Category: Youth News

Mar 28

MD Heard Our Concerns

Here’s what MD heard from us, about the new slot regulation imposed on tournaments. It was brought up at the last Roundtable in February, but they received no definitive ideas or direction. They admit they pushed it through, due to time constraints, wanting to start something this year. So this PDF contains many of the statements echoed across the …

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Mar 15

Marylaind Tidal Bass Action – March 15, 2016

Read the memo very carefully to see how it may impact your season.

Feb 07

Casting Contest Saturday February 20

Come join us at the 3rd Annual reel Kid’s Casting Contest on Saturday, February 20th, from 9-12 Noon at the Nazareth Intermediate School, 355 Tatamy Rd., Nazareth, PA 18064.  The contest is hosted by the Blue Mountain Bassmasters, LV Junior Bassmasters, and the NAIS Interact Club. Students from the ages of 7-15 are invited to …

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Sep 07

Reel Kids contests for 2016

If you are planning a Reel Kids contest for 2016 we need the following information BEFORE SEPTEMBER 25TH: Club Event Location Approximate date(s) How many kits needed for event Each kit contains: 2 spincast combos with casting jigs 2 targets 25 waiver/scoring sheets 1 event summary (MOST IMPORTANT!) Send information for all events to Greg …

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Apr 15


Again this year a very special event will be held on Raystown Lake.  PLEASE bring your boat for 1, 2 or all 3 days and take a kid and their families fishing.  These children are facing life threatening illnesses.  These few days bring a lot of joy to the children and their families.  Come on …

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Sep 12

2014 State Junior Championship Results

On September 6th and 7th youth anglers from around the state converged on Lake Erie’s Presque Isle Bay to compete in the 2014 Pa BASS Federation Jr State Championship.  The winners receiving the opportunity to represent the Federation at next year’s TBF Jr World Championship. Saturday’s weather was cloudy and rainy but the kids were still able to …

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