By Dennis L. Beltz
Welcome to our new website, the accolades go to William Hamblin, III ( Big Water Bass Club ), Youth Director Ron Guilfioil Jr. and Treasurer Doug Hedberg. If you see them let them know your thoughts.
We are working on Basslines and with board approval we should have a deal ironed out that can make the newsletter self supporting. We should ave things done at the December board meeting and go to press with a spring issue due before the April meeting.
With the new website we need every club to provide us with an email contact this will enable us to provide clubs with current information.
ESPN Productions/ BASS has opened the line of communication with the federations and lot of good things is happening. November 22-23, 2023 here was a meeting in Atlanta, GA all federation presidents were invited, to discuss a five (5) year business plan for the federation. I lected not to go because there are 5 divisional reps that should be at these meetings not 46 presidents the total meeting time was about 8 ours over 2 days. Chuck Rolfsmeyer from Wisconsin is our rep and is well versed in the needs of the federation. We talked on the phone and ia email and he knew the needs of MI.
I will be going to Tulsa, OK for the national business meetings and youth directors business meetings.
Ed Rodgers (Backwoods Bassbusters) is the MI contender this year, Ed finished 4th over all at the Northern Divisional on Georgian Bay Midland, Ont. He will be fishing on Keystone Lake for a shot at going to the Classic. So if you see Ed wish him well better yet if you know anything about Keystone let him know, you can send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward it to him.
Be safe, be happy,
by Doug Hedberg
Once again we have made it through another tournament season. Muskegon Lake came alive, at least with wind and rain for the State Championship that kept the big lake closed both days. The weather forecast for Friday night had the waves subsiding from 7-9’s down to 5-7 footers. Both mornings, small craft warnings were in effect by the Coast Guard which helped to direct the decision to close access to Lake Michigan. Phil Jones earned himself the title of State Champion with a two-day catch of nine fish that weighed in at 20.38 pounds. Congratulations to everyone that made the team, it was hard earned by all. Going into the second day the cut was 5.28 pounds, which effectively kept everyone in the hunt for one of the thirteen spots to make the trip to Ontairo’s Georgian Bay in September 2023.
By the banquet clubs had to have designated their five person teams that would be fishing for club weight. The top three clubs for the event were: Western Michigan Bassmasters with a team weight of 28.24 pounds, Macatawa Bay Bass Club with 27.24 pounds and Red Cedar Bassmasters with 25.54 pounds. For those that were able to stick around may remember second and third being flipped when announced. This was due to a weight not being counted which should have been counted for Macatawa Bay Bass Club. Congratulations to these clubs for there effort and catch over the two days. An improvement in reporting of the club weights will be made for next year. Clubs will be provided a form to will fill out prior to submitting your team weight. What this will do is to standardize what we get from everyone and I feel that will make things better, or at least easier for the people having to do the review.
Randy VanDam (D&R Sports) and Pat Kleppert (Ranger Boats) were each able to bring a Ranger boat to the banquet which made for an impressive entrance into the facility. Pat brought a Ranger 185 which is being raffled off by Ranger at their June 2023 dealers meeting (need not be present to win) to establish a college fund in Mike James name. Anyone interested in tickets should contact Pat. Dave Vorderburg (Dave-White Chevrolet) was also on hand for the entire event and helped out as he had done all season for the Classic Series. Without the support of them and the rest of the MBCF sponsors we would not be where we are today.
Pat and John spoke at the banquet while the club changes were being made from each of the teams by Burnadette. Speaking of changes in rosters, everyone needs to be reminded that again this year that was a hold up in getting the parings announced. Individual clubs come in with just a couple of changes and think that it is no problem. What they are forgetting is multiply that by the 30-40 clubs that each have a couple of changes and it is now around half the field!
How can we make that part of the diner bateau mouche better? There have been some suggests to establish a cut off date for changes. Teams that have made their changes prior to that date would be rewarded by being put into the earlier flights, and those teams that had a change (even if only one change) after the cut-off would be put into a draw after the people without changes. Another idea was to charge each club an additional set fee for the event. Then, after the tournament is over to reward those clubs that had no changes by splitting that pot among only them. The idea of a cut for the second day was also brought up again. It was suggested to take the top 120 people (60 boats) for day two. The feeling was that consistency in a multiple day event is just as important as well a single good day. I am sure that there are other ideas or some combination of ideas that you may have that have not been brought up yet.
I think that everyone will agree that the banquet this year was a significant improvement to what we have had in the past. Everyone needs to thank Dave Elmblad who lives in that area for his help in doing the scouting to find the location and some lodging sites. When someone comes forward to say that “I know of a good spot to hold the banquet” that is a big help compared to going in blind trying to find everything out on your own. Each year the State Championship seems to be better than the last, and I hope that with more suggests from you next years will even be that much better.
NEW BOATING ACCESS SITE ON LAKE ST. CLAIR
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 03 OCT 01
CONTACT: George Cameron, 248-666-3286
DNR OPENS NEW BOATING ACCESS SITE ON LAKE ST. CLAIR
LANSING–Michigan Department of Natural Resources officials today announced the opening of a new boating access site at L’Anse Creuse Bay on Lake St. Clair near Mount Clemens. The new Clinton River Cutoff Boating Access Site will have
three skid piers capable of launching boats up to 35 feet in length into the freshly dredged channel. A modern restroom facility also will be available next spring for the convenience of launch ramp users.
“Southeast Michigan was in need of better access to the substantial boating and fishing waters provided by Lake St. Clair, and this launch fulfills part of that need for boaters,” said Rodney Stokes, DNR Parks and Recreation Bureau Chief.
Lake St. Clair offers anglers an abundance of fishing opportunities, including walleye, northern pike, muskie, smallmouth and largemouth bass, yellow perch, and other species. To get to the launch site, take I-94 to exit 236 (MetroBeach Highway) and go to Crocker Blvd. Turn right and go to Jefferson. Turn right (south) and go about two miles to the access site on the left. Admittance to the launch will cost $4 for a daily pass, or $24 for an annual pass.
Remind your clubs that in order to have your club considered eligible for the State Championship, you must have attended two of the four regular President’s meetings. Meetings will begin at 0900 for the Federation officers (club President’s and/or members are always welcome to attend), with the President’s meeting to begin at 1300 (1:00pm), adjournment by 1500 (3:00pm).
2022/2023 Meeting Dates:
Minutes from October 27, 2022
Minutes from December 1, 2022
Minutes from February 2, 2023
Minutes from April 6, 2023 (Coordination with Easter needed)
2021/2022 Meeting Dates:
Minutes from October 28, 2021
Minutes from December 2, 2021
Minutes from February 3, 2022
Minutes from April 7, 2022
Clubs in Attendance
2020/2021 Meeting Dates:
Minutes from October 29, 2020
Minutes from December 3, 2020
Minutes from February 4 2021
Minutes from April 1, 2021
Meetings are held at the Michigan State Police Training Facility located in Lansing off of I-96 at exit 98A. You will have found the spot when you see a bunch of pickups in the parking lot, or more specific directions can be obtained from any board member, we hope to see you there. Your club rosters are due by the December President’s meeting. Paying on or before this date, dues are $15.00 per individual joining the MBCF. Current (1999) members of your club paying after the December meeting will be charged an additional $5.00. The number of members that your club may send to the State Championship is based on your total clubs Michigan Federation membership as of April 5, 2020 Refer to your handbook for the exact numbers you can send. Although the size of your team is determined as of April 15, your club must be registered (minimum of six (6) people) with the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. by the December President’s meeting.
The Classic Series is one of the oldest open bass tournament series in the State of Michigan. The six tournaments are held on three weekends, one wekend in each of June, July, and August ending with a classic in early October. Again for 2023 all six events will be TEAM!! Additionally, a point system will be used with first place earning 100 points, second 99 points, etc. Every team that participates will also earn 10 bonus points. NEW for 2023, the team limit will be five (5) fish.
June 7 & 8, 2023 Elk/Torch, out of Torch River Marina.
July 19 & 20, 2023 Saginaw Bay, out of AuGres State Launch.
August 16 & 17, 2023 Lower Detroit River, out of Elizabeth Park.
October 3-5, 2022 - Classic, Site TBA at Last Event.
Stay tuned, the State Championship will be held September 5-7, 2023 on Lake St. Clair.
For further information on the classic Series Contact Paul Grandsko, or (419) 531-8010.
Get your application here.
Welcome to the Michigan B.A.S.S. Federations State Championship for 2023. Your club president was mailed this information, along with your club roster that is to be filled out and returned.
The tournament dates are September 5-7, 2023. As in years past, Friday and Saturday will be the primary days with Sunday only being used in the event one of the other days has to be postponed. The launch site will be the DNR’s Harley Ensign site located at the end of South River Road. Thursday, September 4, 2023 will be the banquet at Gino’s Surf.
On Thursday, September 4, 2023 you must be off the water by 3:00 pm.
The deadline to have your applications postmarked is JULY 15, 2023. You will need to include proof of insurance for all boaters and alternate boaters with your application.
Items sent to you club president:
Club roster. This also indicated who and how many people your club may send.
Check list, to help make sure you have everything ready to send in.
Off-Limits map. This year it will be the basin by the ramps.
If you have questions you can contact me (Doug Hedberg) at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the tournament.
by Ron Spitler
Belated Thanks, Ralph !
Ralph Blasey, Environmental Director for the Avid Bass Anglers of Michigan, responded admirably last summer to our alert regarding the public meeting on the Pickeral Lake Access Site closure threat. He and his 16 year-old son attended the meeting on August 14 and were joined by only one other supporter for improvement of the site. The other 40 or so speakers were opposed to improvements, preferring instead to shut the access to boaters and allow swimmers, etc. to continue dominating the site.
Ralph then sent an e-mail to all federation members reviewing the situation and asking for help through a letter writing/e-mail/telephone campaign to the DNR. He delivered seven letters to the DNR from us, including one from Bruce Shupp, International Conservation Director. It was enough to avoid such a dangerous precedent. Some improvements are scheduled for the site and it will remain open.
Fisherman’s Landing at Muskegon Lake May Move, In 2023
Rumors were flying recently about Fisherman’s Landing; was it being sold for development as a commercial shipping port? Was the best tournament site in that part of the state just going to disappear? Was the city selling us out? I contacted the person who could give me the answers, Ric Scott, Director of Leisure Services in Muskegon. Ric’s job is to oversee recreational development in the city, and he explained the situation. The end of the lake where the ramp is has been designated a “port zone” for some time. Two different parties have talked with the city about acquiring the site to develop it into a port, and consequently, the city looked into options for “converting” (moving) the ramp to a different location. On January 28 the City Commission will make a decision on whether to move the ramp or not. If they choose to move it, the plans and funds are in place to expand Hartshorn Marina (located mid-lake on the south side) to accommodate as much parking, including expansion to 15 launching slips. Mr. Scott assures me they do not wish to discourage us or any other boaters, but in fact would provide an improved site. He added that the site would probably have more congestion, due to the existing marina, but in the end would probably be better, overall. If the commission approves changing the location, the existing ramp would not be closed until the new one is ready, probably in the spring of 2023. Nothing will change at the ramp in 2022. I’ll keep you posted as this issue develops.
Partnership Agreement with DNR Nears Reality
On December 17 Dennis Beltz and I met with DNR representatives in the Mason Building in Lansing to finalize the language in the draft partnership agreement. John Schrouder, Bill Boik and Gary Towns reviewed the document with us and very few changes were made, mostly for language clarification. The document is now being sent to the appropriate division chiefs for their approval and signatures. John and Bill will join us at the February meeting to let us know what is happening in Fisheries and Recreation Divisions, and hopefully we’ll have the signed document at that time. This landmark partnership will mean greater cooperation and coordination between DNR and the BASS Federation, something that can only help us in our bass interests in the future.
Many Federation members have asked, "How do I start a new club? The following are the steps to take when forming a new club.
Call B.A.S.S. at 334 272-9530 and ask for the Federation Department, then ask for all information required to register and form a new club.
After the information packet arrives read the information, follow the instructions. It will cost $15.00 a person to register your new club with B.A.S.S. and they will send confirmation that your club is registered.
Now your club wants to join the Michigan Bass Federation, Inc.
Put a roster together include the NAME, ADDRESS, TELEPHONE NUMBER and B.A.S.S. number for each member.
Indicate the President and Secretary.
M.B.F.I. dues are $15.00 per member.
With you B.A.S.S. confirmation, a roster, and dues you can send it to the board member that handles membership or you bring all of the same information to a presidents meeting.
Some points of information: There are 4 presidents meetings a year Oct. Dec. Feb. and April. Rosters and dues are due at the Dec. meeting. To be eligible for the State Championship a club must be represented at 2 of the 4 presidents meetings.
Membership and By-Laws
Of the State B.A.S.S. Federations, Michigan is the only one that has a scholarship program established for our members and their families. Established January 11, 1981 and named the Lew Borer Jr. Scholarship after the long time Michigan Federation Member. Through the years clubs within the State of Michigan have continued to contribute money to this fund, and the Michigan Federation made a bylaw change to donate a significant percentage of the money received from the yearly boat raffle. Started with $1,100.00 in 1981 when the Michigan Team to the Northern Divisional Tournament donated their winnings to establish the fund. Scholastic awards shall be granted from interest earned over the previous 12 months.
The application deadline is July 31 each year. By December 31 of that year, applicants will be notified as to the committee’s decision.
Complete Scholarship By-laws with-in MBCF By-Laws.
The following information has been developed to help the individual and the Club to become aware of the activities of the Federation. Please use this "handbook? As a source of information. There will be an updated Board of Directors Roster annually.
The Federation will financially assist clubs with their youth projects. To qualify for assistance, each club must send a letter to the Youth Director with a written description of the project and the amount of the requested money, by or before the April President’s meeting. The Board will review each request for it’s merits in educating and teaching the youth and that it adheres to the Federation goals and objectives for the preservation of bass fishing.
The monies will be awarded at the April President’s meeting.
For additional information contact the Federation President.
HOW TO CHANGE ADDRESS, ADD OR DELETE MEMBERS
The Federation maintains a master file of each member and each club. It is the responsibility of each club, to provide accurate up-to-date information regarding its members. It is extremely important that all address changes be communicated to the Federation. The information that is needed is:
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
The Federation purchases a liability insurance policy for the Federation sponsored tournaments. These tournaments include: the six Classic qualifying tournaments, the Classic, and the Championship. This insurance attempts to protect the Federation from damages caused during one of these tournaments. It does cover the damages caused by a contestant to non-tournament property. It does not cover the damages caused by one contestant to another during the event.
As described in the Tournament Rule No. 23, it is the responsibility of each boat owner to supply proof of liability insurance to the tournament officials.
If a contestant fishes the Divisional Tournament or the National Championship Tournament, B.A.S.S. will require a specific amount of liability insurance for each boater. The Federation liability insurance does not meet the B.A.S.S. requirements for individual liability insurance. Therefore additional coverage may be necessary. Each contestant must read the B.A.S.S. Tournament Rules very carefully.
