Fargo, ND- Artifishalleyes Troy Morris and Corey Heiser have signed an agreement with artificial bait giant, Berkley.
Artifishalleyes is an organization created to educate anglers about the art of fishing for walleyes with artificial baits and presentations, while helping reduce the spread of Aquatic Nuisance Species by eliminating the use of live bait.
Berkley and Company was started back in 1945 in Spirit Lake, Iowa. In 1959 Berkley created an all new monofilament line, and ongoing experimentation soon yielded the company’s breakthrough innovation; Trilene.
From the beginning, Berkley has committed significant resources to research and development to create the world reknowned products in their line-up today. Berkley will be the exclusive line and soft bait supplier for Artifishalleyes.
“We are very excited to partner with Berkley. They are leading the charge by sponsoring Artificial Only events on the Masters Walleye Circuit trail. Their giant product line of Powerbait, Gulp!, Gulp! Alive, Havoc and the many different fishing lines will give us ample tools to be successful on the water.” Corey Heiser explained.
Morris and Heiser will compete in 4 MWC Events; Lake Sharpe – Pierre, SD, Big Stone Lake – Ortonville, SD, Bay of Green Bay – Oconto, WI, Cass Lake and finally Cass Lake, MN. The duo will also fish other local and regional events. Morris will compete in the MWC World Walleye Championship at Devils Lake, ND mid October.
“Artificial baits are becoming more and more popular. Anglers need the information and know how tips to make the switch and become confident with those presentations,” Morris added. “Using quality Berkley products will ensure our success to catch walleyes and offer information on how to put walleyes in the net with artificials through videos, articles, Facebook and YouTube releases throughout the year.”
Berkley Field Marketing Manager, Cody Roswick said, “We are very supportive of Artifishalleyes and thank Heiser and Morris for their continued support of our great fish catching Berkley brands. I’m going to bet that these two anglers will not only unlock some artificial bait secrets, but educate anglers on how to use artificial baits for many species. I look forward to following them this season!”
For more information about the exclusive use and presentations of artificial baits please “like” their Facebook page Artifishalleyes.