USA Bass is excited to announce that Power-Pole has become the official Shallow Water Anchor of USA Bass and the 2022 Bass World Championship. For over 20 years, Power-Pole Shallow Water Anchors has been the innovator in giving you total boat control. “The support of Power-Pole is a huge step forward for USA Bass,” says USA Bass President Mark Schlarb. “Our USA Bass Fishing team is ready to compete at the World Bass Fishing Championship at Lake Murray in Columbia, SC this…

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The bass fishing world has been patiently waiting to participate in the 2022 Bass Fishing World Championship. They are also eager to fish the legendary waters of South Carolina’s Lake Murray. The host Capital City/Lake Murray Country RTBhas held several professional world championship events (Forest Wood Cups) in the past. This event is much different for several reasons. This event is sanctioned by the amateur world fishing organization known as FIPSED – website here FIPSED is the link between sport fishing and…

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USA Bass is excited to partner with Major League Fishing at the 2022 ICAST Cup to award the top women’s pair a spot on the 2023 USA Pan American bass fishing team. Interested anglers can register for the event at The “USA Bass” division is for women’s pairs competing for the USA Bass ICAST Cup title and a spot on the 2023 USA Bass Pan American team. (Anglers in this division must have their own boat and cannot have…

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The official Bass Fishing World Championship is set for October 16-22, 2022 as the fishing world descends upon Lake Murray in Columbia, SC. The event, officially sanctioned by the Confederation Internationale de Peche Sportive – CIPS, is the only bass fishing world championship acknowledged by the International Olympic Committee through their affiliation with AIMS (Alliance of Independent Recognized Members of Sport) and GAISF (Global Association of International Sports Federations) “We are looking forward to hosting the championship at Lake Murray” says USA Bass…

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USAngling announced today that they have formally created a Conservation Committee, appointing Ben Leal as the committee’s chairman. Ben Leal is the Executive Director of a conservation organization called Recycled Fish, founded in 2004. Ben joined the organization in 2009 as the Tournament Director for the organization, organizing two tournaments that were a part of the On Ice Tour. In 2011 Ben took on the role of the Program Director, managing the On Ice Tour, the two tournaments, and programs…

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