The Springs Bassmasters was formed in 1994, originally affiliated with the Bass Anglers Sportsman's Society. Over the years we also became associated with Fishing League Worldwide. We are a club interested in not only providing friendly competition but understand the need for conserving our natural resources for future generations. Come and check us out.
TBF President Rod Allen with his 6.25 smallmouth caught during the Southern Division qualifying tournament held at Navajo.
See FLW/TBF News for final results
Sam Heckman claims yet another national appearance
Sam Heckman competed at the 2019 TBF National Semi-Finals held at Navajo Lake on June 22-23. He went on to finish 3rd overall and a win for Colorado with a two day total of 16.45. This win secured his place in the 2020 Nationals. The location will be announced at a later date. This will be Sam's 5th time he has participated in this prestigious event. Sam nearly claimed the top spot in a previous national event. We wish Sam the very best in his quest for a win at the 2020 TBF Nationals.
The Colorado fishing community lost a true friend in Tim Stinebeck on February 3, 2018. Tim was involved in the lives of numerous people that shared the love of bass fishing as he did. His past memberships in local fishing clubs such as the Springs Bassmasters and Pikes Peak Bassmasters, gave him the opportunity to create great friendships over the years. When he wasn't fishing for bass, Tim could be found chasing wipers on Lake Pueblo with his wife Beverly. Tim will be missed tremendously by all that knew him.
Monthly Club Meeting
September 4, 2019
September 7-8, 2019
Congratulations to Steve Way for winning Angler of the Year boater and Kim Miller for winning Angler of the Year Co-Angler. See tournament results for year end final.