The INDIANHEAD BASSERS Bass Club is the oldest active bass club in the state of Wisconsin. It was started in 1973, with an average membership of 22 fisher persons each year and is a member of the Wisconsin Bass Federation Nation. The club also has the oldest active member of Wisconsin Bass Federation Nation we believe in the state that being Charlie Briggs from New Richmond Wisconsin. Charlie is 90 Year sold and fishes every club tournament. He has taught many a young angler the ways of bass fishing. The bass club partakes in many other worth while projects. They have kids fishing day that allows the kids to see how the bass club works and fish a tournament. Wisconsin angling skills instructor. They do seminars at the library in Somerset Wisconsin each summer. They work with one of the local Boy Scout troops instructing them on fishing skills and good sportsmanship. The home of record is still St. Croix County for the State Federation where it started. The Wisconsin B.A.S.S. Federation Nation has grown to over 500 members and over 35 clubs, sense the early 1970's. The Federation enjoys a very steady growth of fisher persons each year. If you wish to learn more about a BASS club in your area please contact B.A.S.S. Bass Anglers Sportsman's Society and ask for the Federation Nation department.
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