CONSERVATION AND LEGISLATIVE CONCERNS
The Federation is dedicated to the preservation of our fishing resources. We recognize that to protect the waters and streams, it becomes the responsibility of everyone. To assist the State and local agencies in their attempt to pass laws., prosecute violators, and put public pressure in those areas that may jeopardize these resources, the Federation has a committee in place. This committee is in regular contact with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan United Club (MUCC), and many State Legislators. We will offer our assistance and input in those issues relating to the protection of our waterways. We will bring to public attention those violators, and we will use our membership to bring pressure to help pass laws to protect our interest.
Any member with a concern or a possible violator, should contact the Chairman of this committee:
The Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc., will be governed by a Board of Directors composed of twelve (12) members. The primary goal of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc., shall be to preserve the sport of bass fishing.
Furthermore, no person shall be denied membership on the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc., because of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, handicap, age, or sex.
The Board of Directors shall annually hold at least four (4) general Federation meetings each year to conduct the business of the Federation. Additional meetings may be called at the discretion of the President or by a majority vote of the Chapter Presidents at any regular meeting.
The Board of Directors shall annually elect by secret ballot a Federation President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. The President shall then appoint from the Federation membership, a Chairman of the Youth Activities Committee, a Chairman of the Environmental Committee, a Chairman of the Tournament Committee and any special committees as needed. The elections of officers shall be held no later than January 15, of each year.
A. Eligibility for Directors
Be a member in good standing of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society of America, Inc., and a member in good standing of an active, affiliated Chapter of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc., for at least one (1) year prior to nomination.
No Chapter shall have more than two (2) members serving on the Board of Directors at any one time.
All Board of Directors are required to participate in 75% of Federation regular scheduled meetings. “Emergency” situations are excluded.
B. Term of Office
Directors Shall be elected for a three (3) year term of office.
Annual elections will be held to fill vacated positions.
Four (4) Directors will be elected to office each year.
The incumbent Board shall receive written nominations for the Director’s election from any active Chapter until July 1st of each year. The Board will present the list of nominees to the Secretary of each Chapter not later than August 1st of each year. Each Chapter should conduct an election at its next regular meeting. Only members of B.A.S.S. may vote in these elections. Each Chapter eligible to vote may submit one (1) vote per vacancy (example: if five (5) vacancies exist the Chapter may submit up to five (5) votes, with no more than one (1) vote per candidate.) The election shall be held, by secret ballot, at the regular general Federation meeting in October of each year. Only Chapter Presidents or delegates present may vote.
All votes shall be opened, read aloud, tallied and reported to the Chapter Presidents and delegates immediately. The Board shall determine, in advance, a commonly accepted method of breaking ties and shall have the sole responsibility for doing so.
All newly elected Directors shall assume office at the conclusion of the general meeting.
II. OFFICERS AND DUTIES
Preside over all meetings of the Board and general meetings of the Federation, direct all official business, supervise all Federation activities, appoint and be ex-officio member of all standing and special committees, be official representative of the Federation in relationship to other organizations, delegate such duties as may be appropriate to better serve the Federation, and maintain liaison with National B.A.S.S.
Assists the President upon request, presides in the absence of the President, assume the office of the President if it should be vacated.
Record accurate minutes of all meetings and be responsible for distribution of the minutes to all Chapters, call meeting of the Federation and/or Board of Directors as directed by the President.
Receive and disburse all monies upon approval of the Board. Maintain accurate financial records and present a current balance at each regular meeting. The Treasurer shall prepare and submit an annual budget to the membership at the end of each calendar year.
III. VACANCIES OR REMOVALS FROM OFFICE
A. Removal from Office
Any Director may be removed from office, for just cause, by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Board.
B. Vacancy of Office
Vacancies shall be filled by a majority vote of the Chapters present at the next regular or specially called meeting of the Federation. The Vice-President or some other Director shall assume the duties of the vacant office until a successor is elected.
A. Each member in the Federation shall pay annual dues per member to the Federation Membership Director, made payable to the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. The amount of the dues will be determined by the membership present at each October President’s meeting. If dues are not paid by the December Presidents meeting there will be a five (5) dollar late charge per each late existing member.
B. Chapters not paying dues will lose all voting rights in Federation business, eligibility for the State Championship that year, and eligibility for all other Federation activities.
V. CONDUCTING GENERAL FEDERATION MEETINGS
A. Robert’s Rules Of Order will be followed.
B. Any affiliated Chapter having voting rights may place motions before the membership.
C. All eligible Chapter Presidents or their designees, and all Directors, with the exception of the Federation President, shall vote on all matters before the membership. The Federation President will vote only in case of a tie.
VI. CONDUCTING BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS
A. The Board shall retain powers necessary for the efficient conductance of the Federations business when no General Meeting is in progress.
B. All Directors present will be entitled to vote on all matters requiring vote before the Board, the President votes only to break a tie. A quorum must be present to vote on all matters requiring a vote. A quorum shall consist of a majority of the Board membership.
VII. PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT OF BY-LAWS
A. Amendments may be proposed by any Board member or Chapter having voting rights at any regular or specially called meeting.
B. All Directors and active Chapters will be notified of proposed amendment changes at least thirty (30) days prior to a vote of final approval.
C. The notice of the proposed amendment shall cite the date, time, and location of the meeting where the final vote will be held.
D. A two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of those eligible voters present is required for passage of an amendment.
E. Any proposed change of the by-laws, whether enacted or not, may not be brought up for another proposal for a period of 12 months.
STANDING MOTION: All by-law changes must be submitted in writing to the Federation Secretary.
VIII. SELECTION OF FEDERATION ACTIVITIES
The Board of Directors is empowered to select annually, the Federation tournament sites and dates, and shall present this schedule to the membership at the last General Meeting of the year.
Membership in the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. Shall be open to members of Bass Anglers Sportsman Society and meet one (1)of the following requirements:
A. Join an existing affiliated Chapter located in the State of Michigan
B. Form a new Chapter located in the State of Michigan with a majority of members being residents of the State of Michigan, which in turn, meets the requirements of Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, and the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation Inc.
C. Apply for membership emeritus, which does not require a Chapter affiliation. Membership emeritus shall be rewarded by the Board of Directors for past noteworthy contributions of time and effort that resulted in significant progress and achievement by the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation Inc. Membership emeritus carries all the rights and privileges of regular membership, except the right to vote. It shall be awarded for life, and does not require any dues payment. Application shall be made on behalf of a deserving person by any affiliated Chapter.
X. WILL CODICIL
In the event that the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation Inc. ceases to exist as an organization ALL monies in the general fund will be appropriated to the LEW BORER JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND. (See SCHOLARSHIP BY-LAWS)
The State Federation Classic Series Tournaments will have a “classic” tournament of the top 24 qualifiers in point standings and the previous year’s winner. No alternatives. The Classic will be announced in the spring of the year.
A Chapter may schedule club tournaments or activities but MAY NOT schedule an OPEN tournament on the same date as a regular Federation Tournament, State Championship, or the B.A.S.S. Regional Tournament, unless such activity is held in conjunction with the Federation activity. All such dates will be made public at the February Presidents meeting.
A Chapter forfeits its rights to participate in the next State Championship if its President or designee does not attend at least fifty percent (50%) of the regular Federation meetings scheduled on or after October 1st of the year preceding the State Championship and up to the State Championship. New Chapters must attend fifty (50%) of the regular Federation meetings scheduled after the first attempt to present the Chapter its charter at a regularly scheduled Federation meeting.
The State Championship “off limits” will be established by the Board of Directors prior to each State Championship tournament to permit adjustments as needed.
A Chapter must appear on the Federation roster the current year to be eligible for the State Championship.
Directors will be reimbursed for the following expenses:
Phone, Mileage ($0.25 per mile), Lodging, Postage, and Itemized Miscellaneous Expenses that are approved by the Board.
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP ELIGIBILITY
Each year the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. Holds a State Championship to select a twelve (12) man team to represent Michigan in the B.A.S.S. Chapter Divisional Championship Tournament. All affiliated Chapters may send members to the State Championship provided ALL of the following requirements have been met:
A. Each contestant must be a member of B.A.S.S. and the Federation.
B. Each Chapter may send members to the State Championship based on the following formula:
Chapters with 6-7 members may send 4 members to the Championship.
Chapters with 8-9 members may send 5 members to the Championship.
Chapters with 10-12 members may send 6 members to the Championship.
Chapters with 13-16 members may send 8 members to the Championship.
Chapters with more than 16 members may send an additional member for every 3 additional members they have. (Example: 19 members send 9, 22 members send 10, etc.)
C. Each Chapter must submit a roster of officers and members of the current year, to the Federation Membership Director by the December President’s meeting, to be eligible for the next State Championship. This doesn’t apply to new clubs.
D. The members name appears on the roster.
E. The Chapter is in good standing with B.A.S.S. and the Federation.
F. Revenues from the State Championship, less expenses, will be used to fund Federation programs. The first priority will be to fund the Michigan team to the Regional Tournament, with the minimum acceptable amount being sufficient to pay reasonable and customary expenses of each team member.
G. At year’s end the balance in the State Championship fund will be $00.00.
H. Entries must be received on an official entry form or the Chapter is not eligible.
I. Eight (8) members of the Chapter to compete for club award have to be designated on entry form. Each club will be responsible to send four (4) non-boaters and four (4) boaters.
J. State Championship team size to be determined by number of members on the club roster on record by the April President’s Meeting of the year of the State Championship.
K. Each club will be responsible to designate an alternate boater for resolving the pairing problems. Each club will have to designate 50/50 boater/non-boater.
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RULES
Interpretation of these rules shall be left exclusively to the tournament rules committee. The decision of the judges and tournament officials shall be final. Penalties up to disqualification may be assessed for infractions or protests. All rules have “loopholes.” It is the intention of the sponsors to provide an honest sportsman-like tournament. In the interest of good sportsmanship, contestants are reminded that the “spirit of the rules” shall prevail in all judgement cases. Note: The tournament rules committee and tournament officials shall be the Tournament Director and The State Championship Tournament Committee. Interpretation of these rules shall be left exclusively to the tournament committee. The decision of the tournament officials shall be final in all matters.
II PARTICIPATION & ELIGIBILITY:
Participation in the tournament is by qualification through Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc., Local Federation Chapters, persons who are 16 years of age or older. Proof of age to the satisfaction of tournament officials is the responsibility of the prospective competitor. A properly completed official application form MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE TOURNAMENT, ADDRESS POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT OF THE DEADLINE DATE. Entry fees for each person entered are due with the application. Refund of entrance fee will be made only if proper notification is made to the Michigan Bass Federation Tournament Headquarters prior to the deadline.
There will be a registration meeting the evening prior to the first day of competition. The time and place will be announced by the tournament committee. There will be a team captains’ meeting at least one hour prior to the registration meeting to finalize the teams. Each competitor must register in person, at the time and place prescribed. Failure to register in person during the prescribed hours shall result in disqualification. NO EXCEPTIONS.
IV. PAIRING OF CONTESTANTS:
Two contestants will be assigned to each boat. Whenever possible, no contestants from the same club, city, or chapter will be paired, nor shall two competitors fish together more than one day. Announcement of pairing for both days will take place at the registration meeting. It shall be the responsibility of each partner to appear at a mutually agreed-upon location with sufficient time remaining to check-out at the official check-point and start on time. Tournament officials shall have no responsibility for finding missing partners. It is suggested that a minimum of 30 minutes is adequate for preparation to depart to the check-out point. When two contestants check out at the beginning of the day, they must stay together and within sight of each other and each other’s catch throughout the day until the weigh-in is completed. A contestant must not allow any bass caught by him/her to be counted on the score of any other contestant. Both contestants will be disqualified. None of the above rules shall prohibit a properly designated tournament official from approaching or boarding any competitor’s boat at any time during the “warm-up” period or during competition.
Safe boating must be observed at all times, by all tournament competitors. Each competitor is required to wear a Coast Guard approved, chest type life preserver. This life preserver must be strapped, snapped, or zipped securely any time the combustion engine is running. Violation of the rule shall be grounds for immediate disqualification. All boats must be equipped with a KILL SWITCH, which must be attached to the driver when the combustion engine is running.
VI. BOAT AND MOTOR:
Fishing boats may be used that are at least 14 feet in length. No barges, or similar cumbersome craft will be permitted. Every boat must have all State and Coast Guard required equipment. In addition, it must have live well space to adequately maintain two (2) limits of fish alive. Maximum horsepower for all outboard motorboats used in a federation tournament shall not exceed the horsepower limitations set by the B.I.S./U.S. Coast Guard horsepower rating plate attached by the manufacturer. Each competitor agrees that the boat and motor used in the tournament may be inspected by factory trained personnel and/or tournament officials if there is any reason to suspect the horsepower is in excess of the rating. Normal maintenance to increase the performance of your engine is allowed. Changing or altering standard factory parts of your engine to increase the horsepower over the factory horsepower rating is forbidden. Falsifying information on entry forms, or altering the horsepower rating numbers on the motor or boat, would be grounds for immediate disqualification from M.B.C.F. tournaments.
VII. BOAT IDENTIFICATION:
Each boat may be given an inspection check by a tournament official prior to the start of each day. A numbered device will be given to each competitor which shall remain in the boat until turned in at each day’s weigh-in. This device should be displayed upon the request of a tournament official and turned in to the officials at each weight-in.
VIII PRE-TOURNAMENT PRACTICE:
There will be an official two (2) day practice period immediately preceding the first day of the tournament. While on the lake during official practice and during the tournament, a competitor may not have the assistance or advice of a professional guide, state or federal wildlife agency employee, or any other person deemed “professional expert” on these tournament waters by the tournament committee. DURING THE PRACTICE PERIOD, A COMPETITOR MAY NOT FISH WITH, NOR ENTER THE TOURNAMENT WATERS WITH, ANYONE OTHER THAN ANOTHER COMPETITOR OR A MEMBER OF THE COMPETITOR’S OWN HOUSEHOLD WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR/CHAIRMAN. Each competitor agrees to report to the Tournament Officials any violation or infraction of these Tournament Rules. All practice fishing shall cease at 6:00 p.m. the evening prior to the start of the first day of tournament competitor. No tournament contestant shall be allowed on the tournament waters, for the purpose of locating fish, once competition has begun. However, this rule shall not be interpreted to prevent contestants from preceding by water to and from launch or docking facilities during the mornings prior to the start of competition or at the conclusion of each day’s competition.
VIII BOAT OPERATION:
A full discussion must be held between the two partners prior to a morning departure as to the schedule of boat operations. This schedule must permit each partner equal time to fish from the front of the boat, and to operate the trolling motor, so as to afford each partner the opportunity to fish his/her selected water an equal number of hours. Any contestant who, in the judgement of the officials, operates the boat in such a manner as to unfairly handicap his partner shall be disqualified. If you feel that you have had a “bad ride”, and that you have not had your fair share of fishing time, or location, you must make this protest to the tournament director, in writing, prior to signing your weigh-in slip.
X TACKLE & EQUIPMENT:
Artificial lures shall be used. Only one casting, spin-casting, or spinning rod may be used at any one time. No trolling will be allowed, however an electric motor may be used for slow maneuvering. The maximum length for any rod will be 8 feet, butt to tip. CB, marine radios, or mobile telephones are allowed for emergency use only during tournament hours.
