How Can I Join a B.A.S.S. Nation Club?


Joining a B.A.S.S. Nation Club has never been easier. In just 3 easy steps, you will be on your way to becoming part of the largest bass fishing organization in the world. Click here for a complete list of benefits.
 
Step 1 | Contact B.A.S.S. To start the process, call toll free 877-BASS-USA (877-227-7872), choose option #6 then option #7 to reach someone in the B.A.S.S. Nation department and tell them you are interested in joining a BFN Club. You may also e-mail the Nation at federationnation@bassmaster.com. Click Here to contact the Nation President of your state directly.
 
Step 2 | Connect with a Club in Your Area. The Nation representative will put you in touch with the Nation President of your state. The Nation President of your state will be able to answer any questions that you may have and also put you in touch with a club in your area. The club president will let you know the details and location of their next meeting.
 
Step 3 | Start Fishing After attending your first meeting and submitting your dues, you will be part of the largest bass fishing organization in the world. As a Federation Nation Member, you can take your fishing to the next level, help educate young anglers and help support and protect your bass fishing interests on both a state and national level through your Club's conservation and education programs. Your Membership Services team will be with you through the entire process, but if you have any questions you can e-mail us or call us toll free at 877-BASS USA, and press option #6 then #7 for the Federation Nation. We will help you with any questions you may have. Have fun and Welcome to the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation!


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New Hampshire B.A.S.S. Nation Mission Statement 

The N.H.B.N. is a non-profit organization established to preserve and promote the Sport of Bass Fishing, to practice and promote sound environmental policies to conserve our natural resources, to promote youth and public interest in sport fishing and conservation, to work for an abundant, healthy, and self-sustaining bass fishery; to act as an effective voice for the advancement of bass fisheries, to communicate effectively with organizations that have an impact on the sport of bass fishing, and to support local, state and national agencies and organizations whose objectives are to conserve and manage our national resources.