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Families benefit from club event

Jun 25, 2010

When Douglas Sauls and others in the 13-member Seminole Bass Anglers Club began planning A Day on the Lake for Autism Awareness in fall 2009, their primary concern was that they plan and execute in a professional manner.

Fed Nation Feeds the Hungry

Jun 25, 2010

John Foster, tournament director of the New Hampshire BASS Federation Nation, said members of the state chapter wanted to do something that would make a measurable difference to people in such a tough economy. The state president, Tim Reardon, suggested members collect food for the hungry.

Hall of fame

Jun 25, 2010

A prestigious hall of fame in the Atlantic Bassmasters club rewards members for tournament prowess, membership seniority and club participation.

Marines helping Marines

Jun 25, 2010

Some former Marines helped their wounded comrades enjoy a day on the water during the Second Annual Marines Helping Marines Fishing Tournament, June 26, at Lake Hopatcong.

President gets state appointment

Jun 25, 2010

Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has appointed Roger Trageser, president of the Maryland B.A.S.S. Federation Nation, to the Maryland Sport Fisheries Advisory Commission.

Simcoe tournament breaks record

Jun 25, 2010

A tournament initiated by the Aurora Bassmasters established a new mark in the history of Canadian bass tournament fishing.

Southern Nations begin annual shootout

Jun 25, 2010

Presidents of the chapters in the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Southern Division hosted the first Southern Challenge BFN Team Shootout Tournament, Sept. 29 to Oct. 21, 2010, at Wheeler Lake in Decatur, Ala.

Spreading Christmas cheer

Jun 25, 2010

December always brings an early Christmas gift to the members of the Connecticut B.A.S.S. Federation Nation (CBFN), and to scores of children.

Workshop fishing day for Branson

Jun 25, 2010

Branson Bassmasters gave 17 Tantone Industries employees a chance to catch fish at Lake Taneycomo, June 12.

Wounded Warriors go fishing

Jun 25, 2010

Joe Kowalski, a retired Marine Corps veteran and member of the 2005 state team for Connecticut, helped organize the fishing event for the Connecticut Wounded Warrior Disabled Sports Project, Aug. 14-15, at Batterson Pond.

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