Posted December 16, 2012

As the President of Massachusetts B.A.S.S. Nation, I would like to say hello and thank you for your interest in our organization and for visiting our website.  However you would like to become a part of Massachusetts B.A.S.S. Nation, our organization looks forward to meeting you wherever you are interested.


B.A.S.S. Nation is a “grass roots” organization that exists in part by and for many men and women who live for and love the sport of bass fishing.  Our fishermen represent and serve several communities in Massachusetts alone, the organization as a whole is nationwide and helps preserve the bass fishing world we have grown to love and respect.  Our goal is to promote the sport of bass fishing as well as maintain a respectable image in the local communities.


Part of our focus is to work with the youth in assisting them in understanding the sport of bass fishing as well as maintaining a respectable image as a “good sport” fisherman.  The model of good moral character is something we take seriously and we understand the youth look up to us as well as they are the future of the sport of bass fishing.


Additionally, we like to instill the value of respecting conservation preservation with respect to the rivers and bodies of water that we compete on.  Conservation is a very big part of B.A.S.S. Nation across the U.S.  Many organizations are set up specifically for this mission, which is why this organization as a whole focuses on such a crucial element to the future sport of bass fishing.  Without conservation and clean water, we would have nothing.


It is important to me, as the President, as well as my fellow officers to enlighten you and others about the organization “B.A.S.S. Nation” and what it seeks to accomplish as a whole, nationwide, as it is not just about the sport of bass fishing, however, what it takes to keep the hope alive for many generations of men and women fisherman.  We have many clubs across the State of Massachusetts, with members who maintain their entire involvement in representing this organization in the same respectable manner that we expect from them, to assist in B.A.S.S. Nation’s detailed parts and obligations to the future sport of bass fishing.


Our format is simple; we fish Pro-Am tournament style in our “Open” State Trail Tournament schedule.  All levels are welcome to join and interested parties may contact our director, Jay Guidaboni, on our contact page for additional details.  We will hold annual State Championship tournaments, qualified through each club that could potentially qualify a prevailing member a spot in the “Bassmaster Classic.”  The opportunities to grow within our organization as a skilled bass fisherman are limitless.  Please do not hesitate to contact me or one of the officers for more information or if you are seeking membership to a Massachusetts Club.




Chip Servant

President Mass B.A.S.S. Nation