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ENJOY THE TV SHOW: We’re bringing the international fishing community right here to the United States to compete in the 2022 Black Bass World Championship on Lake Murray, with a record breaking 25 countries across 4 continents competing this year! Presented by Americana Outdoors and Garmin.
The 2023 Kayak Fishing World Championship is on June 6-11. 2023. Hosted by USAngling, in partnership with Cookeville-Putnam County Visitors’ Bureau, on Center Hill Lake. Powered by Dakota Lithium Learn more
The 2023 Pan American Bass World Championship in Hot Springs, Arkansas, September 7-10, 2023, on Lake Hamilton. This beautiful lake spans just under 8,000 surface acres. Learn more
The 2023 XVII Black Bass World Championship will be in Portugal. The USA Bass Team will represent the United States and compete.
Details to come.
USA Bass Team swept the medals with a gold medal for the team as well as gold, silver, and bronze in the pairs division. Congratulations to South Africa on their silver medal and Italy on winning bronze. In the first Zone Americas the USA took gold, Canada silver, and Venezuela with the bronze. Thank you to the 25 teams for traveling across the globe to be here! More here
USA Kayak Fishing Team competed at Pan American Kayak Bass Championship on December 1-5, 2022 on Lake Cuchillo, China N.L. Mexico. The most famous lake in the country " El Cuchillo" lake. Its fame is due to the size and weight of its bass, who can get up to 4 a 6.5 pounds and 20 inches.
USA Bass partnered with MLF and Keep America Fishing to award the top-finishing women’s pair at the ICAST Cup a spot on the 2023 USA Pan American Bass fishing team. The highest-finishing team of female anglers were Michelle Jalaba and Hannah Wesley who earned their spot on the USA Bass Team. Results
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All team events are made possible by generous support from our fans. Please support to USA Bass Team as they continue to represent the United States at international bass competitions.
Hot Springs is a city in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and gets its name from the naturally thermal spring waters found here. Flowing out of the ground at an average temperature of 143 °F, the hot springs produce almost one million gallons of water each day. Hot Springs is a city in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas.
The highlight of Hot Springs fishing is bass fishing. Many of its lakes and reservoirs are hotspots for bass and are even considered by many experts as top-tier. Its main fishing spots, Lake Hamilton, Lake Catherine, and Lake Ouachita, are fed by the Ouachita River system.
The next four years provide many opportunities for the U.S. team and its supporters. The 2017 World Championship in South Africa is followed by Mexico in 2018, the World Angling Games (the Olympiad
of fishing) in South Africa in 2019 and then the United States plans to host the World Championship in 2022. CIPS, has formally applied to the International Olympic Committee to recognize bass fishing as
an Olympic sport. U.S. Angling believes this four year plan will make this dream a reality and propel bass fishing and the fishing industry to the next level!
The World Championship will become the “Ryder Cup” of bass fishing.
Annually, U.S. Angling will send a “Dream Team” of the best professional bass anglers in the United States to compete against the countries across the world for Gold.