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10K TOURNAMENT AUG 15th

The IBN 10K Tournament is Aug 15th out of PDC  Washington St Ramp (formerly COTR)

ENTRY FEE $250 per Team

Gauranteed $10,000 To First Place Team

Mandatory Meeting 6 pm Cabela's Parking Lot Friday the 14th

RATHBUN TEAM TRAIL

The team of Dan and Josh Mohn won the June 7th Team Trail event at Lake Rathbun.  They had 21.06 #s on Five fish  (Pictures by Lavonne Baldwin)

CASEY'S BIG BASS

Kory McIntire on the right took home $500 for having the CASEY'S BIG BASS which weighed 6.61 #s

2ND PLACE RATHBUN

2ND PLACE FINISHERS STEVE HUEGERICH AND DARRIN KIRKLAND HAD 20.35#s

Top Three Anglers and Co anglers

TOP THREE CO ANGLERS AND BOATERS from Spring State at Prairie du Chien, WI  May 2nd and 3rd

TOP THREE BOATERS FROM SPRING STATE

3rd Place Trent Beier, 2nd Place Joe Moyer, 1st Place Chris Aswegan

TOP THREE CO ANGLERS FROM SPRING STATE

Top 3 Co Anglers   3rd Place Dennis Sellers, 1st Place Cyle Grow, 2nd Place Josh Mohn

CLUB WINNERS ELITE ANGLERS OF IOWA

Aswegan,Patton, Bush, McKnight, Hamdorf, Bushong

McIntire and McIntire Win First IBN Team Trail Event of 2015

The team of Allyn McIntire and Kory McIntire won the IBN Team Trail Event at PDC April 25th.  The team had 16.91 #s on five fish . The next IBN Team Trail event will be June 7th at Lake Rathbun.

CASEY'S BIG BASS

Dan Parker won the first Casey's Big Bass Award of the IBN Team Trail season with a 5.70# bass.  Dan earned $500 for this fish narrowly edging out McIntire who had a 5.69# fish.

CASEY'S ON BOARD AGAIN AS TEAM TRAIL SPONSOR FOR 2015

Casey's General Store is back on board helping sponsor the Iowa Bass Nation Team Trail!  That means "Big Bass" at each Team Trail event will be worth $500.  Also keep your Casey's receipts for a drawing for 2 $50 fuel cards at each event.

When choosing a convenience store, keep in mind the support Casey's gives to the IBN.

Changes to our State Tournaments

There are some changes to our State Tournaments and how we qualify our State Team for Regionals this year.

  • 10 Non boaters will qualify for the State Team with non-boater competing only against the other Non boaters
  • 10 Boaters will qualify for the State Team with boaters competing only against the other boaters
  • Boaters will be competing at Regionals for cash payout and opportunity to make National Championship and possibly chance at Bassmaster Classic
  • Non Boaters will be competing at Regionals for cash payout and opportunity to make National Championship and possible chance to win a boat at Nationals, but will not have opportunity to make the Bassmaster Classic.

Individual Entrant form

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Team Entrant form

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STATE ENTRIES

Clarifications

You must belong to an Iowa Bass Nation Club to compete in our SPRING and FALL STATE QUALIFIERS

We prefer the Clubs send us all their members entry forms along with their Club Roster sheet to Jesse Reynolds 2124 Skylane Dr, Muscatine,IA 52761

Entry fees if paying for both Spring and Fall together are  $200 for BOATERS and $150 for NON BOATERS

If paying for only one $125 Boater and $100 for Non Boaters

THESE MUST BE RECIEVED BY APRIL 13TH OR THERE WILL BE A $25 LATE FEE

IBN Articles

At least one of the teams fishing the Iowa Bass Nation Team Trail will Qualify for the Championship which will be held Dec 9-12 at famous Lake Guntersville.

