Huk’s Performance Fishing Team is committed to designing apparel for the die-hard angler, and no angler embodies that commitment better than Tyler Rivet. With a phenomenal four-day total of 86 pounds, 15 ounces, the fifth-year Elite Series pro from Raceland, Louisiana, won the first blue trophy of his career.
Last weekend, Rivet talked about “Doing what no one else was doing: Finding that little thing off the wall” to help him take the lead at the SiteOne Bassmaster Elite on Lake Okeechobee. Rivet, who entered the championship on Sunday in third place, fished differently from the others. For Rivet, it meant fishing upstream of the lake, having the whole river to himself. This tactic helped seal the deal with a final limit of 18 lbs. 3 oz. Championship Sunday.
Rivet dedicated his victory to his grandmother, who passed away in January. “She watched me from there every day,” Rivet said, shivering. “Every fish I caught this week that was over 4, I said, ‘Thank you, Mom.’”
“Tyler embodies our vision of a Huk angler. It is clear that he loves this sport, his family and the opportunity to represent our brand on the national stage,” said Chris Russell, vice president of marketing for Marolina Outdoor. “We are very excited about this win for him and his family and we look forward to the rest of the year.”
Rivet trusts Huk apparel to keep him cool and comfortable on the water year-round. From shirts, pants, outerwear, raincoats, and footwear, Huk has anglers covered no matter the season or activity.
Marolina Outdoor Inc. was founded to provide a deeply rooted product experience across all outdoor categories. Our innovative designs and technology-focused products create the foundation for our authentic outdoor apparel. Huk clothing represents a fresh take on and unique understanding of the needs of fishing, offering functional styles that appeal to anglers of all ages. NOMAD is motivated to provide quality clothing so hunters can maximize their hunting experiences and provide sustenance regardless of the size of the game or where their activities take them.
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