Huntsville, AL – February 16, 2017 -- T-H Marine Supplies, Inc., of Huntsville, Alabama announced today that the Mr. Crappie HydroWave H2 model is in stock and available for shipment.
T-H Marine's president, Jeff Huntley, stated, "Working with Wally Marshall, aka Mr. Crappie, has been an awesome experience for T-H Marine. From our first meeting, it was clear that crappie fisherman needed different sound patterns than the bass fisherman. Wally was there from recording the sounds on the water to designing the loops in a sound booth. The eight sound patterns on the Mr. Crappie HydroWave H2 are truly amazing for the crappie fisherman."
Wally Marshall added, “Catch more crappie with the all new Mr. Crappie HydroWave H2 that is loaded with natural crappie strikes and baitfish sounds. My HydroWave keeps baitfish under my boat when slow trolling or vertically fishing brushpiles. It makes brushpiles come alive when it is running over them.”
The Mr. Crappie HydroWave H2 model has 8 sound patterns specifically designed for crappie fishing. These patterns are:
* Brushpile Majic
* Spider Rigging-Frenzy
* Tight Line – Finesse
* Bait Balls
* Busting Shad
* Power Trolling Frenzy
* Vertical Structure
The T-H Marine Mr. Crappie HydroWave H2 model is available at fishing tackle and marine dealers now.
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T-H Marine is celebrating its 42nd anniversary of business and has grown to be one of the largest manufacturers of boating and fishing accessories in the U.S. T-H Marine provides parts to every boat manufacturer in the country and distributes them through virtually every major distributor and retailer of boating and fishing products. To learn more about T-H Marine, please visit http://thmarine.com/about-us.
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If you would like more information about T-H Marine and the Mr. Crappie HydroWave H2, please use the contact information provided below.
Contact: Derek Trovillion
Phone (FOR MEDIA ONLY): 317-517-5435
For all customer service-related matters, please call (256) 772-0164 (Monday-Thursday 7am to 5pm CT) or visit us anytime at thmarine.com/help
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