Steve and Fred (Guest) with their 1st Place finish at Toho on 2/15.
Guy with some of their third place fish Blue Cypress 5-15.
The next meeting will be on December y, 2021 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. Please note the new change to the start of the meeting to 7 PM from 7:30 PM. We are asking one member from each team to attend the meeting due to social distancing. 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 December meeting will be voting on officers, changes in By-laws and the 2022 schedule.
The AOY, Team and Big Bass were won by Mike Bell and James Bond with a total weight totaling 127.51 and big bass of 8.9-2 pounds. Second through fifth place were the following in order: Johnny and Rob, Robert K., Tony and Britt and Louis and Brian. Three teams broke the 100 pound mark for bass in 2021.
See the 2022 tournament results page for the race for the top team of 2021 with the current leader of James Bond and Mike Bell with Johnny Stambough and Robert Kimbrough at second and third in the chase.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org or any Indian River Bass Angler Member.
The first tournament of 2022 is currently scheduled for Lake Toho on January 15th at Whalely's Boat Ramp, St. Cloud.
Please give your support to the following businesses. Let them know you saw their ad on our site. Thank you, IRBA Club
Needing to get five fish but this makes it look easy with two fish on one cast. Lake Griffin Classic
Terry and Robert with their big fish and three more of their first place fish from Kissimmee.
Danny and Jimmy showing off their winning bass on Lake Istokpoga for the October 2019 tournament. Their weight was double their nearest competitor.
Mark Denny - Day 2 catch
Danny and Jimmy with four of their bass with a first place finish in the Blue Cypress Tournament 9-21.
Johnny's big fish for March at 7.125 pounds caught on East Lake Toho.
Tony and Britt Classic Day 1 Leaders on Lake Griffin, 2021.
Indian River Bass Anglers latest news with new proposed 2022 tournament lake schedule.
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Note: Please purchase your own B.A.S.S. Membership and provide the number to the Treasurer at next meeting.
Johnny and son, Zach, with four of their first place fish including big bass of the tournament. Miami-Garcia - July 20, 2019
Zach with his big bass at 7.31 pounds of the tournament on Miami-Garcia - July 20, 2019.
Charles with two of his fish from taking first in the Lake Okeechobee Tournament 8-17.
Bill Brown - Day 2 Catch
Mark & Bill Rob & Johnny Danny & Jimmy
2nd Place 1st Place 3rd Place
Rob and Johnny with their winning bag of bass for Lake O on Jan. 18
Mike's two big bass with the largest going 8.92 pounds for winning the Lunker fund.
Johnny shows his skill on how to catch any type of fish with his popping frog. 2018 Classic Day 2 non-Bass Big Fish.
Robert with two of their winning fish at Lake Washington. 6-15-19
Johnny with two of his second place fish from Lake Kissimmee for April.
Steve with his team's big fish of 6.80 at Lake Washingto 6-15-19.
Steve with two of their first place fish from Blue Cypress 5-15-19.
Mark and Bill with four of their winning bass from Lake Toho on 2/15 for 2nd Place.
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