WHY YOU SHOULD ALWAYS “PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR MOUNT IS”.
Trophy Graphy Systems will be attending the 2023 Redcrest Outdoor Expo on March 10, 11 and 12 from 11 am to 7 pm at the Park Expo and Event Center in Charlotte, NC. Introducing their new Pro Series mounts as they show off their amazing solutions for mounting multiple graphics systems on the front and console of your boat.
exhibiting at Position #301 At the MLF Redcrest Outdoor Expo, Trophy Graph Systems will have a full range of their products on hand to help you see which solution works best to mount to your rig. Models of the front of a boat will be available along with hardware so anglers can handle the units and see exactly how they can improve the way electronics are mounted on their own boats.
The new Pro Series mounts were designed to run multiple graphs on the front of your bass boat and exhibit increased strength and durability to Trophy Graph Systems’ existing mounts, along with stunning visual flair! These solid offerings are designed for the discerning, discerning angler as well as seasoned tournament professionals.
Trophy Graph Systems introduces the new Panoramic Console Stand at this year’s Expo. It features a 15-degree tilt toward the boat driver, giving them a better view of their electronics as they race to their next fishing spot.
At Redcrest, Trophy Graph Systems will also be showcasing a new 7-inch one-piece console mount, which is great for boats without a lot of helm space to display current electronics packages.
Finally, Trophy Graph Systems offers a double bridge mount to expand any of your mounts so you can add an additional graph. With this flexibility, an angler could run up to three charts on the front of his bass boat to accommodate any set of electronics needed to cover the water effectively.
Chris Castillo and Jesse Morris of Trophy Graph Systems will be available during the show to answer any questions and help you find the right mounting solution for the electronics on your fishing rig! Come see why their motto has always been: “Put your money where your saddle is!”