Our next meeting will be June 27th at the Richland Library at 955 Northgate Drive, Richland. Time will be 6:00PM. Strike King Pro Staffer Les Whitley Jr will be our guest speaker. Les will be talking about summertime frog fishing. You don't want to miss it!
There will be free food,
Our first tournament of the year is in the books! Initial weather reports indicated a very blustery afternoon, resulting in a debate on whether or not the tournament should be cancelled, postponed, or at the very least delayed. Thankfully, the morning greeted us with calm waters and pleasant
If you are interested in participating in the Washington state B.A.S.S. Nation qualifiers and would like to be a part of the CBBC team, there will be a meeting on Friday, February 24th, 6:00pm, at Pizza Hut on Deschutes and Columbia Center Blvd.
Mel Williams will hold a
The 2017 tournament schedule is set
Phil & Barb Moore Memorial - Irrigon,OR - April 1st
John Lawson Memorial - Lake Coeur d'Alene - May 20th & 21st (UPDATED More details to come)
Early Summer - Local Columbia River - June 17th
Summer Family Team Derby - Potholes- July 15th
August Dog Days-
Our first annual Columbia Basin Bass Club Championship is in the books, and thankfully, it was a success. Congratulations to our club champions: Robert Reid (Boater), Jordan Warren (Non Boater), and Jordan Gregory (Junior)…There were a ton of cool prizes given away. I want to thank personally all of the
On June 28th we had a great club meeting. There was a solid turnout, with several new faces, and although the club didn’t bring in a lot of money, we raised solid funds for Blake Williams, a local contender in the TBF Junior World Championship, which will be taking place
Well, tournament number three is in the books! What a day! I think our club made a great decision in starting early. All in all, it didn’t seem to get too hot until the afternoon, and thankfully we had a little breeze to cool things down, and
This June we put another successful club meeting in the books! We raised several hundred dollars for the club account, and were able to welcome two brand new members, Jimmy Taylor and Matthew Snowden! It’s always good to see new faces, and it’s even looking like they will
As expected, this past weekend Moses Lake kicked out some giant bags! We will be lucky to see bags that size any more this year, but I’m thinkin’ the River in October might come close! Thank you to all who came out on Saturday, and survived the heat!
What a tournament! Thank you to all who came out on Saturday, and battled the morning waves! We made some difficult decisions as a club for this tournament, but in the end I’m glad we made the ones we did. Everyone made it in safe, as the day wore on
The March meeting was packed! We may have to find a new venue if the club keeps growing. There were over 40 in attendance, and that's even without several members currently traveling to fish Lake Mead.
The club raised over $1,200 last night in membership and tournament dues.
The 50/50 Raffle raised
Our first official club meeting in 2016 was a big success! It was good to see quite a few people at the meeting, and a lot of interaction and learning occurring. There were at least 30 people in attendance, and the club raised $246 in revenue, $40 of which