TNCBA Represented Around the Region

This weekend is an off week for the Tennessee Christian Bass Anglers, but some of the TNCBA anglers will be competing at other tournaments in our region. March 8 kicks off two different tournament series that will run through the next few months and fish several different lakes. Some of the TNCBA anglers will travel to the deep clear water of South Holston Lake in search of giant smallmouth as they fish the first of three Non-Typical Ministries tournaments. The Non-Typical Ministries tournaments are non-entry fee tournaments and the trail will visit South Holston on March 8, Watauga Lake on April 5, and Boone Lake on May 3. Each tournament has a mandatory meeting the night before the tournament and the amount of participation has been growing considerably each year.

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The second tournament series beginning this weekend is the FLW (BFL-Volunteer Division) on Chickamauga Lake in Hixson, TN. Cody Dison, Kelsey Harvey, and Ryan Pope will be competing throughout the Volunteer Division season for a chance to fish in the Volunteer Divison regional on Pickwick Lake, and if they qualify, a chance to compete in the BFL All-American in 2015. The BFL-Volunteer Divison will visit Lake Chickamauga on March 8, Douglas Lake on April 12, South Holston Lake on May 10, Cherokee Lake on June 14, and Watts Barr Lake on September 27-28.

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Please be in prayer for these anglers that will be traveling and competing throughout the weekend. This is an excellent opportunity for our club to reach out to other anglers and for those who are competing to represent the TNCBA bass blub throughout East Tennessee.

TNCBA members, remember that actions speak louder than words, but godly actions plus godly words are deafening. It can take a lifetime to build a strong testimony and only one second to ruin that testimony. As you go out and fish or compete this week understand that you represent more than yourself. You represent God, you represent your family, and you represent the TNCBA. 

-Fish Hard, Fish Smart, and Catch'em All-