Youth Division
College, High School, Junior Bassmaster and Youth Clubs

Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation Youth Division
 Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation revamped our Youth Division in 2014.  National B.A.S.S. created a High School Division that gives young anglers the opportunity to prosper and improve their fishing skills.  In order to better work with B.A.S.S., Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation completely redesigned our Youth program.  We successfully revamped our Youth program so that even more young people can experience the thrill of Bass fishing.
CLICK HERE to get more information from BASSThe program involves a High School Division and a Youth Club Division along side an improved Junior Bassmaster Division.  We now have three Youth Divisions within our Youth program as well as a College Division.  Check out more information to the right

We offer lots of additional information and help with setting up and running a High School Club.  If you would like to see more,
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Youth Division Tool Tackle Box

Community Service and Conservation Projects for High School and Junior Bassmaster Clubs
Both HS and JBM clubs are required to do some projects as part of their requirements for the State Championships.  READ MORE...
Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation Youth Club Information 
College Division.  This is for anglers in college.  There will be clubs formed within each individual college  These clubs can also become Adult clubs as long as they have at least 6 members.  
  BASS Nation College Club Home Page

High School Division.  This is for anglers in High School from 9th through 12th grades.  Clubs are formed within each individual High School with as few as two members and a mentor. 
See which clubs are currently registered with Michigan BASS Nation 
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B.A.S.S. Announces a New On-Line High School Club Registration System

B.A.S.S. Just went live with a brand new On-Line system that allows every high school club to start the registration process on line and eliminate the need to download a paper packet and mail the information to BASS and Michigan BASS Nation.  The new system allows clubs to register then be invoiced to pay their dues after the registration is received.  The system is pretty straight forward and simple to complete.  After you complete the registration, BASS will send you information to also register with Michigan BASS Nation to complete your requirements.  Check it out at http://www.bassmaster.com/high-school-registration.  Please get started as soon as possible.  Don't wait until late in the season to establish your clubs!!
 High School Club Registration Packet 

 BASS Nation High School Home Page

Junior Bassmaster Division.  This is for any anglers in 2nd through 12th grades, who are either sponsored by an adult Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation club or who want to establish an Independent Junior Club. Clubs can be formed and actually associated with the existing adult bass clubs or they can be set up with a few as Two Juniors and an Adult Mentor.
  Junior Bassmaster Club Information Packet

Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation Youth Tournaments
The 2016 High School State Championship is fast approaching  It will be held on Lake St. Clair again this year on Friday June 24 and Saturday June 25.  We expect this to be the biggest event ever for Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation.  The top two teams will move on to the National B.A.S.S. High School Championship in early August..  If you want your High School team to fish this year, be sure to get your club registered with BASS and Michigan BASS Before the May 1st deadline.  Check out the Youth page on how to get your club registered.

The 2016 Junior State Championship is also fast approaching  It will be held on Lake St. Clair again this year in conjunction with the High School Championship on Friday June 24-25.   We also expect this to be the biggest event ever for Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation.  The top team from the lower age group (2nd through 8th Grade)  will move on to the National B.A.S.S. Junior Championship in early August.  The older age group anglers must compete through the High School division to advance on.  If you want your Junior Club team to fish this year, be sure to get your club registered with BASS and Michigan BASS Before the May 1st deadline.  Check out the Youth page on how to get your club registered.