XI OFFICIAL CHECKPOINT:
There shall be only one official point for check-out in the morning, and check-in in the afternoon. They will be announced at the pre-tournament meeting.
XII OFFICIAL CHECK-IN & FISHING LOCATIONS:
Official check-in is at least thirty minutes before tournament starts for boat owner and rider. Tournament starting and check-in times will be announced at the pre-tournament meeting. Contestants must check-in before the posted time. All contestants must start from the designated check-in area. Both competitors must remain in sight of each other’s catch, in order for their catch of the day to be scored in the tournament. Fishing on the tournament waters is permitted anywhere except within 50 yards of another competitor’s boat which was first anchored, with trolling motor up. An anchored boat may not block a narrow waterway. If you let one competitor’s boat within this 50 yard area, then you must let all competitors do so. OFF-LIMITS water so designated and posted by State, Federal, or announced by Tournament Officials must be honored by all competitors during official practice and competition. Failure to do so will be cause for disqualification.
XIII LEGAL FISH:
Largemouth and smallmouth bass minimum length of 14 inches in the longest straight line, with the mouth closed. A flat, straight rule will be used to determine the 14 inch length.
XIV DON’T KILL YOUR CATCH:
Each competitor is expected to keep his/her bass alive by use of a proper live well. All fish must be transported to the scales in designated fish weigh-in bags.
XV DEAD FISH:
For each legal bass weighed in dead, the competitor shall be penalized two ounces of weight (or 0.2 pounds depending on the scales used).
The final team standings shall be determined by the pound and ounce weight of each competitor’s catch during the tournament. The limit shall be (5) legal fish of the above species and varieties per day, or the Michigan State limit for each individual. Tournament officials may conduct checks for violations. In the event a competitor is found to have more than the above described limits in possession, the penalty shall be disqualification. Bass presented for weigh-in which fail to measure 14 inches shall accrue penalties at a rate of one pound for each short bass. The penalty shall be deducted from the total score of the contestant. Any bass that appears to have been mangled, mashed, mauled, or otherwise altered, will be weighted only at the discretion of tournament officials. Note: Culling down to a limit of fish must occur prior to the conclusion of fishing time. Culling shall not be done at the dock or weigh-in area.
In the event of a tie for any of the money winners, the monies shall be added and split evenly. Duplicate trophies, where applicable, will also be awarded. Example: first place tie, money from first and second place will be added and equally divided, two first place trophies will be awarded. The next award will be third place. Ties occur when both total weight and big bass weight are the same. In the case of a tie for last position for the Divisional Team determined from the State Championship Tournament, there will be a sudden death fish-off between the tied contestants under the direction of the Tournament Officials. Special rules for the sudden death fish-off will be established by the Tournament Officials.
XVIII STATE CHAMPIONSHIP:
State Championship standings will be determined by the pound-ounce system.
XVIIII STARTING TIME:
Safety is the only reason that the official tournament starting time will be delayed. Delays are at the discretion of the Tournament Director and the Tournament Committee.
You and your partner MUST check-in at the end of the fishing day, even if no fish were caught. Failure to check in may require a search for you and result in disqualification from the entire tournament. Emergency conditions will be up to the tournament committee. All contestants who check in late will be disqualified for the day only. LATE IS LATE, NO EXCEPTIONS!
Anyone accused of cheating will be brought before the Board of Directors of the Federation within thirty (30) days for a hearing, and if found guilty, will be suspended from M.B.C.F., for life and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
XXII TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS:
None of the above rules shall prohibit a properly designated tournament official from approaching or boarding any contestants boat at any time during the tournament.
XXIII RIDER’S FEE:
The rider’s fee shall be a minimum of $20.00 payable in advance to the boat owner unless otherwise agreed upon by both contestants.
During the official practice and competition days of any M.B.C.F. tournament no contestant may operate a boat unless that contestant has submitted documented proof of a minimum of $100,000 boating liability insurance to the M.B.C.F. Tournament Director. This documented proof must show an effective date and expiration date and must be received by M.B.C.F. on or before the application deadline date.
Each competitor must take the responsibility to report their anticipated absence from fishing at the second day of competition. Failure to report such absence in advance to the Tournament Director or Tournament Committee Chairman will be cause to disqualify the competitor from fishing the State Championship Tournament the following year.
THE LEW BORER JR. MEMORIAL
SCHOLARSHIP FUND CONSTITUTION
ESTABLISHED: JANUARY 11, 1981
(As amended December 8, 1990)
To provide eligible applicants with scholastic aid.
Children, for the purpose of this constitution, shall be understood to mean natural, adopted, step, and grandchildren.
Money that is granted to applicants for scholastic aid.
The original funds were awarded to the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. by Bass Anglers Sportsman Society and consisted of $1,100.00. It is understood that this money and any money collected through donations, contributions and/or money raising projects, shall be defined as funds. It is further understood that no funds will ever be used as an award for scholastic aid. The funds will be invested in a manner that will return the best interest in the current money market. The manner in which the funds are invested shall be governed by the Scholarship Committee.
V SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE:
The Scholarship Committee shall consist of five (5) members of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. in good standing to include:
-President of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc.
-President of the Michigan Bass Busters, an active Chapter of Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc.
-Two persons selected by the President of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc.
-One person selected by the President of the Michigan Bass Busters.
A. The Scholarship Committee, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, can be dissolved and a new committee appointed.
B. The Scholarship Committee shall meet and make awards no later than the 31st of December of each year.
C. Vacancies on the Scholarship Committee shall be filled by appointment by the President of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc.
D. The Committee, by majority vote, shall decide which applicants are eligible for scholastic aid.
E. It shall be the purpose of the Scholarship Committee to provide scholastic aid for as many applicants as possible as far as is practical and within the guidelines set down in this Constitution.
VI MINUTES OF SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE:
Minutes of all Scholarship Committee meetings shall be accurately kept, and a copy presented to the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. Board of Directors, at the annual Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. meeting in October of every year.
VII ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT:
An annual financial report of the Scholarship Fund shall be presented at the first Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. general meeting of each calendar year.
Those eligible to receive scholastic aid will be regular members, their wives and children. Residents of the State of Michigan who are also members of Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, their wives and children, are also eligible in the event no regular Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. members, their wives and children have applied.
VIIII AWARD MONEY:
Note: During the life of the Lew Borer Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund, only accrued interest shall be used for scholastic awards.
For the first five (5) years of the Scholarship Fund, no award shall be greater than $500.00 or less than $100.00
After five (5) years, the Committee shall re-evaluate the status of the fund, and adjust the maximum and minimum award to commensurate with the interest being earned by the fund.
All awards shall be presented to the student only.
Awards shall be for one (1) year only. Students may apply for aid annually.
Upon unanimous vote of the Committee, more than $500.00 may be awarded to one student, provided no other applicant is eligible at this time.
The Committee shall have sole responsibility for making awards.
Scholastic achievement of the applicant may be considered by the Scholarship Committee when determining the amount of an award.
Award money not used during the current year shall be deposited in a readily accessible savings account, and may be used, along with interest earned, as award money the following year.
All checks shall be made payable to both the student and the college.
X ORDER OF PREFERENCE:
Scholastic awards shall be granted in the following order of preference.
Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. members, their wives or children, studying in the field of environment.
Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. members, their wives or children, in any field other than environment.
Bass Anglers Sportsman Society members, their wives, or children, studying in the field of environment.
Bass Anglers Sportsman Society members, their wives, or children, studying in any field other than environment.
NOTE: ALL RECIPIENTS OF SCHOLASTIC AID MUST BE FULL TIME RESIDENTS OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN.
Applications must be fully completed and postmarked no later than July 31. They should be sent to the President of the Federation. Applications are welcome from graduating high school students and college students. Applications shall be made on forms provided by the Scholarship Committee and shall contain the following information.
Students name and address.
Intended field of study.
Transcript of student’s grades.
Parents income. (Income will be used only to determine size of award in special cases. Income will not prevent a qualified applicant from receiving aid.)
Parent’s name and address.
A short statement from the applicant on his/her goals in college and what he/she is striving for.
Applications will be no later than the 31st of July in the year the award is to be given.
Applicants will be notified by mail as to the committee decision no later than December 31st.
In the event the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. should be dissolved, all money remaining in the Scholarship Fund will be donated in the name of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. to the charity deemed most needy by the Board of Directors.
This Constitution may be amended at any regular Presidents meeting of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, Inc. by a majority vote of the Chapter Presidents present.
First off I want to thank all the Federation folks that are selling tickets. Because of you selling tickets we were able to hold our first Youth Tournament on Muskegon this year and might be able to send kid’s to the Nationals. The tickets sales are a big part of recourses for us in the youth projects. We have many of open dates for CastingKids this year and like all years it is first come first get on dates. If your club wants to help but don’t have a enough to help email me and I will put two clubs together to do this. The Bass Pro Shop one does many things for our youth and our adult Federation. You can not sell raffle tickets but they do give us a special thing( email me if interested and I will let you know what that is). Remember that these kids are our future so lets do our best to help.
HELLO EVERYONE !!
What you will see below is the schedule for The CastingKids in Michigan.
Please understand that with the room that we are given for this site
that not all contest are on here. There are some in Bass Master Magazine,
our Michigan Bass Lines and some area newspapers. The major ones will
be here and page will be updated often with info.
PLEASE make this page a favorite or bookmark!!
They are our Future!!!
MUSKEGON, MI. - Four youngsters from the River City Juniors Bass Club were amongst those named to the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation Junior State Championship Team, Sunday, September 22nd, on Muskegon Lake, at the first-ever Michigan Junior State Championship.
Allen Goendyke, of the River City Juniors, weighed in two smallmouth bass at 2.08 and 3.98 pounds to be crowned the new Junior State Champion, while Tripper Johnson, of the South Central Bass Casters, brought 1 fish to the weigh-in, hitting the scales at 1.84 pounds to finish runner-up.
The rest of the the Junior State Team were drawn at random, due to the lack of fish caught, and are as follows:
3rd-Nathaniel Reagan/River City Juniors
4th-Michelle Weinert/Novi Bass Kickers
5th-Matt Kopeika/Novi Bass Kickers
6th-Brad Charboneau/River City Juniors
Alternate-Timothy Harden/River City Juniors
Other fish species caught for prizes were: 25" Pike-2.68 lbs. by Casey Cook/Buick City Juniors; 25" Pike-2.94 lbs. by Nathaniel Reagan/River City Juniors; 28" Pike-4.12 lbs. and 25" Bowfin-6.7 lbs.
The Federation and Youth Director, Ron Guilfoil, Jr. would like to thank B.A.S.S. Tour Pro, Kim Stricker, for appearing at the event, signing autographs and helping at the weigh-in; special thanks go out to all of the volunteer boaters who gave their day to the kids and to all of the sponsors, who generously gave their time and services: Michigan Bass Federation Members, Bass Pro Shops, West Marine, Jay’s Sporting Goods, Gene Larew, ZD Treasures, Tru-Turn, Quantum, D&R Sports Center, S.E.W Great Monogramming, TTI Companies, Daiichi, J.D. Keith Company, Motorguide, Stren, Snack Daddy Lures, XPoint, Pinpoint and Scales & Tales, Bill McElroy( scales&Tales).
Ist place winner, Allen Goendyke
with B.A.S.S. Pro Kim Stricker, Michigan Bass Fedration Vice President Glenn Cook, Michigan Bass Fedration Youth Director Ron Guilfoil Jr.
by Brandon Schroeder
Your B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation partnering with MUCC
What are the benefits of our B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation affiliation with the Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC)?? Over the past couple years your Federation leadership has looked to answer this question and what has been realized as a result is only the beginning of the considerable opportunities that lie within the Federation and its chapters affiliating with the MUCC!
It is the mission of the Michigan United Conservation Clubs to Unite Citizens to Conserve Michigan’s Natural Resources and Protect OUR Outdoor Heritage. MUCC serves to create an alliance of the many different conservation organizations of different interests from hunting and fishing to hiking and boating for the common purpose of promoting the wise and scientific use of the natural resources we enjoy. Each individual organization, such as the B.A.S.S. Federation Chapters, is unique and prestigious in their own right, but bring to the table different values and ideas for the promotion, use, and protection of these resources. Through the collection of our affiliated clubs, the Michigan United Conservation Clubs proves an effective means of discussing and promoting the issues and concerns that are similar among these conservation groups.
Among the many benefits of MUCC, the Federation has drawn on the support of other conservation groups beyond bass anglers to largely increase your voice throughout the state. By nature, MUCC offers a network for the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapters to bring your mission of promoting conservation through bass fishing to the table with these groups across the state - whether it be trout or walleye fisherman, or even hunters, trappers, or foresters.
PROMOTING YOUR IMAGE - This past June MUCC co-hosted with Michigan State University (MSU) the first annual OUTDOOR EXPO where people came from across the state to learn about the rich and diverse opportunities available for enjoying and sustaining our natural heritage. Here the Federation, as a partner of MUCC, was the face and voice to which attendees looked in learning our state’s opportunities in bass fishing. OUTDOORAMA is another of MUCC’s outdoor shows where the Federation has promoted its mission for many years, and the MICHIGAN OUT-OF-DOORS magazine, television, and radio show are opportunities lying in wait for promoting the joint efforts of the Federation as a partner of MUCC.
FISHERIES POLICY– As coolwater fishing regulations are reviewed through the coming year, the Federation will work with MUCC to seek out opportunities through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) for improvements to the current coolwater regulations. The Federation has also been key in supporting the MUCC’s efforts toward an AQUATIC SPECIES CONSERVATION ACT which would codify 22 existing state laws under MDNR and Natural Resources Commission (NRC) authority. This is an important step toward achieving a catch-and-release/no harvest fishing season (an initiative of the Federation which was voted on and passed by MUCC as MUCC policy this past summer), but more critically, an assurance that fisheries management will continue to be based on sound science with decisions made by science professionals.
FISHING & BOATING ACCESS – Again the Federation, in crafting further MUCC policy, has reaffirmed MUCC’s continued efforts toward increasing fishing and boating access opportunities across our state’s public waters.
YOUTH FISHING – Again MUCC and the Federation have been active in coordinating activities through a statewide fisheries youth education initiative – PROJECT FISH – a partnership between MUCC and its sportfishing affiliates, MSU, MDNR, and 4-H Youth Programs. This initiative has great potential in promoting existing Federation programs, such as CASTING KIDS, and has further opportunities in creating long-term involvement of youth with the Federation.
MUCC policy and initiatives are driven by its membership. MUCC policy is set by vote of our membership, but also a good deal of MUCC’s work is done through the MUCC Fisheries Committee. Incorporating the Federation in the MUCC decision making process - whether it be through participation of various BASS chapters at the local MUCC district level or at the state level through the Federation’s voice on the MUCC Fisheries Committee – has demonstrated benefits to the entire MUCC organization, while promoting the Federation’s interests and mission.
This two-way road of benefits is why I invite each individual chapter of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, if your chapter is not already affiliated, to consider its affiliation with the MUCC. Chapter involvement in the local MUCC Districts allows chapters the benefit of being heard statewide through a second network of conservation leaders while being directly responsible for strengthening a relationship between two statewide leaders, MUCC and MI B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation, both working together to promote our state’s great fishery. Active B.A.S.S. Chapters in each MUCC District would allow your statewid
Want ads furnished by Michigan Federation members for fishing equipment, etc are published at no charge, as a courtesy to Michigan Federation members. When submitting a request be sure to include the club that you are a member through.
