2012 “The Bass Hounds” Fishing Team


2012 “The Bass Hounds” Fishing Team

 

2012 is shaping up to be a great year for the team.  This year the team of fishermen will be competing in the “Fishers of Men” national sanctioned professional tournaments and B.A.S.S. events stretching throughout the East. The “Fishers of Men” circuit is a new circuit that the team will be competing in.  The tournaments start in PA and then stretch to regional events and then on to the national level.  You can check out the circuit at www.fomntt.com

This year the team will be traveling to Washington DC to fish the Potomac River, into Ohio and New York to fish select lakes, as well as many events inside of PA.  There are many expenses incurred when running a team such as this, at this level of competition.  We rely solely on sponsorship, and through our own fundraising.  The major expenses for this team include entry fees for the tournaments, travel fees such as gas, hotel rooms, and pre-fishing for these events.  We would like to take a moment to thank all of our sponsors that help us do our best to stay competitive at this level.

Valvoline Oil Company, Nervous Waters, Strauss Automotive, Metal Menders, www.fishpittsburgh.com, and McElhinny Insurance Agents all sponsor the team and without their help none of this would be possible.  Please take time to check out all of these sponsors and if they can help you, tell them the Bass Hounds sent you.

www.valvoline.com                    www.nervouswaters.com           www.straussautomotive.com

www.themetalmenders.com       www.fishpittsburgh.com             www.mcelhinny-insurance.com

 

  1. avatar

    #1 by william on March 28, 2012 - 6:51 pm

    hi,
    This year I want to start fishing bass tournament in western PA.
    I ‘m looking for a club or a team to join (as a non-boater). I checked a few clubs online but none of them seems to be what I’m looking for… looking for something dynamic, young.
    I thought you may have good advices.
    Thanks

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    #2 by Janice on September 18, 2012 - 6:06 pm

    Yeah I’ve been thinking about trying to join a fishing club too, but there’s not many around for women. Any tips on where I could look to find local fishing clubs that are ‘female friendly’?

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