A local angler group, which is part of a nationwide organization, will host a fishing tournament open to anglers of all experiences.
U.S.A. Bassin MO-11, a small group of amateur fishermen, will be hosting its third of five tournaments this season on Sunday, June 26, from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Lake Taneycomo.
“We are a small, but fun group of anglers that enjoy not only the lake and competition, but the comradery of the division,” MO-11 Tournament Director Matthew Brock told Branson Tri-Lakes News. “U.S.A. Bassin is a great way for anyone interested in tournament fishing to “get their feet wet” against other amateurs in the area.”
U.S.A. Bassin is an amateur bass fishing tournament trail, which was started in 2003 when Indiana firefighter, Kevin Yeary, observed the fishing industry was lacking affordable and family-friendly tournament trails.
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