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Women's Pro Bass Tour Headed for Hickory Lake

5 May, 2021


The Women's Pro Bass Tour now turns its attention to the 2021 season. The second event will take place on North Carolina's Hickory Lake May 6-7, 2021.

This is second trip to this lake for the LBAA and the excitment is running high! Look for more information soon.  Entry fees for pro-anglers is $400 and for co-anglers is $200. The last day to register without a late fee being April 2, 2021.

This two day pro/am event will have pro-anglers competing to bring in the heaviest 5 fish limit comprised of any combination of largemouth, or spotted bass. Co-anglers are looking for the same species but only need 3 fish for a bag limit each day. The angler in each division with the largest combined two day weight will be awarded the top cash prize for her division. One angler in each division will also be awarded a cash prize for the biggest bass of the tournament. Cash payouts in each division will be paid to every 1 in 5 anglers registering for the tournament.

Coming Up…

The third event will be the Wildcard on Cane River in Natchitoches, LA June 17-18, 2021.

The season will round out with the Lady Bass Classic on Lake Logan Martin in Lincoln, Alabama. The Classic dates are September 16-18, 2021. Follow the links for more on membership and tournament registration!

The Lady Bass Angers Association We are a group of women who wish to band together to reach our shared dream of having a professional tournament trail that…Meets our need to bond with other like minded women; Provides the opportunity for us to earn a reasonable return on our financial investments; Understands where our financial obligations lie; and Allows us to provide our sponsors with a positive return on their investment.

The organization’s mission is to provide women with an opportunity to fish professionally, to grow the sport of bass fishing and to build a program that will allow future generations of young ladies with more opportunities to compete in the sport of bass fishing.

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