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Welcome to Bass-n-Tubes

Bass-n-Tubes is a northern California Float Tube, Kickboat, and Kayak Bass fishing club. We welcome anglers of any skill level and all ages to come on out and join the fun of our low keyed, low cost style of Bass fishing and tournament angling.

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June 11, 2017
CA Delta, Mildred Island

2017 News

May 21, 2017 - Salt Spring Valley Reservoir

Salt Spring Valley Reservoir was the location for the fourth BnT event of the 2017 season. Seventeen anglers made the trip, everyone enjoyed the perfect weather, and everyone caught fish.

At the end of the day it would be AOY leader Scott Rouhier at the top of the leader board. Scott had a solid 14.14 pound limit to take the win, and extend his AOY lead.
You can read Scott's report on his winning day here.

Jeff Wilson was the second place finisher with five fish for 13.49 pounds. Jeff also had the big fish of the day with a 3.58 pounder.

Third place would go to Oscar Baeza. Oscar ended his day with 11.74 pounds for his best five.

Congrats to the top finishers, and thanks to everyone who came out to fish!

Click Here to see the full results
Click Here to see AOY standings
Click Here to see photos



Scott Rouhier
Jeff Wilson
Oscar Baeza

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All BnT tournaments are always about having fun. Some tournaments are preceded by a big camp out with lots of fish talk and good times. You can browse the schedule and results on the left as well as check out the archives from years past. If you'd like to fish with the club feel free to post a message on the forum to say hello and find out any special scoop about the tournament you might be interested in fishing.

If you are new to the site or to the club and need help posting a message for the first time on the forum, please check out this page which explains the procedure in detail.

Good fishin' to everyone!