Welcome to The Bass Federation of Connecticut.
Join Connecticut's most affordable bass fishing tournament trail for as little as $20 per tournament. More tournaments, more fun and more chances to advance to the state team.
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Tournament #2 Candlewood Lake on May 22nd is now launching at Lattins Cove Launch, 7am - 3pm.
Tournament #1 Results
CT-TBF Tournament #1 Lake Lillinonah April 24th 2016
A Division Winner
1st Place Alex Wetherell 20.70 lbs
1st Place John Horbal 10.10 lbs
See full results on Tournament Standings page.
Join us at the next TBF Open/Team Tournament
Candlewood Lake Thursday May 5th from 7-3
Now paying to 20% of the field !!!
Congratulations to Dan Stevels & Alex Wetherell on winning the March 26th Candlewood Lake Open with a limit of 8 smallmouth weighing 29.25 lbs !
Check out the new Market Place section of the website.
The 2016 CT-TBF State Team (shown below) will be fishing the St. Lawrence River & Lake Ontario at the TBF Eastern Divisionals in Kingston Ontario Canada.
Russ Phillips, Rich Baker, Bill Naples, Alex Wetherell, Fred Perry, Gary Kurensky, Dominic Gambardella, Jake Roczniak, Ken Bugden, Keith Cleary, Tony Viccaro, Jim Johnson
Alternates - Bob Panico & Mike Lavelle
New Regional/Divisional Format
**** Next Meeting ****
The next TBF of CT board
be held at 7 pm on Thursday May 19th 2016 at the
Cabela's in East Hartford. Meetings are open to all members.
Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of the month.
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2016 CT-TBF Tournament Trail
All Tournaments 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM unless otherwise specified
|Trail Event #1 - Lake Lillinonah Sunday April 24th
|Trail Event #2 - Candlewood Lake Sunday May 22nd
|Trail Event #3 - Lake Zoar Sunday June 26th
|Trail Event #4 - Candlewood Lake Sunday July 24th
|Trail Event #5 - CT River (Haddam) Sunday August 7th
|2016 CT-TBF 2 Day Championship & State Team Qualifier
Day #1- Candlewood Lake Saturday August 27th
|Day #2 - CT River Sunday August 28th
Each tournament has 3 Divisions, an A, B and a C Division. Entries for the A Division are $40. Entries for the B Division are $20. These entries include lunker and we pay back 90%. C Division is for points, for those attempting to make the state team through the trail.
|If you want to Qualify for the State Team from the trail you need to fill out the "State Team - Trail Qualifier" Application and attach the $75.00 fee. The deadline for this application is before you fish your first 2016 trail event.
2016 Open/Team Tournaments
#1 - Candlewood Lake 7-3 Saturday March 26th
#2 - Candlewood Lake 7-3 Thursday May 5th
#3 - CT River (Haddam) 7:30-3:30 Sunday June 5th
#4 - Candlewood Lake 7-3 Saturday June 11th
#5 - Candlewood Lake 7:30-3:30 Saturday July 9th
#6 - CT River (Haddam) 7-3 Sunday July 17th
#7 - Candlewood Lake 7:30-3:30 Saturday October 15th
#8 - Candlewood Lake 7:30-3:30 Sunday November 13th
#9 - Candlewood Lake 7:30-3:30 Sunday November 27th
Entry Fee $100.00 per team - Optional Lunker Fee of $20.00 per team - Launch position by postmark of paid entry - TBF Open Rules apply - 75% Payout to 20% of the field
Applications are available on the
Keith Cleary 914-419-0218
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To become a member of our federation one must either
join an existing club (check the club listing page) or form a new club with
a minimum of 6 members. By doing either it will automatically enroll you in
the federation and entitle you to all our member benefits and protect you under
the TBF insurance coverage. Most clubs in the state are actively recruiting
new members at this time and welcome new faces enthusiastically.