1995 BassCat Pantera II DC, Evinrude 200 (Vindicator)
Includes several extras.
Larry (586) 415-8025 or
(586) 321-1979 cell
2020 Ranger R-83VS Dual console, 175 Mercury EFI
Lowrance X-85 and Garmin 160, Minn Kota Tr. motor, on-board charger, cover, deck extension, batteries, spare tire, OMC Jackplate, surge brakes and fiberglass wheel wells on trailer, garage kept, and more.
Mint condition-low hours. Boat has been in storage since September 2021.
$17,700 Jeff Taylor (517) 937-3710
1999 Nitro 911 CDC 225 EFI
Red on Red, Black bottom, center console, Loaded, Keel Shield, Jack Plate, GPS, Hot foot, 107# TM, Hydraulic steering, 3 livewells, 2022 battery charger, 4 batteries, dual axle trailer w/brakes, cover.
Many more extras $28,000
Bill at 616-281-5128
2023 Ranger 185 VS w/Mercury 150 EFI
Motorguide trolling motor, Ranger trailer w/brakes, Garmin graph, battery charger. BRAND NEW! Never in water.
Contact Mark at (586) 949-4805
2020 Stratos 22 SS Extreme
2022 Evinrude 225 FICHT, tandem axle trailer w/laser cutouts, heated drivers seat, dual console, Lowrance X-65’s on bow and dash.
New arrival in family forces sale.
Take over payments
Must Sell Immediately!!! 1997-98 Ranger R-80, w/Mercury 150 EFI
Has all the goodies, plus! Need to sell, immediately! $17,500 or take over payments, now!
Contact Glenn Cook at (810) 424-3262
1996 Champion 202 DCX Elite with 1996 Mercury 200EFI
Dual console, dark green with black and gold stripes. Matching Champion cover, Mercury SS Tempest Prop. Lowrance GlobalMap 2020 GPS/sonar/temp, Lowrance x70 w/temp, Lowrance 1240a, 24/26 volt MotorGuide Beast trolling motor, 3 bank charger, 2 auto bilge pumps, Hot Foot, Trim on wheel, dual axle trailer with brakes, spare tire.
Contact Doug @ 586-415-9800
2020 Ranger 520 VX w/ Merc 225 Optimax
Ranger 520 VX with Mercury 225 Optimax. Loadeed with options.
$28,500 or best
Contact Mark (586)949-4805.
Dress your Club Like the Pros!
I have all the latest Tournament style fishing shirts and jackets. I will embroider Your club logo and personalize each members name on each shirt. Many, many color combos available. These are awesome shirts. Order 1-6 $50.00 ea. 6+ $45.00 ea.
Call Tom Overholt @ 616-456-1642 for more info or to see samples.
Mercury Sportmaster (low water pickup) lower end
Has heavy dusy gears, propshaft, & skeg. Used 2 months. Will fit 150-200 hp motors down to 1985. Cost over $4,000.00 new.
Call bud Faynor at 517-663-3658 anytime or
1997 Ranger R82 w/150 Evinrude
Lowrance X75, LMS 160, Motorguide TM, White with Teal Blue Stripes
2020 Stratos 22SS Extreme
New motor 2022 225 FICHT Evinrude, hot foot, low hours on new motor, Lowrance X-65 bow and dash, heated drivers seat
Take over payments
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
1997 Tracker Tournament V-17 w/75hp Merc/Force Motor
Single console, 40lb thrust motorguide trolling motor, (2)humingbird depth finders, boat & motor cover, many x-tras.
Good shape, runs great…
2020 Ranger 520 DVX w/Johnson 225 H.O.
Silver Hull w/ Medium Blue Stripes, 107 Motorguide, Garmin 160 & 280 GPS, Ski Tow Bar, Cover, Etc… Photos upon Request.
1999 Stratos Pro-Elite dual console 2020 Evinrude Ficht 225 hp w/warranty
72# PinPoint trolling motor w/Pinpoint Graph, Tandem axle trailer, Too Many options to list
One Owner-Garage Kept-Excellent Condition
Retails for $23,900
Sacrifice at $19,900
Call Ron VanGordon 248-866-2101 or 810-632-4164
2021 NITRO 929 DCX State Team Boat
225 Merc Opti with SS Prop
Two Lowrance X-15’s (GPS combo on dash)
Zercom in Dash, JEX 109 50" MotorGuide, Hydraulic Jack Plate, 3-Bank Charger and 4 Batteries (new start battery), Custom Cover, Spare Tire
Custom Color-Mostly White with Blue, Gold
Used Little, in “New” Shape
$32,500 or Best Offer
1998 Nitro 912 / Mercury 225 Opti-Max
6" Detwiler Hydraulic plate, X-75, Global Map 2020 w/6 map cartridges, 75 lb Beast trolling motor, 4 Delco batteries, Hamby’s, Cover, Spare tire, Dual axle trailer, Low hours.
Call John at (248) 549-8854
2022 Stratos XL Magnum w/225 HO Evinrude Ficht
with Pro staff stars & stripes logo, 74lb thrust MinnKota trolling motor, Hot Foot, tandem axle trailer, stainless stell fenders, 2 L475 Raytheon graphs, pro tackle organizer system.
Garage kept, very low hours, white with midnight royal and pewter stripes red pins. SHARP
This boat new is over $37,000.00, First $28,000.00 takes it.
Email me for more information or call 248-437-8461
1995 Skeeter 150ZX
1995 Mercury 150EFI, 56lb MotorGuide, two Skeeter butt seats, Lowrance X-25A w/temp and Lowrance flasher. New DieHard batteries. Ready for the water.
$9,500 obo. I need to move this boat. Wife not happy with two!!
Call Blake at 616-399-1109
1994 ProCraft 200 Dual Pro
2 graphs, three bank charger, new covers, Mercury 2.5 liter 150, tandem axle trailer, new starter and trolling motor batteries plus more.
Boat is in excellent shape $13,500
Contact Ed at 231-775-2842
Mercury certificate, $1,000.00 off on a new motor. Make offer!
Call Scott Webster (734) 646-6433
2021 Gambler 2100 225 Mercury EFI
MotorGuide 7107, LMS160, Pinpoint 7520, loaded, blue/silver.
Call Scott Webster (734) 646-6433
2022 Triton TR21PD - 2022 Yamaha 225 EFI
Loaded, long shaft 101 Minn Kota. Tandem Trailer W/Fiberglass fenders.
To sell in Aug. 2022.
$30,000 out the door Contact Paul Rambo
Lower Unit gear housing new condition
From MERC XRII, part# 16479148 or 16479147 applications
Retail $1,043, Dealer Cost $625
Tony D. 231 275-7602
1998 Nitro 912 / Mercury 225 Opti-Max
6" Detwiler Hydraulic plate, X-75, Global Map 2020 w/6 map cartridges, 75 lb Beast trolling motor, 4 Delco batteries, Hamby’s, Cover, Spare tire, Dual axle trailer.
Used 3 times in the last 2 years.
Call John at (248) 549-8854
Great retirement or vacation home for sale on dead end road
3 sasons porch, gas fireplace, two stall garage, small one bedroom but very nice. About 5 acres boarders federal land. Turkey and deer in the yard daily. 3 miles from Big Bass Lake. 40 minutes from Hamlin Lake, Manistee Lake, & Lakes Cadillac and Mitchell.
616-669-8817 or 231-266-5718
1998 Ranger R-91
19’-8"SC, Midnight blue, Mercury 200EFI, power steering, 47 gallon fuel tank, SS prop, MotorGuide 762 TM 50" shaft, three bank charger, GPS, 2 graphs, removeable tongue w/disc brakes/spare, spare SS prop, Nichols rod rack, Keel Sheild, garage kept, VERY LOW HOURS, excellent condition
Todd (248) 544-9449
2-2022 BassCat Sabre Certificates PRICE REDUCED
MotorGuide trolling motors, Interstate batteries, Basscat Custom Trailer.
Pick your colors!
Contact Mark (810) 949-4805
OutDoor Viewing System Underwater Camera
Model VS300, compact unit, 60 foot of camera cable.
$275 or best offer. Used Twice
Get them before spring for those sight fishing tournaments. RX Available
Contact Mark @ (586)949-4805
Raytheon Lt 365 Graph
Brand new in the box.
$200 or best
Contact Mark @ (586)949-4805
1999 Nitro Savage 896 DC
200 Merc EFI. Summit Package. Excellent condition.
Includes extra SS Prop.
2021 Ranger R-81VS 18’9" w/Mercury 150 XR6
Hyr. steering, MotorGuide 767, Tempest ss prop
New never been in water.
For more info call Steve Bowen at 517-543-1480 cell #517-231-1614, or Bruce Herig at 517-663-3289
2021 Stratos 21 SS Extreme W/225 Evinrude Rude Ram
Genmar/Bombardier Factory pro staff boat-Dual console, Tandem axle trailer, pump outs, tri-pro charger, pro extra, two pro poles and butt seats, Optima trolling batteries, 74lb thrust monkota trolling motor, Hot foot, 2-L475 Raytheon depth finders, RC250 Raytheon GPS Chartplotter, low hours. full warranty. Boat has never been registered, you will have -A- Title.
new price was $36,800.00
like New, The first $28,500.00 takes it
will take $27,000.00 w/out electronics
1996 Mercury Pro MAx 200EFI, Rebuild or Parts
Needs power head
All parts-electrical & the lower end should fit 2020 EFI & older EFI motors-150-175-200 hp
The lower end is a “low Water pickup” by Mercury - been run only 3 months- over $4,000.00 new.
Will Take $3,500.00
Call Bud Faynor at: 517-663-3658 anytime
1997 Skeeter ZX 190
Yamaha Pro V 150, Lowrance LMS350, X65, 1240A, LDT 3001. MotorGuide ZX65
Garage stored, Like New. $17,000.00
Call me at 810-268-2129
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This board was established for everyone, be reasonable and it will remain available to everyone. Good luck, and good fishing.
Don’t Forget Your SnackDaddyLures!!! - Glenn Cook 19:06:43 6/03/103 (0)
Hot dogs - Mark Gomez 06:53:29 6/03/103 (2)
Re: Hot dogs - mini 18:07:46 6/03/103 (1)
Re: Hot dogs - Jason 20:48:06 6/03/103 (0)
pawpaw lake-coloma mich - weed 09:11:47 5/29/103 (0)
Dircctions to Launch - Paul Grandsko 07:29:38 5/29/103 (0)
Torch Lake Entries Received - Bernadette Phillips 08:23:44 5/28/103 (2)
Re: Torch Lake Entries Received - Paul Soma 10:48:14 5/28/103 (1)
Re: Torch Lake Entries Received - Mark Gomez 13:29:04 5/28/103 (0)
Classic Series entry confirmation - Mark Gomez 08:10:50 5/27/103 (2)
Re: Classic Series entry confirmation - Paul Soma 13:56:46 5/27/103 (1)
Re: Classic Series entry confirmation - Fisherman 07:03:26 5/28/103 (0)
new avid site again - Jim Blasey 21:15:15 5/21/103 (0)
WESTERN MICH TOURNANT - DAVE 22:39:33 5/20/103 (0)
BURT/MULLET - tony 16:04:34 5/20/103 (0)
CLASSIC SERIES…18 DAYS - PAUL GRANDSKO 19:02:33 5/19/103 (2)
Re: CLASSIC SERIES…18 DAYS - Mark Gomez 02:01:36 5/20/103 (1)
Re: CLASSIC SERIES…18 DAYS - Paul Grandsko 07:02:37 5/20/103 (0)
Burt/Mullet Lakes - Bill 14:41:56 5/16/103 (1)
Re: Burt/Mullet Lakes - Ron 20:25:08 5/18/103 (0)
More State Championship Info - Doug Hedberg 19:35:37 5/14/103 (0)
West Mi B.A.S.S. Club needs more members - Jason Ammerman 23:17:42 5/12/103 (0)
new avid site with entry forms - Jim Gdog G 21:44:34 5/12/103 (0)
2023 State Championship - Doug Hedberg 15:54:48 5/10/103 (0)
Want to win a New TR21 Triton? - Anthony 00:47:40 5/08/103 (0)
Classic Series Entries - Mark Gomez 21:55:14 5/07/103 (0)
Dave Rainey - Ted 13:54:11 5/02/103 (1)
Re: Dave Rainey - Glenn Cook 10:24:39 5/05/103 (0)
Dave Rainey passed away… - Mac 09:57:45 5/02/103 (1)
Re: Dave Rainey passed away… - Mark Gomez 16:44:32 5/02/103 (0)
U.P. Fishing Reports - BassAssassin 07:06:51 5/02/103 (0)
grand river reports - garrett 15:42:34 4/30/103 (2)
Re: grand river reports - bill 08:26:44 5/09/103 (0)
Re: grand river reports - mark Gomez 09:51:05 5/01/103 (0)
2020 merc 200 efi - wickedcarpenter 00:39:04 4/29/103 (1)
Re: 2020 merc 200 efi - sterk 22:34:24 4/29/103 (0)
12 JITTERBUGS FOR 32.50 SHIPPED - bassdaddy 12:43:42 4/26/103 (0)
re: casting kids - Doug Scott 09:46:13 4/25/103 (1)
Re: re: casting kids - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 17:30:46 4/29/103 (0)
Do you remember… - Doug Phillips 17:25:09 4/23/103 (1)
Re: Do you remember… - Mark Gomez 22:46:59 4/26/103 (0)
HELP!! - Robert Burrow 11:10:10 4/23/103 (12)
Re: HELP!! - Mark Gomez 21:35:24 4/27/103 (7)
Re: HELP!! - Mac 12:42:56 4/28/103 (6)
Re: HELP!! - Mark Gomez 22:00:14 4/28/103 (5)
Re: HELP!! - Mac 06:35:23 4/29/103 (4)
Re: HELP!! - djkimmel 13:51:49 4/29/103 (3)
Re: HELP!! - Robert 12:43:38 5/01/103 (2)
Re: HELP!! - djkimmel 23:15:19 5/01/103 (1)
Re: HELP!! - Anthony 03:02:59 5/06/103 (0)
Re: HELP!! - robert 12:55:55 4/23/103 (2)
Re: HELP!! - Mac 13:57:04 4/23/103 (1)
Re: HELP!! - Mac 13:59:33 4/23/103 (0)
Re: HELP!! - Mac 12:10:36 4/23/103 (0)
Casting Kids Winner’s Awards sent out! - Mac 06:34:18 4/23/103 (1)
Re: Casting Kids Winner’s Awards sent out! - Glenn Cook 10:31:54 5/05/103 (0)
TOURNAMENTS - JASON 21:25:59 4/22/103 (2)
Re: MID MICHIGAN TOURNAMENTS - JASON 19:05:38 4/30/103 (0)
Re: MID MICHIGAN TOURNAMENTS - JASON 19:05:20 4/30/103 (0)
More bass biology & management - djkimmel 23:43:29 4/18/103 (0)
bass clubs - Malcolm Eblin 16:45:29 4/17/103 (1)
Re: bass clubs - Anthony 03:05:16 5/06/103 (0)
CLASSIC SERIES - PAUL GRANDSKO 06:43:05 4/16/103 (0)
Sunday Tournaments - David McGlaughlin 12:05:58 4/15/103 (4)
Re: Sunday Tournaments - Stevee 06:58:38 4/17/103 (0)
Re: Sunday Tournaments - djkimmel 13:12:20 4/15/103 (2)
Re: Sunday Tournaments - Doug 15:00:48 4/15/103 (0)
Re: Sunday Tournaments - Doug 14:59:31 4/15/103 (0)
Club votes on early bass season in Michigan - Dan Kimmel 13:16:42 4/09/103 (1)
Re: Club votes on early bass season in Michigan - Doug Hedberg 21:46:42 4/12/103 (0)
