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Looking for some way you can compete in bass tournament fishing, but you don’t have a boat, or even if you do own a boat, the expense of tournament fishing is a little more than you can afford. There is a group that may have your answer – BassGrabbers.

The BassGrabbers Tournament Trail was developed by current Head Tournament Director and Western Bank Fishing Trail Director, Russ Prater. Prater was just fresh into bass fishing and already had a desire to compete. He soon found out that tournaments were expensive and was a bit discouraged. He remembered the quality family time his grandfather and he shared fishing together. He knew from that moment to start his own tournament trail geared for fishermen who could not afford big time tournaments, and for people looking to connect with their children in the outdoors. Soon his dream turned into something special. The Trail has a special blend of inexperienced fishermen and very competitive fisherman.

The BassGrabbers Bank Fishing Individual Trail is a four hour event held twice a month through
the months of Feb-Oct. Each region holds one event per month. There is a western region where events are held in the Fort Worth area and vicinity west of State Highway 360. The eastern region represents Dallas and vicinity east of State Highway 360. Tournaments are won on the total length within a five bass limit. Check out www.bassgrabberstrail.com for a complete list of where and when their tournaments are held.

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