Our Club was founded in 2003 to establish a team tournament series to further the enjoyment of competitive bass fishing. Boat limits are five bass, smallmouth and/or largemouth, and anglers can only use artificial lures-live bait is prohibited.
Tournaments are open to only club members, however you can apply to join the Northern New York Bassmasters by paying the association's annual dues of $50 per/team (additional $30 team lunker pool if you are interested) & an entry fee to enter a tournament. Membership must be submitted 5 days prior to the start of a tournament to fish and all members not signed up prior to the start of the 1st tournament will pay late membership fees, including alternates.
Robert Paradis 6.36 lb SM for lunker & 9th biggest fish ever weighed
Want to join? What to do.
1. Read our rules here
2. Download application (button above)
3. Mail application signed by both your and your partner, both pages along with your payment (READ BELOW)
636 Battle Hill Rd.
Gouverneur, NY 13642
*Tournament director must have your application & money at least 5 days prior to a tournament to be eligible to fish the event.
Any team not signed up prior to the start of the first tournament of the year will be charged the late membership fee. ($100 per team or $50 per alternate) No one can sign up for lunker of the year after the first tournament of the season.
Attention: NNY Bassmasters Members from the 2020 season.
We need to vote on the 2021 Director position.
There are (2) candidates you may choose one of them.
Angela J. Powell Roach
You may vote on the club facebook page, or you may send Brad Paradis or James Moore a private message, email, text or phone call to cast your vote. Please spread the word to members.
Voting for active members will be open until Nov 28th - 7 PM
Stop by one of our weigh ins at our many tournament locations. Be sure to bring the kids. They are sure to enjoy watching all the big smallmouth and largemouth bass being brought in, weighed and released.
Northern NY Bassmasters Club
Plaques- Can be picked up at Eric Tessmers. The remaining plaques will be brought to the spring meeting to be handed out.