I-68 - Al Barnhart 11:41:15 4/08/103 (1)
Re: I-68 - djkimmel 13:03:45 4/08/103 (0)
Boat insurance? - Sean 14:25:18 4/07/103 (3)
Re: Boat insurance? - Tom 12:54:25 4/08/103 (2)
Re: Boat insurance? - Sean 13:09:01 4/15/103 (0)
Re: Boat insurance? - Will 21:54:09 4/08/103 (0)
White Lake open Tounament - Phillip 21:07:53 4/03/103 (1)
Re: White Lake open Tounament - Tom 15:39:01 4/04/103 (0)
best fishing in May - Randall lake chain - David Smith 17:46:16 4/01/103 (0)
Classic federation ??? - Sleo 13:37:59 4/01/103 (5)
Re: Classic federation ??? - Doug Hedberg 21:00:32 4/01/103 (0)
Re: Classic federation ??? - Scott 17:58:23 4/01/103 (0)
Re: Classic federation ??? - jason 17:03:03 4/01/103 (1)
Re: Classic federation ??? - Malcolm Eblin 16:57:40 4/17/103 (0)
Re: Classic federation ??? - Bryan Plenzler 14:40:48 4/01/103 (0)
Folks please take the time to look at this link and… - Mini 01:23:20 4/01/103 (1)
Re: Folks please take the time to look at this link and… - Mini 01:24:51 4/01/103 (0)
Response: Are we violating the law - djkimmel 23:22:18 3/28/103 (3)
Re: Response: Are we violating the law - Ron 15:21:15 4/16/103 (0)
Re: Response: Are we violating the law - Mike O 08:08:12 3/29/103 (0)
Re: Response: Are we violating the law - Mike 08:05:40 3/29/103 (0)
List your tournaments and guide services for free - BassReport 12:03:12 3/28/103 (0)
Megabass lures - Curt 20:19:04 3/27/103 (4)
Re: Megabass lures - djkimmel 14:30:22 3/28/103 (0)
Re: Megabass lures - mike broge 13:20:13 3/28/103 (0)
Re: Megabass lures - Bryan Plenzler 21:33:32 3/27/103 (1)
Re: Megabass lures - Brian 21:15:47 4/04/103 (0)
Inland Lake Water Temps - Rob T 06:19:06 3/23/103 (2)
Re: Inland Lake Water Temps - Tom 17:27:44 3/26/103 (0)
Re: Inland Lake Water Temps - djkimmel 01:27:17 3/24/103 (0)
Inland Lake Water Temps - Rob T 06:19:06 3/23/103 (0)
Dan K…Drop shot regs. - Craig 13:17:22 3/20/103 (4)
Re: Dan K…Drop shot regs. - djkimmel 23:26:54 3/20/103 (3)
Re: Dan K…Drop shot regs. - Bryan Plenzler 13:30:48 3/26/103 (2)
Re: Dan K…Drop shot regs. - djkimmel 18:35:26 3/26/103 (1)
Re: Dan K…Drop shot regs. - Aaron VG 18:52:14 4/16/103 (0)
Its almost time - Skeeter 20:41:15 3/19/103 (0)
Classic Series - Brian Beger 16:48:49 3/18/103 (1)
Re: Classic Series - Paul Grandsko 07:36:50 3/21/103 (0)
State “Casting Kids” Championship - Glenn Cook 13:40:11 3/18/103 (1)
Re: State “Casting Kids” Championship - Mac 08:28:08 3/19/103 (0)
Are We Violating The Law? - Glenn Cook 13:18:45 3/18/103 (8)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - Mac 08:42:32 3/19/103 (4)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - Craig 16:23:42 3/19/103 (2)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - Mac 09:18:20 3/20/103 (1)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - Craig 13:07:32 3/20/103 (0)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - Glenn Cook 10:38:58 3/19/103 (0)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - Andy 07:31:02 3/19/103 (2)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - Glenn Cook 10:44:52 3/19/103 (1)
Re: Are We Violating The Law? - djkimmel 22:00:10 3/19/103 (0)
Flipping Tips - Gary 10:31:00 3/17/103 (0)
Dave Rainey email? - Sharon Leonardi 08:06:09 3/16/103 (1)
Re: Dave Rainey email? - djkimmel 22:38:24 3/16/103 (0)
Sunglasses for sight fishing - Dave 22:29:21 3/14/103 (3)
Re: Sunglasses for sight fishing - Mark Modrak 19:17:06 3/17/103 (0)
Re: Sunglasses for sight fishing - jason 23:07:21 3/14/103 (1)
Re: Sunglasses for sight fishing - Brian 21:14:05 3/15/103 (0)
Looking for a couple good directors in Michigan - David Hagood 16:48:02 3/14/103 (0)
Looking for Tournament Scale - Dowd 14:19:16 3/14/103 (1)
Re: Looking for Tournament Scale - Tim O’Brien 23:52:40 3/14/103 (0)
Lake maps - John Lehman 20:05:28 3/12/103 (3)
Re: Lake maps - Pat 23:41:59 5/11/103 (0)
Re: Lake maps - DJMAC 09:53:48 3/13/103 (1)
Re: Lake maps - Pat 23:32:32 5/11/103 (0)
Public Relations - Tom 10:16:24 3/11/103 (1)
Re: Public Relations - Bryan Plenzler 17:04:33 3/11/103 (0)
Public Television - Tom 10:06:58 3/11/103 (4)
Re: Public Television - Mark Gomez 14:40:10 3/11/103 (3)
Re: Public Television - tom 13:17:03 3/12/103 (2)
Re: Public Television - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 17:06:42 3/21/103 (1)
Re: Public Television - Mark Gomez 21:31:50 3/21/103 (0)
Free TV - Tom 13:03:12 3/10/103 (1)
Re: Free TV - Mark Gomez 18:40:00 3/10/103 (0)
HELP - Mark Lewandowski 12:02:13 3/09/103 (0)
What’s wrong with the Classic Series - Chad 23:47:12 3/08/103 (7)
Re: What’s wrong with the Classic Series - Doug Hedberg 10:30:14 3/09/103 (0)
Re: What’s wrong with the Classic Series - Jason 00:57:56 3/09/103 (1)
Re: What’s wrong with the Classic Series - djkimmel 19:40:51 3/09/103 (1)
Re: What’s wrong with the Classic Series - mini 22:57:57 3/09/103 (0)
What’s wrong with the Classic Series - Chad 23:37:29 3/08/103 (5)
Re: What’s wrong with the Classic Series - mini 22:53:35 3/09/103 (4)
Re: What’s wrong with the Classic Series - Bish 21:41:13 3/10/103 (0)
Re: What’s wrong with the Classic Series - djkimmel 13:15:16 3/10/103 (0)
Re: Possible PR Thought - Ralph Blasey 10:12:40 3/10/103 (1)
Re: Possible PR Thought - Mark Gomez 19:03:34 3/10/103 (0)
2021 Ranger R-93 Redman Classic For Sale - Richard 21:58:17 3/08/103 (1)
boat is sold - Richard 23:20:11 4/12/103 (0)
Another cip LMV from DNR - Tom 15:09:19 3/08/103 (0)
Largemouth Bass Virus - Tom 15:04:34 3/08/103 (0)
Newsletter Think Tank - Eric Bond 11:13:57 3/08/103 (0)
West Mi Club Looking for Members - West Side B.A.S.S 00:25:08 3/08/103 (0)
Rods for sale - Jason 00:22:19 3/08/103 (0)
Early Catch-and-Release bass season - djkimmel 12:51:05 3/07/103 (4)
Re: Early Catch-and-Release bass season - Dave Fogleman 20:51:58 3/07/103 (0)
Re: Early Catch-and-Release bass season - Dave Fogleman 20:51:23 3/07/103 (0)
Re: Early Catch-and-Release bass season - tom 15:15:49 3/07/103 (1)
Re: Early Catch-and-Release bass season - djkimmel 23:07:17 3/08/103 (0)
Some Follow-ups to below - Ralph Blasey 13:26:58 3/06/103 (5)
Re: Some Follow-ups to below - djkimmel 14:21:25 3/07/103 (1)
Re: Dan -Some Follow-ups to below - Ralph Blasey 00:02:37 3/08/103 (0)
Re: Some Follow-ups to below - Mark Gomez 20:08:13 3/06/103 (2)
Re: Some Follow-ups to below - Ralph Blasey 21:29:54 3/07/103 (0)
Re: Some Follow-ups to below - Ralph b 21:18:33 3/07/103 (0)
Classic Series - Paul Grandsko 20:36:44 3/05/103 (6)
Re: Classic Series - Tom 09:46:52 3/07/103 (0)
Re: Classic Series - djkimmel 00:22:37 3/06/103 (4)
Re: Classic Series - mini 05:44:45 3/06/103 (3)
Re: Classic Series - Ralph Blasey 13:32:04 3/06/103 (2)
Re: Classic Series - djkimmel 23:59:37 3/06/103 (1)
Re: Classic Series - Paul Grandsko 07:49:55 3/07/103 (0)
Spell check - Tom 16:21:37 3/05/103 (4)
prize boat - Mark Gomez 17:44:11 3/05/103 (3)
Re: prize boat money yet to be seen - Mark Modrak 18:58:50 3/06/103 (0)
Mark Gomez, you are correct! - Eric Bond 15:28:03 3/06/103 (0)
Re: prize boat - Ralph Blasey 12:34:02 3/06/103 (0)
West Side Schedules - Tom 12:38:14 3/05/103 (8)
Re: West Side Schedules - bassin spellcheck 14:00:26 3/05/103 (7)
Re: West Side Schedules - Mark Gomez 15:58:30 3/05/103 (6)
Re: West Side Schedules - Jason 16:41:07 3/05/103 (5)
Re: West Side Schedules - 22 xtreme 20:47:29 3/05/103 (4)
Re: West Side Schedules - jason 22:34:50 3/05/103 (3)
Re: West Side Schedules - djkimmel 00:12:21 3/06/103 (2)
Re: West Side Schedules - djkimmel 00:25:32 3/06/103 (1)
Re: West Side Schedules - Tom 10:03:49 3/07/103 (0)
Questions - Bryan Plenzler 10:57:23 3/05/103 (7)
Re: Questions - mini 16:31:34 3/06/103 (0)
Re: Questions - djkimmel 13:50:39 3/05/103 (3)
Why then, Dan… - Bryan Plenzler 14:23:14 3/05/103 (2)
Re: Why then, Dan… - djkimmel 23:55:42 3/05/103 (1)
Re: Why then, Dan… - Tom 15:27:46 3/06/103 (0)
Re: Questions - Dave Carter 12:28:45 3/05/103 (1)
Re: Questions - Bryan Plenzler 14:31:17 3/05/103 (0)
Questions still unanswered? - Ken 19:22:28 3/04/103 (2)
Re: Questions still unanswered? - djkimmel 00:10:57 3/05/103 (1)
Re: Questions still unanswered? - Paul Grandsko 08:21:33 3/05/103 (0)
Classic Series - Jason 00:26:58 3/04/103 (17)
Re: Classic Series - Mark Gomez 10:06:56 3/04/103 (0)
Re: Classic Series - Dave Carter 07:45:25 3/04/103 (15)
Re: Classic Series - Jason 16:02:35 3/04/103 (14)
Re: Classic Series - Mark Gomez 00:50:23 3/05/103 (0)
Re: Classic Series - Dennis Beltz 18:42:59 3/04/103 (0)
Re: Classic Series - Dave Carter 18:26:17 3/04/103 (11)
Re: Classic Series - Jason 19:20:52 3/04/103 (10)
Re: Classic Series - Doug Hedberg 08:20:30 3/06/103 (0)
Certainly not an unreasonable request… - Dave Carter 20:05:14 3/04/103 (8)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - mini 21:12:34 3/04/103 (7)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - Jason 21:44:05 3/04/103 (6)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - djkimmel 23:43:25 3/04/103 (5)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - Tom Thacker 04:37:26 3/05/103 (4)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - djkimmel 13:24:28 3/05/103 (3)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - Tom Thacker 14:43:04 3/05/103 (2)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - Mark Gomez 17:31:36 3/05/103 (1)
Re: Certainly not an unreasonable request… - Doug Hedberg 08:32:50 3/06/103 (0)
MBCF/Classic Series/Raffle Boat - Joe Czuj 16:15:55 3/03/103 (7)
Suggestions Joe… - Bryan Plenzler 16:52:10 3/03/103 (6)
Re: Suggestions Joe… - mini 23:05:14 3/03/103 (5)
Re: Suggestions Joe… - Tom Thacker 04:39:53 3/04/103 (4)
Re: Suggestions Joe… - Mark Gomez 11:04:00 3/04/103 (0)
Re: Suggestions Joe… - Dave Carter 07:56:36 3/04/103 (2)
Re: Suggestions Joe… - Mark Modrak 17:16:11 3/04/103 (1)
Re: Suggestions Joe… - Tom Thacker 04:54:04 3/05/103 (0)
D&R Sports Center - Ranger Boats Day - djkimmel 20:56:22 3/02/103 (0)
MBCF - Dennis Beltz 15:20:16 3/02/103 (9)
Re: MBCF - Bryan Plenzler 11:52:33 3/03/103 (0)
Re: MBCF - Dennis Beltz 09:08:59 3/03/103 (1)
Re: MBCF - Bryan Plenzler 12:07:32 3/03/103 (0)
Re: MBCF - Tom Thacker 00:57:51 3/03/103 (3)
Re: MBCF - Dennis Beltz 09:29:00 3/03/103 (0)
Re: MBCF - Dave Carter 09:22:33 3/03/103 (1)
Re: MBCF - Mini 22:49:54 3/03/103 (0)
Re: MBCF split - djkimmel 21:15:37 3/02/103 (0)
Re: MBCF - Bryan Plenzler 17:33:53 3/02/103 (0)
Sponsors - Dennis beltz 14:57:31 3/02/103 (0)
The Michigan Bass Chapter Federation Inc.(MBCF) - Dennis Beltz 14:08:12 3/02/103 (0)
boat raffle - Mark Gomez 10:46:37 3/02/103 (0)
Boat For Sale - Paul Soma 23:17:36 3/01/103 (0)
Classic Series: Excerpts from the MBCF Members’ Handbook - Eric Bond 11:17:40 3/01/103 (0)
Lets get some answers - Jason 21:17:06 2/28/103 (8)
Re: Lets get some answers - djkimmel 22:25:17 2/28/103 (7)
Re: Lets get some answers - Ralph Blasey 01:26:57 3/01/103 (1)
Re: Lets get some answers - Doug Hedberg 12:48:52 3/01/103 (0)
Question for Dan - Bryan Plenzler 22:49:41 2/28/103 (4)
Re: Question for Dan - djkimmel 21:06:33 3/01/103 (2)
Re: Question for Dan - Mark Gomez 10:24:17 3/02/103 (1)
Re: Question for Dan - Doug Hedberg 19:19:39 3/02/103 (0)
Re: Question for Dan - Doug Hedberg 12:40:27 3/01/103 (0)
Classic Series and Federation - Brian Best 16:43:56 2/28/103 (0)
Question’s - Doug Phillips 12:25:19 2/28/103 (2)
Re: Question’s - Bryan Plenzler 12:48:29 2/28/103 (1)
Re: Question’s - Jason 16:20:51 2/28/103 (0)
Classic Series and April Presidents meeting - Tom Thacker 04:03:58 2/28/103 (4)
Re: Classic Series and April Presidents meeting - Paul Grandsko 08:35:22 2/28/103 (3)
Tough Questions - Bryan Plenzler 10:17:27 2/28/103 (2)
Re: Tough Questions - Paul Grandsko 17:59:58 2/28/103 (1)
Re: Tough Questions - Bryan Plenzler 19:05:24 2/28/103 (0)
Classic Series anglers wanted, Puppies need not apply! - Eric Bond 16:13:39 2/27/103 (6)
Re: Classic Series anglers wanted, Puppies need not apply! - Neil Heiden 16:19:14 2/28/103 (0)
Re: Deal with it - Bryan Plenzler 22:03:38 2/27/103 (0)
Re: Deal with it - Bryan Plenzler 22:00:31 2/27/103 (0)
Re: Classic Series anglers wanted, Puppies need not apply! - Jason 17:44:48 2/27/103 (2)
Re: Classic Series anglers wanted, Puppies need not apply! - mini 23:06:30 3/03/103 (0)
Re: Classic Series anglers wanted, Puppies need not apply! - TRTONBB 09:25:21 2/28/103 (0)
NoMessagePleaseReadBothBigDogs - Doug Phillips 11:49:22 2/27/103 (0)
