Bassmatch.com is currently looking for bass anglers in the Midwest and southern United States for the 2007 season. As of right now we have divisions in Minnesota and Tennessee. We are not limited to just these states; we can start a division in your state and near you. Our format is the perfect way to get into bass tournaments without paying large entry fees.
Here is how it works:
Once you join Bass Match we put you in a division close to where you live. You will be notified by email when the schedules have been set. You will then contact (telephone or email) your opponent and set up a time for your match. Things to discuss will be the time, date, and where your match will be held. You have to complete your match before the divisional tournament. Once you complete your match log on to www.bassmatch.com and fill out your match report. Contact your next pairing and set up your next match. You can also fish your matches any time before the divisional tournament. Once everyone in your division finishes their matches we will compile the points to see who will be invited to the State T.O.C.
The Fees are $100 for five matches, which is only $20 per match. The entry fees in your division stay in your division and are paid out after the division tournament. If you qualify for the state tournament the entry fee for the state tournament is $40 plus a $10 big bass pot option. Fees can be paid online via your Pay Pal account or by sending a check.
We are also looking for Division Directors to help run divisions. Division Directors are able to fish in the Matches for free and get an automatic invitation to their state tournament. Please contact us for more details on how to become a director in your area.
For all details and rules check us out at www.bassmatch.com or email your questions to us at email@example.com.
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Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954