“The Largest B.A.S.S. Affiliated Club in the World”
We have 2 tournament formats for you to fish.
and the new
Our club offers unique opportunities for the experienced angler and those new to tournament bass fishing. Members have the opportunity to fish with and against some of the most experienced anglers in Central Florida. For those new to the sport, you will rapidly gain knowledge on all facets of bass fishing by fishing with the best. For more information on becoming a member Click Here. To view our tournament schedule, select Tournament Schedule on the home page.
New Black Bass Rules Effective July 1, 2016
We will be having a educational program, at our next meeting Aug. 23 at 7:00, covering sponsorships and the best ways to get and keep them. Arne Lanie and Lee Sisson will be covering topics including approaching sponsors, what the sponsors will be looking for and what you can expect from your sponsors. We invite all to come.
Arnie Lane had a big day on Okeechobee Sunday with a bag weighing 22.67 lbs. anchored with a 6.40 pounder. Most of his fish were caught in the Harney Pond area flipping heavy cover. What did Arnie have to say about the day “Boy that as fun”.
Jim Hooven had a bag weighing 16.67 for second place. Jim caught many of his fish throwing a Trixie Shark over open water hydrilla. Jim said: “I was on my way to Coots Bay but missed the marker. We had a couaple of small fish in another area the day before so we decided to stop there. Second cast was a 6.29 so we decided to stay for a while.”
Chad Wagner had 12.60 for third. Chad said he was struggling. He said he had one cast left so he picked up a crankbait and nearly doubled his weight with a bass weighing 5.88.
Ray Chancey was 4th with 12.20. His big fish was 5.09.
Ray Woffard beat Arnie’s 6.40 with a 6.50 for Big Bass.