Big Dog - Doug Phillips 11:44:02 2/27/103 (3)
Re: Big Dog - Bryan Plenzler 13:03:48 2/27/103 (2)
Re: Big Dog - djkimmel 23:03:05 2/27/103 (1)
Thanks Dan! n/m - Bryan Plenzler 10:03:12 2/28/103 (0)
BIG DOGS - Doug Phillips 10:45:41 2/27/103 (1)
Re: BIG DOGS - djkimmel 23:04:56 2/27/103 (0)
Classic vs. Federation vs. members - Brent Ford 19:30:12 2/26/103 (2)
Re: Classic vs. Federation vs. members - Doug Hedberg 02:35:54 2/27/103 (1)
Re: Classic vs. Federation vs. members - djkimmel 23:10:06 2/27/103 (0)
Dougs BIG DOGS - Jason 18:30:52 2/26/103 (6)
Re: Dougs BIG DOGS - djkimmel 23:13:57 2/27/103 (1)
Re: Dougs BIG DOGS - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 21:11:33 3/07/103 (0)
Re: Dougs BIG DOGS - Doug Phillips 10:52:12 2/27/103 (1)
Re: Dougs BIG DOGS - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 21:26:22 3/07/103 (0)
Jason - Bryan Plenzler 22:04:53 2/26/103 (0)
Re: Dougs BIG DOGS - Dave Carter 19:20:11 2/26/103 (0)
Classic Series - Tom Thacker 14:58:53 2/26/103 (0)
Early Catch and release - GRBC 11:54:45 2/25/103 (1)
Re: Early Catch and release - djkimmel 22:54:15 2/25/103 (0)
More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Another concerned member 04:52:40 2/25/103 (18)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Paul Soma 20:20:14 2/25/103 (0)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Doug Phillips -Tournament Director 12:13:51 2/25/103 (4)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Brent Ford 19:26:34 2/26/103 (0)
Response to Doug Phillips - Dave Springs 21:02:50 2/25/103 (2)
Re: Response to Doug Phillips - Eric Bond 15:17:22 2/27/103 (0)
Re: Response to Doug Phillips - Dave Carter 18:23:14 2/26/103 (0)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Doug Phillips -Tournament Director 12:11:32 2/25/103 (11)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Roy T 04:44:36 2/26/103 (0)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - BP 17:56:24 2/25/103 (9)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Mark M 19:58:23 2/25/103 (8)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - BP 21:03:34 2/25/103 (7)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Doug Hedberg 02:00:09 2/26/103 (6)
What about the Classic Series expenses, Doug??? - BP 09:58:31 2/26/103 (5)
Re: What about the Classic Series expenses, Doug??? - Doug Hedberg 10:51:10 2/26/103 (4)
Re: What about the Classic Series expenses, Doug??? - John Maniaci 12:27:11 2/26/103 (3)
Re: What about the Classic Series expenses, Doug??? - Dave Carter 18:36:36 2/26/103 (0)
John - Bryan Plenzler 13:01:40 2/26/103 (1)
Re: John - Doug Hedberg 02:26:09 2/27/103 (0)
More on Survey Results from Classic Series - Another concerned member 04:52:14 2/25/103 (1)
Re: More on Survey Results from Classic Series - jason 18:12:11 2/25/103 (0)
Legal spring catch-and-release bass season opinions - Dan Kimmel 00:45:31 2/25/103 (0)
1996 BassCat Pantera 11 forsale - Mike Krikke 20:40:13 2/23/103 (0)
1996 BassCat Pantera 11 forsale - Mike Krikke 20:37:30 2/23/103 (0)
Casting Kids Schedule - Mark Gomez 00:15:38 2/23/103 (2)
Re: Casting Kids Schedule - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 20:12:06 3/07/103 (0)
Re: Casting Kids Schedule - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 20:11:47 3/07/103 (0)
Bass Fishin’ - Brian Masters 22:11:59 2/19/103 (1)
Re: Bass Fishin’ - BEAR 08:23:01 2/20/103 (0)
Classic Seris Surv. - T.O 15:47:38 2/19/103 (0)
Survey Results from Classic Series - Doug Hedberg 20:15:10 2/18/103 (4)
Re: Survey Results from Classic Series - jason 22:55:05 2/19/103 (3)
Re: Survey Results from Classic Series - Doug Hedberg 18:27:37 2/20/103 (1)
Re: Survey Results from Classic Series - KTcommanche 16:15:23 2/23/103 (0)
Tournament locations - jason 22:53:59 2/17/103 (16)
Re: Tournament locations - Ron 14:06:03 2/18/103 (0)
Re: Tournament locations - Fred 07:43:51 2/18/103 (14)
Re: Tournament locations - Dennis Beltz 13:16:38 2/18/103 (13)
Re: Tournament locations - jason 15:28:40 2/18/103 (12)
Re: Tournament locations - Mark M 18:38:21 2/18/103 (11)
Re: Tournament locations - jason 19:49:46 2/18/103 (10)
Re: Tournament locations - Paul grandsko 18:21:29 2/20/103 (9)
Re: Tournament locations - Jason 23:17:13 2/20/103 (8)
Re: Tournament locations - John Maniaci 02:09:11 2/21/103 (0)
Re: Tournament locations - djkimmel 02:06:39 2/21/103 (6)
Re: Tournament locations - John Maniaci 02:10:37 2/21/103 (5)
Re: Tournament locations - jason 22:43:13 2/21/103 (4)
Re: Tournament locations - djkimmel 23:45:48 2/21/103 (2)
Re: Tournament locations - Concerned Member 16:44:04 2/23/103 (1)
Re: Tournament locations - djkimmel 00:37:22 2/25/103 (0)
Re: Tournament locations - Doug Hedberg 23:26:48 2/21/103 (0)
WANTED 20 FOOT BASS BOAT/NOMOTOR - Ed Rogers 14:22:58 2/16/103 (1)
Re: WANTED 20 FOOT BASS BOAT/NOMOTOR - Mark M 18:42:32 2/18/103 (0)
The Classic Series and where to stay - Paul Grandsko 08:15:16 2/16/103 (1)
Re: The Classic Series and where to stay - Ralph Blasey 12:26:30 3/06/103 (0)
Rods for Sale - Jason 19:06:27 2/15/103 (2)
Re: Rods for Sale - Brian 19:48:37 2/15/103 (1)
Re: Rods for Sale - Brian 19:51:18 2/15/103 (0)
Federation Promotion - Dennis Beltz 10:02:05 2/15/103 (0)
looking to upgrade trolling motor - Sharon Leonardi 23:04:40 2/13/103 (1)
Re: looking to upgrade trolling motor - Ralph Blasey 12:27:55 2/18/103 (0)
Ranger 520 / Yamaha Great price - djkimmel 23:25:58 2/12/103 (1)
Re: Ranger 520 / Yamaha Great price - David Simmons 23:00:11 2/14/103 (0)
Ranger 520 / Yamaha Great price - djkimmel 23:25:00 2/12/103 (0)
fish university - Curt 18:24:00 2/11/103 (1)
Re: fish university - Ron 07:15:56 2/12/103 (0)
Fish Grey & Bruce, Ontario, Canada - Bruce Grey 15:51:32 2/09/103 (0)
Married couple looking for fishing friends - Greg Green 20:47:50 2/08/103 (1)
Re: Married couple looking for fishing friends - Brian 20:02:16 2/15/103 (0)
OPEN TOURNAMENTS 2023 - Sharon Leonardi 20:29:11 2/07/103 (1)
Re: OPEN TOURNAMENTS 2023 - Jaye Smith 02:55:53 5/06/103 (0)
Which Rod to BUY??? - Tony Scagneti 10:59:33 2/06/103 (2)
Re: Which Rod to BUY??? - Jeff 16:34:09 2/09/103 (0)
Re: Which Rod to BUY??? - Jay 09:50:42 2/07/103 (0)
world records of 48 bass/perch species worldwide - Heinz Machacek 15:15:55 2/05/103 (0)
classic info needed - rob daniels 13:50:32 2/05/103 (1)
Re: classic info needed - Doug Phillips 09:37:08 2/07/103 (0)
federation membership - Rob Daniels 20:28:53 2/04/103 (1)
Re: federation membership - Doug Hedberg 21:09:02 2/04/103 (0)
largemouth disease - Curt 20:19:33 2/04/103 (2)
Re: largemouth disease - djkimmel 00:09:26 2/05/103 (0)
Re: largemouth disease - djkimmel 00:08:53 2/05/103 (0)
emails addresses - Sharon Leonardi 17:21:57 2/02/103 (0)
New Bass Club - mark 16:38:11 2/02/103 (0)
Yamamoto baits - Curt Zaske 21:30:16 2/01/103 (2)
Re: Yamamoto baits - Mark 16:36:14 2/02/103 (1)
Re: Yamamoto baits - ted kulbacki 07:42:42 4/24/103 (0)
bed fishing - BassMaster - djkimmel 23:04:50 1/31/103 (11)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - Glenn Cook 18:01:21 2/02/103 (10)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - Mike O 23:27:10 2/17/103 (4)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - mike 22:34:11 2/20/103 (3)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - Mike O 22:36:27 2/20/103 (2)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - Mike O 22:44:04 2/20/103 (1)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - djkimmel 14:56:54 2/21/103 (0)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - djkimmel 01:28:34 2/03/103 (4)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - Mini 12:04:14 2/03/103 (3)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - djkimmel 14:03:43 2/03/103 (0)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - Dave 14:03:29 2/03/103 (1)
Re: bed fishing - BassMaster - djkimmel 14:08:16 2/03/103 (0)
Spam - Andy 09:56:57 1/30/103 (3)
Re: Spam - Doug Hedberg 22:00:24 1/31/103 (0)
Re: Spam - Mac 12:02:42 1/31/103 (0)
Re: Spam - Mac 07:48:07 1/31/103 (0)
Sterling Hts. Bass Club ? - Ray Ahonen 19:49:24 1/28/103 (2)
Re: Sterling Hts. Bass Club ? - Mini 20:27:13 1/28/103 (1)
Re: Sterling Hts. Bass Club ? - Dennis Beltz 10:32:32 1/30/103 (0)
Revenue… - Dave Carter 09:51:10 1/26/103 (4)
Re: Revenue… - Sharon Leonardi 16:30:09 2/02/103 (0)
Re: Revenue… - Mark Modrak 20:38:31 1/27/103 (0)
Re: Revenue… - Mac 12:26:01 1/27/103 (1)
Re: Revenue… - Doug Hedberg 20:06:17 1/27/103 (0)
Tracker For Webmasters - Gina 20:43:46 1/24/103 (0)
4 days and 18 responses… - Mini 19:27:52 1/24/103 (2)
Re: 4 days and 18 responses… - K.Smith 08:15:15 1/25/103 (0)
Re: 4 days and 18 responses… - K.Thacker 20:43:51 1/24/103 (0)
FLW Okeechobee, Scott Dobson makes top ten! - Eric Bond 01:47:53 1/24/103 (0)
Aaron From Holland, Call Me Back! - Glenn Cook 18:57:58 1/23/103 (0)
Ranger Promotional? - Bret Hoeksema 07:04:49 1/23/103 (2)
Re: Ranger Promotional? - djkimmel 21:35:24 1/31/103 (0)
Re: Ranger Promotional? - Dennis Beltz 15:11:37 1/23/103 (0)
Redditt Ontario singles - Tracy 23:49:20 1/20/103 (0)
New Member seeking West MI. Club to Fish - Trevor Bethke 16:57:16 1/20/103 (3)
Re: New Member seeking West MI. Club to Fish - Mike Posthuma 13:21:31 2/20/103 (0)
Re: New Member seeking West MI. Club to Fish - Sharon Leonardi 17:08:07 2/02/103 (0)
Re: New Member seeking West MI. Club to Fish - Dan Shine 20:05:35 1/20/103 (0)
INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Mini 15:16:22 1/20/103 (42)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Craig Paetz 22:13:32 2/27/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Richard Borts 22:40:07 2/22/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Mike Posthuma 13:17:05 2/20/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Brian Masters 19:59:22 2/15/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Craig 18:54:49 2/05/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Tom 11:57:24 2/04/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Barry Hague 20:53:25 2/03/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Sharon Leonardi 16:25:39 2/02/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Tim O’Brien 22:34:49 1/30/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Mark Lewandowski 19:16:10 1/30/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Jay Andrews 01:01:17 1/29/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - bob daniels 20:11:22 1/28/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Bill Vavrina 11:38:39 1/28/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Paul Soma 17:52:11 1/27/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Ken 19:04:15 1/26/103 (1)
pics - pics 08:57:33 5/07/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Dave Reault 17:12:33 1/26/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - ED ROGERS 11:59:32 1/26/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - ED ROGERS 11:56:05 1/26/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Dave Carter 09:24:04 1/26/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 04:00:07 1/26/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Jerry Hepner 12:07:42 1/25/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Ralph Blasey ( FOB ) 19:21:33 1/24/103 (1)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - BUD RODGERS 11:57:53 3/03/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Mark Modrak 17:01:24 1/23/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Dennis Beltz 15:17:19 1/23/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - DJ MAC 12:52:34 1/23/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - tscagnetti 16:41:34 1/22/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Dave R 22:46:06 1/21/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - teardropbass.com 22:15:09 1/21/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Glenn Cook 18:54:53 1/21/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Ron S. 10:12:34 1/21/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Barry N. 10:02:46 1/21/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Andy Machiela 09:09:10 1/21/103 (1)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Philip Holwerda 08:27:21 3/17/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - J.Harris 06:21:23 1/21/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Mark Gomez 23:43:28 1/20/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - djkimmel 23:11:54 1/20/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Mike O 23:02:10 1/20/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Duane S. Mroczka 22:21:30 1/20/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Doug Hedberg 21:05:29 1/20/103 (0)