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BASS Nation News

  • 2015 Northern Divisional Info

    OLD MILWAUKEE B.A.S.S. NATION NORTHERN DIVISIONAL

    ENTRY FEES: NONE (MUST BE PRE QUALIFIED FOR THIS EVENT) ENTRY DEADLINE: July 27, 2015 Entries must be received in the B.A.S.S Nation office by Monday, July 27, 2015. Please return OFFICIAL…

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HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPS

Alec and Brady win the High School State Championship held at Pool 10 Mississippi River on June 14th.  Pictured with boat captain Mike Blaesi.  The two qualified to go on to the National High School Championship at Kentucky Lake in July & the Northern Divisional at Lake Vermillion in MN in August.

About Iowa Bass Nation

Since the early 70's Iowa B.A.S.S. Nation has provided a Grassroots connection to Bass Anglers Sportsman Society.  With clubs across the state of Iowa we provide many avenues to compete in bass fishing tournaments throughout the state of Iowa.  With an opportunity to advance on to regional and national tournaments run B.A.S.S.  Our members have the opportunity to advance to the highest level of the tournament ranks as the professionals and compete with the pros on the biggest stage in bass fishing, the Bassmasters Classic.

For more than 30 years, the B.A.S.S. Nation has been more than a name. It has been a community united by a sense of camaraderie and a spirit of belonging to something unique that carries from generation to generation. Over the years, members have decided to join the B.A.S.S. Nation for many reasons other than exciting tournament fishing. The vision of true pioneers in our history — Ray Scott, Don ...Butler and many others — established conservation and a focus on building youth programs in addition to fishing competitions as areas critical to the viability of the sport and our lifestyle. B.A.S.S. Nation members, as well as B.A.S.S. employees and sponsors, have given tirelessly to the sport and the vision of these pioneers.
THE ROAD TO THE CLASSIC

Rising through the ranks of the B.A.S.S. Nation to compete in bass fishing's most prestigious tournament takes dedication and perseverance, but the rewards for advancing to the next level are great. The steps from local club to Classic are presented below:


CLUBS AND STATE CHAPTERS:  Anglers qualify through their local clubs for the State Team Qualifier Tournaments. Local clubs along with the State Chapter determine the qualifying format on the state level. The State Chapters of the B.A.S.S. Nation hold State Team Qualifier(s) to qualify a 12-person team plus two juniors and two alternates.  States determine the qualifier format for their state.

DIVISIONALS:  B.A.S.S. invites each B.A.S.S. Nation state chapter to bring a 12-person team plus two juniors and two alternates to one of 6 (six) B.A.S.S. Nation Divisionals. Format of the divisional are determined by B.A.S.S. The purpose of the divisional is to qualify one person from each state for the B.A.S.S.  Nation Championship. The divisional is a "team" tournament. Prizes are awarded to the teams only. The highest finishing person from each team will qualify for the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Championship.

B.A.S.S. NATION CHAMPIONSHIP:  Currently 47 B.A.S.S. State Nations and seven B.A.S.S. International Nations compete within one of the 6 (six) divisions to qualify for the Bassmaster Classic. The anglers compete individually in this tournament to determine a champion, however, the highest finishing angler within each of the 6 (six) divisions will earn a berth into the Bassmaster Classic.

BASSMASTER CLASSIC:  6 (six) anglers qualify through the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship to fish the Bassmaster Classic.

 

Why Join a BASS Club

Join Iowa Bass Nation

We would love to fish with you!!!  If you would like to join Iowa Bass Nation all you need to do is find a club you would like to join and contact one of their representatives.  Many of our Iowa BASS Nation (IBN) affiliated clubs are listed on the Clubs Page. Please feel free to follow their links.

If you are member of a club that would like to affiliate with IBN send an email to IBN President Bob Garmin bobgarman@aol.com and he can help get you club affiliated with IBN and B.A.S.S. This will allow anyone in your club to participate and compete in State tournaments and gain points to advance to Regional, and National tournament.