Bassmaster - Fish with Jordan Lee Sweepstakes

Win a Chance to Go Fishing with a Pro

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Description:

Bassmaster is giving you the chance to win a free vacation to learn tips from a Bassmaster Classic Champion. Enter the Fish with Jordan Lee Sweepstakes and you could win a trip for two to a destination in the continental United States to fish with Jordan Lee along with a bunch of fishing gear. The prize is worth over $10,000 in total.

Sweepstakes Links:

Click Here to Enter this Sweepstakes
Click Here for the Official Sweepstakes Rules
Click Here for the Sweepstakes' Home Page

Note: If the sweepstakes entry link doesn't work for you, try entering through the home page and looking for a link to the sweepstakes.

Category:

Mail-in Sweepstakes, Sports Sweepstakes, US Vacation Sweepstakes, Big Sweepstakes, Daily Sweepstakes

Eligibility:

USA, 18+

Start Date:

July 01, 2017

End Date:

September 30, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Entry Frequency:

1 x daily per person

Sweepstakes Prizes:

Grand Prize: A two-night trip for two to fish with Bassmaster Classic Champion Jordan Lee. The prize includes airfare, hotel, rental car, $500 spending cash, and fishing gear including $2,500 to spend at Tackle Addict, an ARE LSII Tonneau cover or V Series truck cap, a $500 Power-Pole gift card, a $500 gift card and more. (ARV: $10,500)

Additional Comments:

Privacy warning! If you enter online, you agree that the sponsor may contact you by mail, email and/or phone (and the last time I entered one of their giveaways, they did call me).

If you want to enter without being contacted with marketing offers, you can use the alternate entry method to enter by mail. You can also enter in-person at participating Bassmaster Tournament Events.

If you live outside the continental United States, you are responsible for your own airfare to the mainland.