The Yamaha Power Pay Program is a contingency program for tournament anglers who own, and run with, a Yamaha outboard motor on their boat. Continue reading
2019 BASS National Championship held in Lake Hartwell in South Carolina. Congrats to Doug Savino, who was our boater, and Mark Melega, who was our co-angler representative. Check out pictures by clicking here.
More great news……Our great friends at Toyota will continue their Toyota Bonus Bucks program for the B.A.S.S. Nation in 2020. There is an opportunity for good money to be earned for your anglers and for your as a state with their “Matching Funds” program. Please make sure you read the program details and make sure all your Toyota Owners that are on your state team are registered. It could mean big bucks for them and matching funds for your state.
Check it out – https://www.toyotatrucksbonusbucks.com/
Saturday August 24th marked the third and final state event for the 2019 season. After this event the top 7 Boaters and top 7 Co-Anglers move onto the 2020 Super Regional Team. Please see the post on our message board with all the information.
Twelve exceptional high school anglers from across the US have been selected as members of the exclusive 2019 Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team. Joining the ranks is one of Capital City Jr Bassmasters, Dylan Fogarty, a junior at Cumberland Valley High School, of Mechanicsburg. Continue reading
The Editorial Team from B.A.S.S. Nation reached out to invite members to submit content that may be featured in both Bassmaster and B.A.S.S Times Magazines. Continue reading
The B.A.S.S. Club Handbook has been updated and is now available for download:
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This edition provides useful information, including the duties of club officers, ideas for club events, and much more. This is a great resource for our members.
PA B.A.S.S. Nation was contacted by Mike Iaconelli and was asked to help out with his annual Ike Foundation Bass Event. Craig Matz, Frank Totanti and Chad Dorney were on hand to help with the event, handle the weigh in and represent all of the PA B.A.S.S. Nation. Thanks to you guys for helping out. To see more information about the Ike Foundation go to The Ike Foundation – Getting Kids Involved in Fishing.
Mingo Creek Anglers Help out with South Park Youth Outdoors Day
On May 18, 2017, third graders from South Park School District had a event at Peters Creek in Jefferson Hills with 10 stations set up for the kids to visit. As the students moved through each station, the presenters were given 10 to 15 minutes to speak to each group. Mingo Creek Anglers were on hand to help with this event. They took a bass boat down for the kids to see and were able to give a short talk to the kids about bass fishing and PA B.A.S.S. Nation. In all, about 180 students took part in this event. All the students loved seeing the bass boat and they asked a ton of questions. What a great way to get the next generation excited for fishing!