Kick'n Bass® is home to the Strongest fish attractants in the world! We lead the industry with the best products that science can concieve, with three formulas specifically targeting the most popular sportfish in the world; the largemouth bass. These scents are crawfish, anise shad and garlic. If you are not into bass, check out the scents for salt water, walleye, trout, catfish and the ICAST standout for crappie!
Our clothing line and accessories are designed by a “Reel Girl” for the “Reel Girl”, making sure to keep up with all of the latest designs, materials and fashion so we can focus on “putting the hurt on the fish…not the wallet.” The clothing line is so unique, fashionable and fun to wear that any woman angler would love to sport her own pieces while out there on the water. Reel Girls Fish! finally puts an end to all of the searching for cute shirts, visors, decals, floozies, rod gloves and so many other unique items and gifts (in one place) for the women angler!
Several ladies have asked about when they should begin registering for 2011 tournaments. To help you with your plans for 2011, we will provide a little snippet in the newsletters related to each of our tournament locations as well as a listing of the important dates.
Last month we gave a little preview of Sam Rayburn. This month you will find a little on Lake Hartwell. In the coming months you will find information on Guntersville and Old Hickory. We are planning on providing more information about each location starting in January.
There are two important items for co-anglers to be aware of for 2011 LBAA tournament season related to the accumulated points and the opportunity to have your entry fees paid for a full year.
First, a co-angler may fish one tournament as a boater during the season and still have the points accumulate in the co-angler division. The reason is to try and build up confidence and encourage the move to the professional side sooner than later. A co-angler may be more willing to venture out as a boater on her home lake or a lake she is more familiar with and get a feel for what it is like to be in control.
Second, the co-angler who earns the Amateur of the Year recognition will have the option to move to the professional side of the tour the following year with all of her entry fees paid. The reason is to help with the transition and added expenses the first year. It is added motivation to make the move, especially since it is a one time offer!
After a recent incident in Kentucky, Secret posted the following document on Facebook. It is vitally important that we understand that the rules of the road also apply to the waterways in which we fish. Please read and pass this on to other anglers. It was originally posted on the Bass Boat Central Fishing Forum.