What is my bass membership number?

Your B.A.S.S. member number is the 9-digit number that appears on your Bassmaster Magazine label. See the example magazine label. Phone 877-BASS USA if you are still unable to find your member number.

How much is a Bassmaster membership?

Cost per member is $30 (Canadian dues are $32). This ONLY includes your B.A.S.S.

How do I change my address for Bassmaster magazine?

You can change your address online; click here to get started. You can also send an e-mail to bassmaster@emailcustomerservice.com with your Name & Membership number, and both old/new addresses. You may also change your address over the phone by calling 877-BASS-USA, option #1.

What is a BASS membership?

Join B.A.S.S.

Membership Includes 1 Year Bassmaster Magazine, Plus $50 in free gear.

How do you join Bass?

To start the process, call toll free 877-BASS-USA (877-227-7872). You may also e-mail the Nation staff at bn@bassmaster.com. Click Here to contact the president of your state’s chapter directly. Step 2 | Connect with a Club in Your Area The B.A.S.S.

What does bass stand for?

BASS
AcronymDefinition
BASSBass Anglers Sportsman Society (Montgomery, AL)
BASSBass Action Selector System
BASSBachelor of Applied Social Science (Australia)
BASSBaltic Sea Solutions (Denmark)

Why is BASS pronounced base?

Base comes from the Latin word basis which means foundation and the Greek word basis which means step, pedestal. Bass, when pronounced as base, means the lowest pitch, an adult male who sings in the lowest pitch, any number of instruments that play the lowest pitch.

What does bass fishing stand for?

Bass fishing is the activity of angling for the North American gamefish known colloquially as the black bass. Black bass are members of the sunfish family, Centrarchidae. Modern bass fishing has evolved into a multibillion-dollar industry. The sport has changed drastically since its beginnings in the late 19th century.

What month is best for bass fishing?

When it comes to catching bass, every season has its opportunities and challenges. Fishing can come alive in the dead of winter on a mild afternoon, but spring and fall usually present the best action.

How heavy should a bass line be?

For bass fishing, use 8 to 12 pound test monofilament or fluorocarbon line with finesse presentations using spinning gear. Bump it up to 15 or 20 pound test in heavy cover. When casting big swimbaits, crankbaits, jigs and topwater tackle, a braided main line in the 30-50 pound test range is incredibly versatile.

Can you eat bass?

Yes, you can absolutely eat largemouth bass, but they’re generally not regarded as one of the more tasty freshwater fish. In addition, bass from stagnant ponds or rivers can have a muddy flavor that puts many people off. Overall, most anglers tend to agree that bass are a lot more fun to catch than they are to eat.

What is the most unhealthy fish to eat?

6 Fish to Avoid
  • Bluefin Tuna.
  • Chilean Sea Bass (aka Patagonian Toothfish)
  • Grouper.
  • Monkfish.
  • Orange Roughy.
  • Salmon (farmed)

Is Bass healthy to eat?

Like other fish on this list, bass are rich in omega-3s and protein. Bass are also a good source of manganese, phosphorus, and vitamin B12.

What was the biggest bass ever caught?

Official Largemouth World Record: George Perry’s Undefeated Bass. On June 2nd, 1932, George Perry caught the current world record bass out of Lake Montgomery, an oxbow lake off the Ocmulgee River in southern Georgia. The fish (the whopper) weighed 22 pounds, 4 ounces.

How old is a 10 pound bass?

In a Florida study, 822 trophy bass (10 pounds and up) given to taxidermists showed a mean age of 9.7 years. That’s a growth rate of about a pound a year.

What state has the biggest bass?

Georgia. The world-record largemouth bass – a 22-pound, 4-ounce specimen fished by one George Perry – was caught in Georgia. Enough said.

What is the heaviest fish ever caught?

According to IGFA records, the largest fish ever caught was a great white shark that weighed an unbelievable 2,664 pounds (1,208.389 kg.). Caught off the coast of Ceduna, Australia, in 1959, it took angler Alfred Dean just 50 minutes to win the fight against this one-ton shark.