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Youth Events


Looking to Join a Club?

If you are new to MN Bass Federation or just looking for a club to join this year, go to the message board and enter your name and region and we will connect you with the clubs that operate in that area.

MNBF does have an umbrella club that people may join under to be able to fish our Team Tournaments.   TOC/State tournament also may be fished under umbrella club, but would require angler to also have a link for that event. 

2024 Information


The 2024 MNBF/NBAA Team Trail Schedule:

$250 Entry Fee
April  28- Mississippi River pools 4 & 5 Wabasha, MN (Spring Fling) 
May 19 - Vermilion, Tower, MN (Spring Fest)
June 8 & 9 - Big Stone (Summer Fling)
July 21 - Leech  (Summer Rumble)

2024 MNBF State TOC - July 19th, Gull Lake

(Catch, Weigh, Release Tournament) $ 200 Boater, $ 100 Co-Angler 


2024 National Semi Nationals

September 7/8 - Le Homme Dieu

Our Mission

We are a not for profit organization dedicated to advancing the sport of bass fishing through tournament, youth, conservation and educational events while protecting and enhancing our natural resources

LINKS TO Membership and Event registration




Eric Ritter

Phone: (612) 799-6414

Minnesota Bass Federation Sponsors

These fine organizations make what we do possible. Please show your support to these amazing sponsors and thank them for their commitment to our organization. Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities

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The goal of this circuit is to bring the finest anglers from various regions of the Midwest together to compete.