Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Survival Bracelet Giveaway

I apologize for being a day late on posting our winners, little league practice won out over the blog last night.  Sometimes you have to sacrifice for the kids!  Well, let's get right to it then, here are our winners!

The winner from the comments on our blog is Stephen Angell!

And from the Facebook comments our winner is Linda Chappell!

Please shoot me an email ASAP with the color(s) you would like to have for your bracelet, as well as your wrist measurement.  Louie has sent me this great sizing instruction diagram to help you out!

Please follow these sizing instructions, and be sure to also choose your colors!

After you have your color and sizes, please shoot me an email at suhuntandfish@gmail.com to claim your prize.  Please allow up to 2 weeks for us to get this custom order sent out to you.

If you wish to order, these fine bracelets are only $7.00 each!  Please follow the above sizing instructions, get me those measurements and your desired colors and we will place your order.  Upon completion of your order I can email you a Pay Pal invoice from which you can securely pay by credit card.  

Congrats to our winners!  Also new this week are our two newest sponsors, Rusty Lures, a great place to find lures, tackle, and baits that the pros use!  Great for warm water fishing!  Be sure to couple this with a great trip to Lake Powell this spring!  http://www.suhuntandfish.com/2012/05/spring-warm-water-fishing-lake-powell.html

Our other new sponsor is Track My Trophies.  Be sure to check out this great site for great pictures of hardcore hunters and fishermen as they display their trophies on this free website.  Create your free profile to get in on the fun!  Also, check out the TMT store to take advantage of great deals on great outdoor gear...from packs and trail cams, to great apparel.  Use the promo code "jporter" to receive 10% off of your purchase.  When you sign up, be sure to tell them that I sent you as well!

Stay tuned this week as we have a great post coming your way on 3 more lakes that were recently sampled by the Utah DWR's gill nets.