"Hunter of Fish"

Bass Circuit

  1. Only 1 angler per boat.
  2. There will be a mandatory meeting 15 minutes prior to take off. 
  3. Boat order will be determined by random draw during the meeting.
  4. Livewells must be inspected before takeoff. All boats must pass by the Take-Off Boat with their livewells open for inspection.
  5. Five fish limit: smallmouth, largemouth, and spotted.
  6. Dead fish weighed will result in ¼ pound penalty from total weight. A dead fish cannot be weighed for a team's big fish. Note: state law prohibits returning dead fish to water.
  7. Weighing in a short fish will result in the loss of that fish AND the big bass. A courtesy bump is available.
  8. Any angler coming to the weigh-in with more than 5 bass will be disqualified. Culling must be done on the water, during tournament hours.
  9. Check-in time will be announced at the pre-tournament meeting. THERE WILL BE NO GRACE TIME. IF YOU ARE LATE, YOU WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.
  10. Safety, good sportsmanship, and courtesy will be expected and enforced. Failure to comply may result in disqualification.
  11.  A onetime, $5 membership fee must be paid before participation in any tournament. 100% of membership fees will be awarded to the Season Champion.
  12. Each tournament costs $50. This covers the Big Bass ($5) and must be paid before the tournament. Only cash will be accepted at the ramp.100% of entries will be paid back at each event.
  13. Points for the Season Champion will be accrued by a point system: 1st - 30 points, 2nd - 29 points, 3rd - 28 points, etc..
  14. Payback will be 1 for every 5 anglers participating with a maximum of 10 paid spots.
  15. In the event of a tie, big bass will break the tie. If big bass is also a tie, teams will split evenly.
  16. Trolling is not allowed.
  17. Only artificial baits may be used with only a single rod at any one time.
  18. All State and Federal rules/laws will be strictly enforced: this includes boating laws.
  19. Life Jackets are required and must be worn anytime the gas engine is running.
  20. All boats must have an aerated livewell in working order.
  21. All boat owners must have sufficient liability insurance to cover any accident.
  22. Unless worked out with tournament director in advance, anglers must be present to claim their prize and/or cash.
  23. All alcoholic beverages and drugs are prohibited at all times.
  24. Tournament “hours” begin the moment an angler arrives and does not end until the last prize has been handed out.
  25. Failure to comply with any rule may result in disqualification.
  26. All protests must be given to the Tournament Directors in writing within 5 minutes of weigh-in scales being closed. Rule interpretation will be determined by the Tournament Directors and their decisions are final.
  27. Any rules infraction may result in disqualification.

May 30 - Lake Wawasee (RESULTS)

June 20 - Lake Maxinkuckee (RESULTS)

July 25 - Palestine Lake (RESULTS)

August 22 - Juno Lake (RESULTS)

October 24 - St. Joe River; Benton Harbor (RESULTS)


One-on-One Tournaments


2021 Results

April 11 - Koontz Lake RESULTS 7:30 - 3:30

May 8 - Lake Maxinkuckee RESULTS 7:00 - 3:00

June 19 - Barbee Chain RESULTS 6:30 - 2:30

July 3 - Lake Manitou RESULTS 6:30 - 2:30

August 15 - Tippecanoe Lake RESULTS 7:00 - 3:00

September 11 - Dewart Lake RESULTS 7:30 - 3:30

Bonus Money!!

The highest finishing participant at each event with a Megaware KeelGuard, SkegGuard, or FlexStep will win $100 from Megaware!

Email Andy Buss for Promo Codes

2021 Final STANDINGS

2021 Hunter of Fish

Kyle Kaser

2022 Schedule

March 27 - Lake Wawasee RESULTS 8:00-4:00

April 30 - Waldron Chain RESULTS 7:00-3:00

May 15 - Lake Maxinkuckee (RESULTS) 7:00-3:00

June 4 - Juno Lake (ClearH20 Tackle) 6:30-2:30

July 23 - Klinger Lake (DNR Ramp) 6:30-2:30

September 17 - Barbee Chain (Kuhn Lake) 7:30-3:30

Str8-Up Mounts is giving away gift cards at every tournament to The Tackle Shack in Middlebury for the highest finisher with one of their mounts!