2015 holds special significance, as this marks Waszczuks 30th year on television. Following his retirement from a winning football career with the Hamilton Tiger Cats, he went on to found outdoor media company Fins Media Group, co-hosting and executive producing numerous sportfishing programs along the way. Inducted into the Oshawa Sports Hall of Fame in May of 1989, Henry pioneered catch and release techniques used by many anglers today.
We are proud to have been identified by Henry as the only brand for the job, said Boston Whaler Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Customer Service Jeff Vaughn. Our boats are designed to make serious fishing runs not only possible, but also bettermore comfortable, more enjoyable, more successful. The 270 Dauntless and 240 Dauntless are both incredibly versatile, capable fishing boats and were eager to see Henrys many adventures with them unfold.
When hes not fishing or filming, Waszczuk enjoys boating with his wife of 48 years, Mary, and their children and grandchildren. Its remarkable how easily the Whaler converts into a family-oriented vessel. Flip a few seats, and bamits ready to take the grandkids out tubing, he said. The storage space is brilliant, the look is beautiful. A lot of engineering thought goes into a Whaler. Thats why its such a highly capable fishing boat. Its why Im thrilled to join forces with this legendary brand.
Throughout the year, Waszczuk will make guest appearances at Whaler events and boat shows around the country. He will be at the Miami International Boat Show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (February 12-14) in Boston Whalers booth, M20-21, at 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Follow Boston Whaler on Facebook or Twitter or visit www.bostonwhaler.com for details on more upcoming appearances and eventsincluding a chance to WIN a day of fishing on TV with Henry.
For more information, please contact Traci Davis at (386) 409-6419 or by email at [email protected].