For Immediate Release:
Date: 11-29-2017 Contact: Randy Walker
We are excited to announce that the recently organized RB Federation Nation Bassmasters, an affiliated club of the B.A.S.S Nation, is now taking membership applications. The first club meeting will be sometime in 2018 and held in the Sacramento area. All details will be provided once meeting details are finalized.
The future meetings are open to any interested bass fisherman, according to Nate Boomhower, president of this local bass fishing/conservation group. To become a member of the RB Federation Nation club, please email request for application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tournament dates will be posted soon.
Besides being able to fish the above B.A.S.S. Nation events, The RB Federation Nation will also hold club events in 2018. Dates and venues will be posted in the coming weeks.
The RB Federation Nation Bassmasters is one of more than 2,000 affiliated clubs of the more than 500,000-member national bass fishing organization’s headquartered in Birmingham, Ala. Besides an interest in improving anglers’ bass fishing skills, the organization has acted to improve fishing waters and protect the sport of fishing.
Since its founding in early 1968, B.A.S.S. has become the watchdog of the waterways for sport fishermen. B.A.S.S. worked to help with the passage of the Clean Water Act that has protected our Nation’s water for 40 years, and also with the passage of the National Boating and Fishing Enhancement Act, which provides over $365 million annually for boating and fishing programs in the 50 states.
The organization of B.A.S.S. clubs into 47 State Nations and 10 International Nations has strengthened the organization’s ability to respond to threats to our aquatic resources at the state and local level. “These organizations are the first line of defense for clean water and healthy habitats,” said the president.
The Nation works closely with state game and fish personnel and elected legislative officials to protect our natural resources, for the improvement of the sport of bass fishing. Other projects include the organization of youth fishing programs and statewide tournaments. Officers in the local club are: Nate Boomhower, Randy Walker and Mike Tremont. Josh Parris will be our clubs’ tournament director.
For additional information on how you can become a part of the B.A.S.S. Nation club program, go to Bassmaster.com/nation