The Team of the Year Race Ends at Cass!
The conclusion of the Minnesota Bass Tour’s 9th season is on September 7th and 8th with our Tournament of Champions on Cass Lake, presented by Blackfish Gear! Each season we compete on 5 lakes around the greater Twin Cities metro, accumulating points per event, to culminate in this extraordinary two-day tournament format. The result: crowning the eventual Minnesota Bass Tour Team of the Year.
Needless to say, all members agree that this is the most anticipated weekend of the season as it encompasses the four pillars of the MN Bass Tour: camaraderie, education, competition, and fun awards. And a heck of a lot of fun!
Familiar Waters and Exclusive Lake Access
Today marked the fifth time that the Minnesota Bass Tour visited Lake Waconia presented by All-Terrain Tackle. Teams battled it out under foggy and overcast conditions throughout much of the day which seemed to keep the recreational boaters at home. The benefit of course was that Tour Members could be even more focused on each and every cast. Still, anglers had mixed experiences on this day, some great weights came to the scale including another big bass for the year.
Calm Before the Storm
For the third time since our inception in 2011, the Minnesota Bass Tour visited North and South Center Lakes. Today’s tournament was presented by tour Platinum sponsor Onyx Outdoors, whose recreational products provide reliable, dependable and trustworthy gear to keep you outdoors longer and on your terms.
West” They Said (and records will fall)!
This past Sunday, the Minnesota Bass Tour fished our first tournament on Lake Washington presented by FVP Parts. After 9 seasons, we finally heeded the call to “Go West” if we really wanted to experience a true hawg factory. Let’s just say Washington and adjoining Lake Stella did not disappoint!
White Bear Lake Keeps the Lines Tight
This weekend, the Minnesota Bass Tour fished their second tournament of the season on White Bear Lake, presented by Blackfish Gear! It’s been 5 years since our last event here and anglers were faced with fishing a lake that was 4 feet higher than it was back in 2014. Bass Tour members were also faced with the fun challenge of sorting through a large volume of 14-16 inch bass to try and beat the field.