Re: INFORMAL POLL…DO NOT JUST READ! PLEASE RESPOND! - Mac 19:11:21 1/20/103 (0)
By-law change - Dennis Beltz 12:50:23 1/19/103 (18)
Re: By-law change - Sharon Leonardi 16:46:55 2/02/103 (0)
Re: By-law change - John Maniaci 02:02:33 1/20/103 (4)
Re: By-law change - Mark Gomez 10:10:30 1/20/103 (3)
Re: By-law change - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 04:43:12 1/26/103 (0)
Re: By-law change - Mini 15:11:33 1/20/103 (1)
Re: By-law change - Ron Guilfoil jr. 19:53:37 1/29/103 (0)
Re: By-law change - djkimmel 23:35:41 1/19/103 (2)
Re: By-law change - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 04:53:29 1/26/103 (1)
Re: By-law change - djkimmel 21:48:29 1/31/103 (0)
Re: By-law change - Ken Smith (VP-S.E.M.B.A) 19:15:05 1/19/103 (8)
Re: By-law change - andy 07:51:06 1/20/103 (7)
Re: By-law change - Mark Gomez 09:49:12 1/20/103 (6)
Re: By-law change - Doug Hedberg 21:18:18 1/20/103 (0)
Re: By-law change - Mini 15:14:09 1/20/103 (4)
Re: By-law change - jason 18:48:00 1/20/103 (3)
Re: By-law change - Mark Gomez 23:38:16 1/20/103 (2)
Re: By-law change - Spencer Gross 14:30:44 1/23/103 (1)
Re: By-law change - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 05:16:02 1/26/103 (0)
web pages on building bass boats - djkimmel 14:01:55 1/17/103 (0)
By-law change - Andy 12:35:14 1/16/103 (2)
Re: By-law change - Sharon Leonardi 16:55:25 2/02/103 (0)
Re: By-law change - Ron 06:45:57 1/17/103 (0)
Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - Joe Czuj 19:42:15 1/12/103 (10)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - jerry ryerson 13:01:26 2/05/103 (0)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - jason 19:21:43 1/16/103 (1)
Re: Additional By-law - Dan Shine 19:44:59 1/16/103 (0)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - Dennis Beltz 13:09:41 1/16/103 (4)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - Mark Gomez 23:30:14 1/18/103 (0)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - djkimmel 14:17:54 1/17/103 (2)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 04:27:40 1/26/103 (1)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - djkimmel 22:42:36 1/31/103 (0)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - Ron 13:11:28 1/13/103 (1)
Re: Additional By-law "State Championship Eligibilty - jason 15:13:08 1/13/103 (0)
bass anglers of the sunrise side - tom 19:08:35 1/12/103 (3)
Re: bass anglers of the sunrise side - bob 19:10:37 1/12/103 (2)
Re: bass anglers of the sunrise side - SHIRL 07:05:49 2/04/103 (0)
Re: bass anglers of the sunrise side - SHIRL 07:04:47 2/04/103 (0)
Junior Bass Clubs - Ken Adams 14:21:01 1/11/103 (0)
Macomb county clubs? - Jeff Bishop 22:37:18 1/10/103 (3)
Re: Macomb county clubs? - jjkimmer 14:03:43 1/17/103 (2)
Re: Macomb county clubs? - Jeff Bishop 21:59:58 1/17/103 (1)
Re: Macomb county clubs? - Jeff Bishop 22:01:36 1/17/103 (0)
1998 R73 Ranger For Sale - Tanya Phillips 20:57:34 1/08/103 (2)
Re: 1998 R73 Ranger For Sale-link to pics - Tanya 09:53:45 1/12/103 (1)
Sold - Tanya 20:46:49 2/20/103 (0)
Boat For Sale, Immediately! - Glenn Cook 15:27:01 1/08/103 (0)
Must See T.V. - Duane S. Mroczka 21:51:59 12/29/102 (5)
Re: Must See T.V. - Duane S. Mroczka 09:22:34 12/31/102 (0)
Re: Must See T.V. Correction - Duane S. Mroczksa 07:08:09 12/30/102 (3)
Re: Must See T.V. Correction - Ron O’Keefe 09:59:19 12/31/102 (2)
Re: Must See T.V. Correction - Duane S. Mroczka 22:31:31 1/01/103 (1)
Drop Shoting Laws - Tom Thacker 14:30:44 12/28/102 (1)
Re: Drop Shoting Laws - djkimmel 02:59:21 12/30/102 (0)
Atlantis Underwater Camera For Sale - skeeter 10:06:58 12/25/102 (0)
New Tackle Shop - Ammerman Specialty Tackle 16:26:40 12/20/102 (0)
Happy Holidays !! - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 12:35:37 12/19/102 (0)
Free online Bass Quizzes & Games - North Shore Bass Anglers 19:46:01 12/12/102 (0)
What 1 MDNR fish biologist says about our bass season - St. Clair specifically - djkimmel 00:46:26 12/12/102 (1)
Re: What 1 MDNR fish biologist says about our bass season - St. Clair specifically - Ron Wheaton 14:46:47 12/13/102 (0)
Bass clubs near Albion - Steve Scott 16:12:15 12/11/102 (3)
Re: Bass clubs near Albion - Ken Adams 21:21:20 12/13/102 (0)
Re: Bass clubs near Albion - Brian Masters 21:39:37 12/11/102 (0)
Re: Bass clubs near Albion - Brian Masters 21:34:29 12/11/102 (0)
Are there any clubs near Ludington or Manistee? - Ron Wheaton 16:45:18 12/09/102 (4)
Re: Are there any clubs near Ludington or Manistee? - Dan Shine Tear Drop Bass 19:43:58 12/09/102 (3)
Re: Are there any clubs near Ludington or Manistee? - Dan Shine 19:56:10 12/09/102 (2)
Re: Are there any clubs near Ludington or Manistee? - Ron Wheaton 09:04:04 12/10/102 (1)
Re: Are there any clubs near Ludington or Manistee? - Tom 05:41:07 5/20/103 (0)
CLUB IN WEST MI LOOKING FOR MEMBERS - West Side B.A.S.S 21:45:48 12/08/102 (5)
Re: CLUB IN WEST MI LOOKING FOR MEMBERS - Ron O’Keefe 13:11:19 12/31/102 (1)
Re: CLUB IN WEST MI LOOKING FOR MEMBERS - Trent Wilson 13:36:15 1/19/103 (0)
Re: CLUB IN WEST MI LOOKING FOR MEMBERS - Tim DeHaan 06:33:32 12/09/102 (0)
Re: CLUB IN WEST MI LOOKING FOR MEMBERS - Tim DeHaan 06:27:38 12/09/102 (0)
Re: CLUB IN WEST MI LOOKING FOR MEMBERS - Tim DeHaan 06:25:52 12/09/102 (0)
Fastest Growing Tournament Circuit coming to Michigan - Ian 11:07:30 12/07/102 (5)
Re: Fastest Growing Tournament Circuit coming to Michigan - Larry Leonardi 21:04:41 2/07/103 (0)
Re: Fastest Growing Tournament Circuit coming to Michigan - djkimmel 00:12:11 12/12/102 (0)
Re: Fastest Growing Tournament Circuit coming to Michigan - jason ammerman 18:14:52 12/07/102 (0)
Re: Fastest Growing Tournament Circuit coming to Michigan - jason ammerman 18:07:07 12/07/102 (0)
Re: Fastest Growing Tournament Circuit coming to Michigan - jason ammerman 18:06:43 12/07/102 (0)
President’s Meeting - Sunday December 8 - Doug Hedberg 20:55:01 12/03/102 (0)
Doug Hedberg - Curt Zaske 20:26:03 12/01/102 (0)
bass clubs - Curt Zaske 00:06:20 11/30/102 (2)
Re: bass clubs - Doug Hedberg 17:18:11 11/30/102 (1)
Re: bass clubs - Curt Zaske 20:13:59 12/01/102 (0)
Bass seasons - what some fisheries biologists say - djkimmel 00:10:17 11/29/102 (1)
Re: Bass seasons - what some fisheries biologists say - T.O. 12:40:47 11/30/102 (0)
2 clubs - Bill 16:04:36 11/26/102 (1)
Re: 2 clubs - Doug Hedberg 07:55:33 11/28/102 (0)
Why do we have a closed bass season? - djkimmel 22:47:47 11/09/102 (6)
Re: Why do we have a closed bass season? - paul grandsko 07:54:54 11/11/102 (0)
Re: Why do we have a closed bass season? - Doug Hedberg 09:12:49 11/10/102 (4)
Re: Why do we have a closed bass season? - Tom Overholt 11:04:22 11/11/102 (3)
Re: Why do we have a closed bass season? - djkimmel 23:46:32 11/12/102 (2)
Re: Why do we have a closed bass season? - T.O. 10:53:51 11/13/102 (1)
Re: Why do we have a closed bass season? - djkimmel 23:04:51 11/13/102 (0)
fish pain free - Tom Overholt 13:54:58 10/29/102 (1)
Re: fish pain free - Anthony 23:20:38 11/07/102 (0)
New Product - New Fishing Techniques - Jayne 16:17:38 10/28/102 (0)
2023 federation classic series - Paul grandsko 08:16:19 10/28/102 (11)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - Mark Modrak 19:18:30 10/31/102 (6)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - Doug Phillips 09:02:59 11/04/102 (0)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - Paul Soma 16:57:03 11/01/102 (4)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - paul g 08:16:32 11/04/102 (3)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - Mark Modrak 22:24:24 11/04/102 (2)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - PAUL GRANDSKO 08:13:07 11/05/102 (1)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - djkimmel 22:45:00 11/09/102 (0)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - T.O. 14:13:18 10/31/102 (1)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - PAUL GRANDSKO 11:25:15 11/04/102 (0)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - T.O. 14:12:02 10/31/102 (0)
Re: 2023 federation classic series - Doug Phillips 08:49:26 10/28/102 (0)
Looking for club info - Charles Kaminski 05:29:02 10/28/102 (2)
Re: Looking for club info - Gene Castle 13:06:50 11/18/102 (0)
Re: Looking for club info - paul grandsko 07:56:04 10/29/102 (0)
2023 State Fisfh off site - T.O. 13:42:29 10/18/102 (9)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - Ron S. 12:44:51 11/01/102 (0)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - Doug Hedberg 07:46:56 10/22/102 (7)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - djkimmel 20:58:26 10/24/102 (6)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - Jay Andrews 03:17:02 10/31/102 (0)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - T.O. 19:50:45 10/25/102 (4)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - Doug Hedberg 07:39:22 11/04/102 (3)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - DW 17:46:03 11/04/102 (2)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - Doug Hedberg 21:07:42 11/05/102 (1)
Re: 2023 State Fisfh off site - Jason Ammerman 14:31:50 11/06/102 (0)
Any more open tournaments this year? - Eric Bond 20:19:40 10/15/102 (1)
Re: Any more open tournaments this year? - Paul g 07:55:51 10/16/102 (0)
Contest - Jayne 21:38:05 10/08/102 (0)
2022 Classic Series Classic Winners - Doug Phillips/ Tournament Director 08:54:58 10/07/102 (0)
Early unofficial results for Classic - Mini 19:13:14 10/04/102 (1)
Re: Early unofficial results for Classic - Mini 23:17:14 10/06/102 (0)
Next Presidents Meeting, Sunday - October 27 - Doug H. 20:40:10 10/03/102 (0)
FRDERATION CLASSIC THIS WEEKEND - PAUL GRANDSKO 08:28:33 10/02/102 (0)
Flipping/Pitchin - Mike 12:07:36 9/29/102 (1)
Great Tips! - Jack 12:43:28 10/06/102 (0)
Classic Practice Times - Mark Modrak 20:45:55 9/28/102 (1)
Re: Classic Practice Times - Paul Grandsko 08:39:39 9/30/102 (0)
WALPOLE - PAUL GRANDSKO 15:13:06 9/27/102 (0)
Bass Clubs in the Holland Area - Daniel Black 23:37:08 9/26/102 (0)
Lake St. Clair - Mike P. 12:50:26 9/25/102 (1)
Re: Lake St. Clair - djkimmel 20:22:21 9/25/102 (0)
Fall boat cleaning - skeeter 21:09:53 9/24/102 (0)
Not yet? - Ron S. 13:49:36 9/24/102 (7)
Re: Not yet? - Spencer Gross 11:58:45 10/02/102 (0)
Re: Not yet? - Ron S. 07:31:37 10/01/102 (0)
Re: Not yet? - Dave Elmblad 17:19:38 9/27/102 (0)
Re: Not yet? - Ron S. 09:56:12 9/27/102 (0)
Re: Not yet? - Doug Phillips 17:19:07 9/25/102 (2)
Re: Not yet? - Doug 08:38:05 9/27/102 (1)
Re: Not yet? - Spencer Gross 09:31:25 9/27/102 (0)
Results are now available - Doug 18:27:16 9/23/102 (2)
Re: Results are now available - Me 07:25:55 9/24/102 (1)
Re: Results are now available - Doug 16:21:57 9/25/102 (0)
Thank You!!! - Glen Cook 17:56:54 9/23/102 (0)
Who won? - S.E.M.B.A. 02:08:39 9/22/102 (2)
Re: Who won? - Mini 09:01:22 9/23/102 (1)
Re: Who won? - Doug 18:25:42 9/23/102 (0)
Holland Clubs - Andy Machiela 09:57:06 9/19/102 (0)
Holland, MI Bass Clubs - Rick De Boer 09:45:22 9/19/102 (0)
Central Michigan Bass Site - Pat 00:46:51 9/17/102 (2)
Re: Central Michigan Bass Site - tom ellsworth 08:59:10 3/27/103 (1)
Re: Central Michigan Bass Site - tom ellsworth 09:02:49 3/27/103 (0)
Congrats to Tony and the rest of the State Team! - Mini 11:08:49 9/14/102 (0)
never mind last post, found it at BASS website - Ron S. 12:02:18 9/12/102 (0)
State Team - Ron S. 11:56:02 9/12/102 (1)
Re: State Team - Joe Czuj 16:59:33 9/12/102 (0)
9/9/02 sportsman’s forum with Lt. Governer Dick Posthumus - djkimmel 01:44:22 9/11/102 (3)
Mail Forwarding Service - Get a Street USA Address NOW - Mail Forwarding 00:31:37 12/06/102 (0)
Mail Forwarding Service - Get a Street USA Address NOW - Mail Forwarding 00:31:34 12/06/102 (0)
Re: 9/9/02 sportsman’s forum with Lt. Governer Dick Posthumus - Greg Glasser 20:51:30 9/16/102 (0)
Next meeting - Mark Gomez 22:01:06 9/10/102 (1)
Re: Next meeting - Doug Hedberg 18:02:12 9/11/102 (0)
