Pure Watercraft Update

Pure Watercraft Update

The question was asked, could a team use Pure Watercraft technology and be competitive in a bass tournament fishing against contemporary high-end bass boats.

Team Pure Watercraft with our best 4 of 5 (post weigh-in photo before fish release), Right to left Troy Lindner and Derrek Stewart

Team Pure Watercraft with our best 4 of 5 (post weigh-in photo before fish release), Right to left Troy Lindner and Derrek Stewart

The question has been answered. History has been made, an all-electric powered craft takes first place and big bass honors in a field featuring high caliber anglers and modern day gas powered fishing vessels.

5 weigh bags, and a 5 bass limit headed to the scales San Vicente Reservoir Lakeside California National Bass West San Diego Region Team Trail 3-11-17.

5 weigh bags, and a 5 bass limit headed to the scales San Vicente Reservoir Lakeside California National Bass West San Diego Region Team Trail 3-11-17.

A solid limit weighing 24.96 pounds anchored by a 6.16 lb. big bass!

A solid limit weighing 24.96 pounds anchored by a 6.16 lb. big bass!

5 alive and released, the weights produced the win and big fish honors! Photo by Chris Clarke

5 alive and released, the weights produced the win and big fish honors! Photo by Chris Clarke

Well earned smiles by Team Pure Watercraft - Left to right; Pure Watercraft Ambassador and former Olympic Rowing Medalist Ed Ives, Pure Watercraft Technical Assistant Chris Clarke, Professional Angler and Outdoor Writer Derrek Stewart, Professional Angler and Television Host Troy Lindner. Ed, Chris, and many others are not only behind the scenes, they make days like today possible. Photo by Chris Clarke

Well earned smiles by Team Pure Watercraft - Left to right; Pure Watercraft Ambassador and former Olympic Rowing Medalist Ed Ives, Pure Watercraft Technical Assistant Chris Clarke, Professional Angler and Outdoor Writer Derrek Stewart, Professional Angler and Television Host Troy Lindner. Ed, Chris, and many others are not only behind the scenes, they make days like today possible. Photo by Chris Clarke

The Future

In regrads to fishing and namely freshwater bass competition, the Nay Sayers immediately spoke out against the notion that Pure Watercraft technology has a proper place in these communities - “That will never fly in a bass tournament.” “Even on smaller lakes, the power needed for depth finders and the trolling motor won’t last all day." Well, the results speak for themselves, and remember Pure Watercraft is just starting on the path of successful innovation.

Progressive advancements will continue. The future is here, the Pure Engine represents clean energy that doesn't have an unhealthy impact on the environment we seek out and cherish. Obviously as anglers this technology has the ability to enhance your day on the water. Pure Watercraft is just beginning, and the possibilities are exciting.

Learn more about Pure Watercraft Marine Technology at http://www.purewatercraft.com/

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