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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 (11/23/2020):
RCBC Meeting
Next meeting: TBD
7:30pm
VFW Post 8787, 500 VFW Rd.
(Northbound IH-35 frontage between Braker and Yager)

Next Tournament:
Date: Sunday, December 13th
Lake: TBD
Fishing Times: TBD
Weigh In: TBD


2020 Tournament Results:

November 2020 Tournament: Lake LBJ - Results

October 2020 Tournament: Lake Austin - Results

September 2020 Tournament: Lake Stillhouse - Results

August 2020 Tournament: Lake Bechanan - Results

July 2020 Tournament: Lake LBJ - Results

June 2020 Tournament: Lake Travis - Results

May 2020 Tournament: Lake Buchanan - Results

March 2020 Tournament: Lake Fayette - Results

February 2020 Tournament: Lake Travis - Results

January 2020 Tournament: Lake Belton - Results

 
RCBC 43rd Annual Open Tournament
RCBC 43rd Annual Open Information on the Annual Open tab.

43rd Annual Open
Team Results

43rd Annual Open
Big Bass Results


RCBC 43rd Annual Open:

See "Annual Open" tab for more details

2019 Angler of the Year:

CONGRATULATIONS to 2019 Angler of the Year, Tim Champlain. Tim finished the year with a total score of 1085.

Meeting and Club Reminders:




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 Robert Johnson, contact information available on membership tab.

GOOD LUCK!