The Only Club Taking 10 Kids to attend The 2015 Bassmaster Classic Thanks to Van Soles

(Top 5 In Each Age Division Qualify) 

Come join the Largest B.A.S.S. Youth Fishing Club in the South East. Want to have fun! Want to challenge some of the best youth anglers in the state! Want to learn new lakes and fishing techniques! No matter your reason we welcome you to join and get in on the action. The purpose of our Junior BASS Club is to promote and encourage youth fishing through education of fishing ethics, sportsmanship, fishing techniques, and conservation of our natural resources. Membership is open to anyone between 10 and 18 years old. And if your parent has a boat, donating it’s use or being a boat captain on a monthly basis is greatly needed and appreciated. Don't have a kid and want to be a captain, great. Captains are the backbone of this organization and always needed.

JOIN US Call the club President  Martin Bozeman at 863-640-8349 or visit our Tournament Trail page for more infomation on joining our club.

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Next Meeting July 9th, 2014

Regal Chevy Dealership 98 South 6pm

Tournament is changed to Lake Shipp

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Junior Bassmasters Bring Home Some Hardware!!

Posted by director on June 24, 2014

I have to say I am the Proudest Jr. Club President in the State. The Lakeland Junior Bassmaster members showed their stuff on Lake Kissimme durring the B.A.S.S. Team State Championship this past weekend. We took 4 of the top 5 team positions in the Junior Division and 3 of the top 5 team positions in the High School Division. Roger Weigel and Brice Goff took 1st Place in the Junior Division and are now both the Florida State Team Champions. Chase Dimotta and Jonathan Jones trailed by ounces to take the number 2 slot in the Junior Division. Brice Goff brought in a 9.22 pound fin freak to clinch big bass honors. In the High School Division Junior Bassmaster members Hunter Adrian and Chandler Cornelius took the 2nd place position followed by Matt Bedenbaugh and Kyle Stafford rounding out the top 3. All four angler were representing George Jenkins High School, one of the many new High Schools getting in on the action. All I can say is great job to all Lakeland Junior Bassmasters and thanks for such awesome representation from all anglers, boat captains and parents. See everyone on July 12th, Lake Shipp!!  Y E S  Lake Shipp!

Reid and Goff Win on Hatch

Posted by director on June 13, 2014

June92014_308_340x480.jpgBrice Goff Takes top honors in the 11-14 Age Division on Hatch! Goff remiansJune92014_280_354x480.jpg in the lead for the angler of the year race as well. This is Goff's 2nd Jr. Bassmasters win this season keeping his competitors at bay. Goff is not only a great angler but carries himself well with the other anglers and is a good representation of the sport. Reid the new guy, shows up with a bang! His first tournament and pulls out a win in the older age division letting every one know he is here to compete. Congrats to both winners and thanks to all the anglers, boat captains,parents and tournament staff that help make this program what it is today! See you on Shipp July 12th, good luck to all!

May122014_288_480x429.jpgConner Price claims his first Jr. Bassmasters win of the seasonMay122014_262_480x374.jpg on the Kissimmee Chain and slides into that top 5 spot! Price made a big move this past weekend and puts himself in a good position for a comeback on the Angler of The Year title and that trip to the 2015 Bassmasters Classic. He has some work to do, and with four other guys determined to do the same, that won't make it easy. Jones and Goff remain within a pound of each other battling for the same. Speaking of easy, Chris Cooper wins his third event this season making it look easy. Talk about on FIRE! Chris Cooper is on Fire. Jackson Williams has got to be feeling the heat as Cooper is now less than a pound away from taking over the Top Dog position. Williams is always right there and in the game, so this should get pretty interesting. Can Williams hang on to that #1 position? Is this just the start of a Conner Price comeback? Lake Hatchineha, June 7th, will tell the story.  See you there!

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