The Leader in Pro Bass Fishing News!
Facebook Twitter

MTN DEW offers stimulus for license-buyers

MTN DEW offers stimulus for license-buyers

MTN DEW has announced a new campaign – “Out Here. It’s DEW." – to celebrate and empower the pursuits of those who embrace the adventurous spirit of the great outdoors. The platform kicks off its commitment to enhance the outdoor experience with a $100,000 MTN DEW Outdoor Stimulus, which will reimburse 2020 hunting and fishing permits. The stimulus is a means of empowering outdoor enthusiasts to get “Out Here” with MTN DEW and do what they love this summer and fall season.

MTN DEW will be gifting anglers and hunters with a one-time $20 payment toward their licenses to help remove financial barriers and get them outside. MTN DEW will help reimburse licensed fishermen and hunters whose permits fund wildlife conservation, education and restoration within their states.

Beginning at 9 a.m. CT on Wednesday, anglers and hunters can apply for the MTN DEW Outdoor Stimulus by visiting DewOutdoors.com/Stimulus and submitting photos of their fishing and/or hunting permits from the last year (Jan. 1, 2019 – consumer redemption date). Only the first 5,000 outdoor enthusiasts to apply will be eligible for reimbursement.

The MTN DEW Outdoor Stimulus will reimburse one permit per household up to $20 via Venmo or check payment. Full rules and regulations can be found at DewOutdoors.com/Stimulus. All applications are subject to permit verification as outlined in the rules.

Latest News

  • When The Creeks Called, Carter Answered

    When The Creeks Called, Carter Answered

    By Todd Ceisner Special to BassFan One of Kip Carter’s guiding principles in fishing tells you all you need to know about he prepared for the recent

  • Grass, Rocks And Docks All Played

    Grass, Rocks And Docks All Played

    By Jonathan Manteuffel Special to BassFan

    The Lake Champlain Bassmaster Elite Series offered up the same menu of successful techniques and similar weights

  • Frogs, Flipping Were The Primary Fare

    Frogs, Flipping Were The Primary Fare

    By John Johnson BassFan Senior Editor

    Following is some pattern and gear information for the 2nd- through 5th-place finishers at the Mississippi River