Note: Please purchase your own B.A.S.S. Membership and provide the number to the Treasurer at next meeting.
Mike and James holding their team's first place trophies for being the top team.
Tony and Britt Classic Day 1 Leaders on Lake Griffin, 2021. Third place finish at the 2021 Classic.
Indian River Bass Anglers latest news with new adjusted 2022 tournament lake schedule.
The next meeting will be on January 4, 2022 at the Marsh Landing in Fellsmere at 7:00 PM. Guests and new members are always welcome, arrive early for dinner and share your fish stories. There will be a 50-50 drawing at the end of the meeting. We are asking one member from each team at least to attend the meeting. New members are welcome.
Indian River Bass Anglers invites everyone to visit and join our club. We are looking at creating a High School and Junior Bass Fishing teams. If you are interested please join us at our club meetings. We need sponsorship from the High School to form the club/team. This will allow parents to fish with their children and teach them about bass fishing and bass tournaments. These clubs will allow of our younger club members to compete in various Junior and High School Bass Tournaments held in Florida and larger events.
The January meeting will be to collect dues, 50-50 and draw for boat order for Lake Toho out of Whaley's Landing.
Remember to register on Trophy Catch with FWC. This helps when you catch that big bass over 8 or more pounds for cash/prizes and a entry in to win a new boat.
We like to express our thanks to all of our sponsors and please let them know we appreciate their support. If you care to become a sponsor please contact Charles Hatherill - email: email@example.com or any Indian River Bass Angler Member.
Register your Big Fish at TrophyCatch Florida: Click here.
The first tournament of 2022 is currently scheduled for Lake Toho on January 15th at Whalely's Boat Ramp, St. Cloud.
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John holding his team's 2021 Classic Trophies.
Mike's two big bass with the largest going 8.92 pounds for winning the Lunker fund. The 8.92 was the club's big bass of the year.
John presenting the Big Bass of the Year for 2021 to Mike Bell.
Rob and Johnny with their winning bag of bass for Lake O on Jan. 18, 2021
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