best choice for anglers that wish to start using a wireless lanyard. Our patented WiMEA protocol and marine grade components provide the reliability and performance anglers require for tournament use.”, says FELL Marine CEO Christion Frost.

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