Hotels Muskegon Fish Off - J harris 09:45:41 9/10/102 (2)
Re: Hotels Muskegon Fish Off - Doug Hedberg 18:07:57 9/11/102 (1)
Re: Hotels Muskegon Fish Off - J harris 06:04:01 9/12/102 (0)
lake smallwood - Tony Scagnetti 16:30:49 9/04/102 (1)
Re: lake smallwood - Pat 00:57:03 9/17/102 (0)
2022 CLASSIC SERIES - PAUL GRANDSKO 15:01:52 9/04/102 (0)
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP BANQUET - Doug Hedberg 08:36:56 8/31/102 (0)
re: Great fun and Fishing with the Federation - Tim Smith 00:43:40 8/27/102 (3)
St. Claire Picture of you and your dad - Dan Shine 21:31:56 9/03/102 (0)
Re: re: Great fun and Fishing with the Federation - paul g 07:12:40 8/27/102 (1)
Re: re: Great fun and Fishing with the Federation - Doug Phillips 09:21:55 8/27/102 (0)
You should try this stuff! RESTORE - skeeter 10:25:07 8/19/102 (0)
Lokking for a club near Mancelona - Michael Smith 13:13:47 8/15/102 (2)
Re: Lokking for a club near Mancelona - Dennis Beltz 10:42:33 8/19/102 (1)
Re: Lokking for a club near Mancelona - Dan Shine 12:12:52 8/21/102 (0)
St. Clair 24th and 25th - Paul Grandsko 07:48:31 8/14/102 (0)
STATE FISH-OFF - Doug Phillips 13:10:56 8/07/102 (0)
fish kill at woodland lake - paul g 16:35:35 8/06/102 (1)
Re: fish kill at woodland lake - Ron Spitler 10:51:15 8/07/102 (0)
State Fish Off? - Bret 11:41:43 8/05/102 (1)
Re: State Fish Off? - J.Harris 14:04:04 8/05/102 (0)
State Fish Off? - Bret 11:41:16 8/05/102 (0)
bassen - matt 17:07:08 8/02/102 (3)
Re: bassen - Glenn Cook 19:36:06 8/04/102 (0)
Re: GOIN BASSEN - matt 17:08:46 8/02/102 (1)
Re: GOIN BASSEN - mike 07:50:11 8/03/102 (0)
no stats posted yet!!! - brian feutz 18:04:20 7/31/102 (3)
Re: no stats posted yet!!! - paul g 07:31:13 8/01/102 (2)
Re: no stats posted yet!!! - Doug Phillips 11:24:41 8/01/102 (1)
Re: no stats posted yet!!! - Doug Hedberg 19:07:15 8/01/102 (0)
Clubs Listing??? - MI Mark 17:10:21 7/31/102 (1)
Re: Clubs Listing??? - Doug Hedberg 19:11:57 8/01/102 (0)
Federation Classic Tournament Series! - Stu 08:28:40 7/31/102 (2)
Re: Federation Classic Tournament Series! - paul g 15:57:02 7/31/102 (1)
Re: Federation Classic Tournament Series! - Stu 16:16:18 7/31/102 (0)
Tourney anglers please check out this site - Fish-on 23:53:16 7/29/102 (2)
Re: Tourney anglers please check out this site - Bud Rodgers 12:03:23 3/03/103 (0)
Re: Tourney anglers please check out this site - Greg Gross 17:45:37 9/03/102 (0)
Another Federation Member Does Good! - Glenn Cook 20:05:48 7/29/102 (0)
GNT Open on Lake Erie - Doug Phillips 15:30:55 7/29/102 (0)
Congradulations to Hardy !!! - Ron Guilfoil Jr. 00:46:18 7/28/102 (0)
Visiting the area Sept. like to fish LSC if possible - Bill Hunko 15:18:47 7/26/102 (1)
Re: Visiting the area Sept. like to fish LSC if possible - Brian Turner 10:52:52 7/27/102 (0)
SPRING LAKE &WEED CONTROL - PAUL G 14:20:47 7/26/102 (0)
LAKE ST CLAIR/DETROIT RIVER BASS CLUB’S - CHRIS 11:40:17 7/26/102 (0)
Go Hookem! - Ted 09:00:53 7/26/102 (0)
Go Hookem! - Ted 09:00:21 7/26/102 (0)
weed control - sterk 23:28:03 7/25/102 (0)
how 'bout that hardy!!! - Brian Turner 19:24:36 7/25/102 (0)
The Grand River - Paul Grandsko 08:18:31 7/22/102 (0)
smallmouth bass fishing on Lake St. Clair - MIKE ANKER 13:28:21 7/20/102 (1)
Re: smallmouth bass fishing on Lake St. Clair - CHRIS 11:44:51 7/26/102 (0)
Open tournament July 28th - Michigan Bassin Bums Babes 23:47:49 7/19/102 (1)
Re: Open tournament July 28th - Debbie Miloian 20:46:27 11/30/102 (0)
classic series …The Grand River this weekend - paul grandsko 13:12:36 7/16/102 (1)
Re: classic series …The Grand River this weekend - Doug Phillips 09:26:31 7/17/102 (0)
Check this out! - skeeter 20:45:53 7/15/102 (0)
CREDIT CARDS - paul grandsko 09:54:48 7/15/102 (0)
maryland bassmaster open on the potomac river - Brian Turner 23:48:23 7/08/102 (0)
B.A.S.S North Division - Chris LaBo 21:14:34 7/08/102 (0)
Randall Lake Chain - Greg Rutschilling 13:43:18 7/08/102 (3)
About that… - Toby Smith 15:09:17 4/19/103 (0)
Re: Randall Lake Chain - Doug Scott 12:17:14 7/11/102 (1)
Re: Randall Lake Chain - anmichelle 05:39:39 5/20/103 (0)
The LINE KEEPER…Q & A - Linekeeper 13:16:24 7/02/102 (0)
State Championship - Doug Hedberg 15:36:23 6/28/102 (0)
I-68 form - Brian Turner 15:02:10 6/26/102 (2)
Re: I-68 form - PAUL G 15:29:38 6/27/102 (1)
Re: I-68 form - Jolane Erickson 21:40:58 4/17/103 (0)
Motor guide - Bill 09:18:05 6/25/102 (0)
I68 and clasic series - Paul Grandsko 10:28:18 6/22/102 (1)
Re: I68 and clasic series - djkimmel 00:58:54 6/24/102 (0)
Greater North Tornaments - Cangl 15:25:44 6/21/102 (0)
Bass Tournaments on Detroit River - Chris LaBo 13:47:26 6/21/102 (2)
Re: Bass Tournaments on Detroit River I would like to talk to someone about this event. - James Shafer 14:11:06 6/28/102 (1)
James Shafer call me - Doug Phillips 07:30:43 7/01/102 (0)
Rick Taylor - Joe Hauff 09:05:00 6/20/102 (0)
FEDERATION CLASSIC SERIES - PAUL GRANDSKO 08:07:10 6/19/102 (0)
Randall Chain - Roger 15:29:26 6/18/102 (0)
Dropshotting - Tom 17:01:28 6/17/102 (1)
Great Post! - DAvid 11:47:07 7/30/102 (0)
places to stay in grand haven next month - paul g 12:13:36 6/17/102 (0)
The VERY best Boat Wax/Cleaner - skeeter 09:45:35 6/17/102 (1)
Re: The VERY best Boat Wax/Cleaner - Mark Modrak 21:17:41 6/27/102 (0)
BASS CLUB IN N.E. Mi. - Richard Borts 18:20:14 6/16/102 (0)
Order “The Ultimate Bunk Boards” Online! - WildBass 16:19:34 6/16/102 (0)
looking to join a club in waterford area - erik friesner 12:19:04 6/16/102 (0)
re: lodging for grand river - Chris LaBo 11:12:53 6/16/102 (0)
Lodging for Grand River Classic Series Tournament - Mark Modrak 06:16:16 6/16/102 (2)
Re: Lodging for Grand River Classic Series Tournament - Chris LaBo 11:08:14 6/16/102 (0)
Re: Lodging for Grand River Classic Series Tournament - paul grandsko 09:59:10 6/16/102 (0)
results! - competitor 10:58:40 6/14/102 (1)
Re: results! - Doug H. 20:14:49 6/14/102 (0)
lake erie smallmouth tecnique? - keith 19:47:23 6/11/102 (1)
Re: lake erie smallmouth tecnique? - Brian Turner 18:29:42 6/18/102 (0)
Boat Raffle - KAS 14:08:48 6/11/102 (1)
Re: Boat Raffle - Mini 14:38:22 6/11/102 (0)
who won? - bass fan 12:23:06 6/11/102 (1)
Re: who won? - Mini 14:37:03 6/11/102 (0)
Sanford Lake Open Tournament - Ron Schabel 10:57:13 6/05/102 (0)
PARKING PROBLEMS FOR BURT/MULLET - Tournament Director Doug 10:12:42 6/05/102 (5)
Re: PARKING PROBLEMS FOR BURT/MULLET - Doug Phillips 11:24:45 6/11/102 (0)
Re: PARKING PROBLEMS FOR BURT/MULLET - Brian Turner 12:52:38 6/05/102 (3)
Re: PARKING PROBLEMS FOR BURT/MULLET - mini 14:39:55 6/11/102 (0)
Re: PARKING PROBLEMS FOR BURT/MULLET - brian turner 15:25:39 6/10/102 (0)
Re: PARKING PROBLEMS FOR BURT/MULLET - Tim O’Brien 22:14:18 6/06/102 (0)
Tournaments - Todd 10:03:29 6/05/102 (1)
Re: Tournaments - Dan Shine 22:06:46 6/06/102 (0)
bass - justin west 14:05:28 6/04/102 (1)
Re: bass - Bill Vavrina 16:50:55 6/06/102 (0)
CLASIC SERIES INDIAN RIVER - PAUL GRANDSKO 16:44:27 6/03/102 (0)
PVA Tournament - Glenn Cook/Vice-President/Media Director 07:34:29 6/03/102 (0)
The Ultimate Bunk Boards! - WildBass 22:23:34 6/01/102 (1)
Re: The Ultimate Bunk Boards! - Robert R Webster 06:35:16 11/06/102 (0)
PLACES TO STAY IN INDIAN RIVER - PAUL GRANDSKO 07:29:28 5/29/102 (0)
Maple City Open Tournament this Sunday, June 2nd - Pat Schwierking 17:22:00 5/28/102 (0)
re: looking for a club - Doug Scott 12:04:18 5/28/102 (0)
Lake Leelanau - Gary Delamielleure 10:27:56 5/24/102 (1)
Re: Lake Leelanau - PAUL GRANDSKO 08:12:08 5/29/102 (0)
need non boater for bfl tournements - matt 10:16:38 5/23/102 (0)
State Championship - Doug H. 07:35:26 5/23/102 (0)
New website - Ken 20:20:28 5/19/102 (0)
Hotels/Cottages - Chris LaBo 20:17:53 5/19/102 (1)
Re: Hotels/Cottages - paul g 07:33:01 5/20/102 (0)
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LANSING – State resource officials today announced that Largemouth Bass Virus appears to be spreading in southern Michigan lakes, and called upon anglers to help contain the disease and protect fish populations.
Largemouth Bass Virus (LMBV) is one of more than 100 naturally occurring viruses that affect fish, and is closely related to viruses found in frogs and other amphibians. Its origin and how it is spread are unknown. The virus is not known to infect humans, and infected fish are considered safe to eat. However, it is recommended that all fish should be thoroughly cooked as a precaution.
In the fall of 2020, biologists from the Michigan and Indiana Departments of Natural Resources discovered the presence of LMBV while jointly investigating a die-off of largemouth bass in Lake George, located on the Michigan-Indiana border near I-69.
The discovery marked the first time LMBV had been detected in either Michigan or Indiana and was the furthest north that the virus had been detected in the United States. It was first discovered in the Santee-Cooper Reservoir of South Carolina in 1995, following a die-off of largemouth bass. Since then, the virus has been detected in wild fish from North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois and Michigan.
It is now confirmed that the virus in Lake George was not an isolated event. LMBV has been found in another border lake between Michigan and Indiana, two additional Michigan lakes and three additional lakes in northern Indiana. The virus was also detected this year in lakes and reservoirs in Illinois for the first time.
Michigan DNR Fish Pathologist John Hnath said LMBV appears to infect other fish species, including smallmouth bass, bluegill and crappies, but has caused mortality to only largemouth bass. Most fish mortalities associated with the virus involve other stressors to the fish, including warm water temperatures and heavy fishing pressure.
“The DNR cannot eradicate this virus or treat affected wild fish populations,” Hnath said. “However, as we continue investigating this outbreak, we appreciate receiving reports of unusual fish mortalities.”
Consistent with the recommendations reported from the Largemouth Bass Virus Workshop III, sponsored Feb. 22 by ESPN and BASS Federation, the DNR is calling on bass clubs and others who target largemouth bass to voluntarily help reduce angling stress on largemouth bass populations during warm weather. DNR Fisheries Division Chief Kelley Smith noted the DNR will be monitoring lakes in southern Michigan this summer, in partnership with the Michigan BASS Federation.
“This disease has never been detected this far north, and we still do not know how largemouth bass populations will be affected in Michigan’s lakes,” Smith said. “We urge all members of the angling community to help us monitor the waters. Further, we look forward to working with our partners at the Michigan BASS Federation, and appreciate their willingness to assist us in collecting information necessary to better understand and manage this virus.”
There are few outward signs that a fish has the virus. The virus has been found in many lakes where there have not been reports of disease or mortalities of fish. Affected fish usually appear normal, although they may be lethargic, swim slowly and are less responsive to activity around them.
Dying fish often are seen near the surface and have difficulty remaining upright. Upon internal examination, such fish usually will have bloated swim bladders, which accounts for the cause of swimming problems. Red sores or other lesions occasionally may be seen on the skin of the fish, but these are secondary in nature and not part of the virus infection.
The DNR concurs with recommendations from the LMBV Workshop III, and reminds anglers and boaters to take the following steps to help prevent the spread of the virus:
· Clean boats, trailers, other equipment thoroughly between fishing trips to keep from transporting LMBV, as well as other undesirable pathogens and organisms, from one water body to another.
· Do not move fish or fish parts from one body of water to another, and do not release live bait into any water body.
· Handle bass as gently as possible if you intend to release them.
· Stage tournaments during cooler weather, so fish caught will not be so stressed.
· Report dead or dying fish to state wildlife agencies.
· Volunteer to help agencies collect bass for LMBV monitoring.
· Educate other anglers about LMBV.