WHY YOU SHOULD ALWAYS “PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR MOUNT IS.”
Trophy Graphy Systems is attending the 2023 Redcrest Outdoor Expo on March 10th, 11th, and 12th, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Park Expo and Event Center in Charlotte, NC. Unveiling their new Pro Series mounts while showing their incredible solutions for mounting multiple graph systems on the front and console of your boat.
Exhibiting in Booth #301 at the MLF Redcrest Outdoor Expo, Trophy Graph Systems will have a full array of their products on hand to help you see what solution works best for mounting on your rig. Mock-ups of the front of a boat will be available along with physical mounts so anglers can handle the units and see exactly how they can enhance the way electronics are mounted on their own boats.
The new Pro Series Mounts were built to run multiple graphs on the front of your bass boat and exhibit added strength and durability to Trophy Graph Systems’ existing mounts, along with an impressive visual flare! These robust offerings are built for discerning and hard-charging anglers and seasoned tournament pros alike.
Trophy Graph Systems is introducing the new panoramic console mount at this year’s Expo. It features a 15-degree pitch towards the boat’s driver, giving them a better view of their electronics while running to their next fishing location.
At Redcrest, Trophy Graph Systems is also showcasing a new 7-inch one-piece console mount, which is fantastic for boats without much room at the helm for displaying today’s electronics packages.
Finally, Trophy Graph Systems offers a Dual Bridge Mount for expanding any of their mounts to be able to add an additional graph. With this flexibility, an angler could run up to three graphs on the front of their bass boat to accommodate any suite of electronics needed to cover the water effectively.
Chris Castillo and Jesse Morris from Trophy Graph Systems will be on hand during the expo to answer any questions and to 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 mount is!”