Tennessee Christian Bass Anglers
The Tennessee Christian Bass Anglers is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1996. We conduct a minimum of 10 tournaments a year plus a classic. We are a different type of bass club altogether. Our objective is to make better fisherman by sharing information and how to instructions to all members. Our reward is sharing techniques of bass fishing with beginners and skilled fisherman alike.
Membership requirements are similar to other bass clubs, you must be at least 16 years of age or accompanied by a parent/guardian to all meetings and fish with his or her parent/guardian if younger than 16 years of age. We do not require members to belong to any particular church or denomination. We do share our faith and beliefs at every meeting and conduct a short devotional along with prayer request along with striving to be better fishermen we also strive to become better people as best we can and as timely as we are able. Our members include individuals from varied walks of life including factory workers, small business owners, teachers, preachers, accountants, retirees, and ect.
All entry fees received, with the exception of club expenses and gift cards, are donated to charity or used to help those less fortunate in time of need. Most monies are used around Christmas time primarily in conjunction with children's causes. The Lord has blessed us with over $30,000 locally, in the past 20 years. The Club won the 1998 Southern Division Community Service Award present by the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society. We have had the honor of being an influential club, setting a model that has spawned other Christian clubs.
If you are interested in the Tennessee Christian Bass Anglers come to one of our meetings. We meet every second Monday night of the month at the Sullivan County Court House in Blountville at 7:00PM. We open and close with prayer, have devotions, and a bass how-to session at every meeting. The meetings are a lot of fun with good Christian fellowship and we all learn more about bass fishing. Guest are always welcome and you don't have to be a member, or come with one, to attend our meetings.