Indian River Bass Anglers
Johnny with his two big fish at the July Tournament on Miami-Garcia.
Ray Henderson with October's and 2018 Big Bass of 8.73 pounds caught on Istakpoga. This bass also qualifies for Florida's Trophy Catch too.
Johnny shows his skill on how to catch any type of fish with his popping frog. Classic Day 2 non-Bass Big Fish.
Rob with his big bass of Classic Day 1 of 7.04 pounds.
Jason's partner with their big fish, 7.94 pounds. April 's Tournament on Lake O out of Harney Pond.
Robert Kimbrough's two largest fish with the big fish weighting 6.23 pounds at the May's Tournament on Lake Kissimmee
Robert and Charles with four of their winning bass for October at Istakpoga.
Guy Tibbets with their Trophy Catch Big Bass of 8.48 pounds and big bass. Lake Tohoe - Feb 2018.
Indian River Bass Anglers latest news from the November meeting with Classic results.
The next meeting will be on December 4, 2018 at the Marsh Landing in Fellsmere at 7:30 PM. Guests and new members are always welcome, arrive early for dinner and share your fish stories. Awards for the AOY, Big Bass of the Year plus the Classic Trophies and payout will be handed out along with a 50-50 drawing. The boat order draw for the January tournament will be at the January 8th meeting. Remember your club dues are expected at the December meeting and prior to your first tournament.
Indian River Bass Anglers invites everyone to visit and join our club We created a High School and Junior Bass Fishing Club. 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 created by WFL and TBF. Juniors are ages 11 to 15 before August 31st and high school are ages 16 to their first semester in college. The cost for Juniors and High School students is $25 to the TBF and $20 to the club. Parents or family to fish with the students will be $20 to the club until November when the fees include FLW, TBF, FL Bass Federation and the club.
There were changes in the club rules this year. No change in the selection of the whole 2019 year of the lakes and ramps with dates to allow for getting permits from FWC. The new 2019 schedule is for every third Saturday throughout the year except for the Classic, date not chosen. New items to vote for will befor 1) early check in time for June, July and August; 2) guests will be allowed to fish two tournaments, and 3) two teams fishing on the same boat no longer can share the weight for each team. The two different team members will pay separate team entry fees and keep their fish separate for weigh in.
The Classic tournament winners on Okeechobee where John Kinchen and Steve Bewley with a two day weight of 22.42 pounds. Second place went to Bob and Bob with 17.09 pounds. Third place was won by Ray and Ray with 16.68 pounds. First day big bass went to Johnny and Rob at 7.04 pounds. Second day big bass went to John and Steve at 3.79 pounds.
The next tournament will be the January 8th Tournament on Lake Cypress from the Cypress Public Ramp in Kenansville, Florida. The hours will be from safe-light to 2 PM based on the weather and safety.
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 next tournament with be January 19, 2019 on Lake Cypress/Lake Hatchineha. The launch time will be at safe light with check in at 2 PM followed by weigh in.
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