How To Join
There is 2 ways you can join. One is to join a local club in your area. Another is to create your own club at your school or in your community. It cost $30 a year to be a member. Membership is divided in 3. $10 goes to B.A.S.S. for a youth membership which includes a magazine subscription to B.A.S.S. Times. 10$ goes to B.A.S.S. Nation to help with the cost of the High School and Junior National Championship. Last but not least $10 goes to us at state level which is now included in your tournament fees in registration. We are your local Kansas Bass Nation that puts on your events in and around the State. Once you are a member all you have to do is join our events. Teams consist of 2 anglers and a boat captain. The boat captain does not get to compete. If you're interested in joining please text 913-562-4660 or email Travis Burch KansasYouthBass@gmail.com and we can get you onto the 1st step of registering with an existing or creating a new club.
Clubs around Kansas
KickBack Bass(Overland Park)-682-386-6861
Outcast. (Franklin County)-913-214-7985
Blue Valley, KS.-785-706-1765
Topeka Jr. Hawg-785-466-6564
Creating your own club
Have two anglers purchase their bassmaster membership by following this link
Have Parent/Guardian or School Faculty member willing to be president of the club fill out this form to create the club.
High School Club
Step#3 Pay BASS Nation National Dues
After completing Step #2 you'll get a username and password to login to your roster system. Which can also be found here to pay national dues(Pay after Sept 1st good through August 31st.).
Any issues on this step email BN@bassmaster.com or call (205)-313-0900
Step#4 If not a school club and want to be a community club have school sign release that they don't have or want a bass team. Form can be found here. http://www.bassmaster.com/sites/default/files/bassmaster2011/imce/official_denial_letter.pdf
Step #5 Register for the tournament season
Opens September 1st
Step # 6 Get familiar with the rules. https://www.kansasyouthbass.com/rules
and start practicing on lakes leading up to events
Step #7 Compete in tournament. Weigh fish hopefully(first few tournaments its common to not catch many).
Step #8 Practice for next event and try to make state championship.