Club News
Tourney Stats
Annual Open
Bass Resources
Welcome to the River City Bass Club.
We hope you will gain an understanding of who we are and what we do as an organization to promote the sport of angling. So come inside and view our Constitution and By-Laws, Meeting Schedule, Tournament Schedule and Tournament Results.

Club Update (04/24/2017):
RCBC Meeting
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Shoreline Boat and RV
16117 Central Commerce Dr.
Pflugerville, TX 78660

Next Tournament:
Dates: Sunday, May 7th
Lake: TBD
Fishing Times: TBD
Weigh In: TBD

2017 Tournament Results:

March 2017 Tournament: Lake Travis - Results

February 2017 Tournament: Lake Falcon - Results

January 2017 Tournament: Lake Buchanan - Results

RCBC 40th Annual Open Tournament
RCBC 40th Annual Open Information on the Annual Open tab.

40th Annual Open
Team Results

40th Annual Open
Big Bass Results

RCBC 40th Annual Open:

CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to Trey Groce and Gary Groce for their first place winning stringer of 17.96lbs and a kicker big bass of 7.05lbs.
Thank you all who participated in our Open and making it a successful tournament.

2016 Angler of the Year:

CONGRATULATIONS to 2016 Angler of the Year, Andy Zavala. Andy finished the year with a total score of 1088.

Meeting and Club Reminders:

Next meeting is May 2nd, 2017 at Shoreline Boat and RV
16117 Central Commerce Dr. Pflugerville, TX 78660
Meeting starts at 7:30pm sharp and dinner will be provided by Shoreline.

Tournament Reminders:

You or your partner must be in line with fish within 30 minutes after the stop time to have your fish weighed. This was discussed at a club meeting and only if you or your partner with fish are in line by 30 minutes after the stop time, will your fish be weighed. Not on the ramp, in the parking lot on boat, etc.. Must be in line!

You must pay your entry fee before you weigh your fish or they will not be weighed.

Please Do Not Call tournament directors or board members later than 10:00pm CST to sign up for tournament.

Also as a reminder, please try your best to keep fish alive. With summer months on us, fish will need ice, aeration or Keep Alive granules to keep fish alive.

For tournament questions contact Gilbert Torres, contact information available on membership tab.