Oklahoma TBF hosts Reel Kid’s Casting Competition

The Oklahoma Bass Federation hosted a Reel Kid’s Casting Competition at the Outdoor Expo in Shawnee, OK in August 2021. During the two-day event, close to 200 kids, ages 15 and under, participated. There were two sessions each day with prizes awarded to the kids with the highest scores from each session. We want to thank all the volunteers from Ada Bassmasters and Bedlam Bass Club. Thank you for volunteering your time to make this a great event for the kids.

Oklahoma Junior State Championship rescheduled and relocated due to flooding


Due to flooding on Fort Gibson, the OK TBF Junior State Championship has been rescheduled for Sunday, May 8th and relocated to Sardis Lake, Clayton, OK. For details CLICK HERE. To get registered CLICK HERE


The 2022 TBF Season is Here!

2022 Tournament Schedule

March 12-13 – Texoma – Willow Springs

April 2-3 – Tenkiller – Sizemore Landing

April 30-May 1 – Eufaula Lake – Northside Eufaula Cove Pavilion

June 11-12 – District 6 National Semi Final – Eufaula Lake – North Ramp Eufaula Cove

September 24-25 – OBF Top 8 Club Championship/Buddy Tournament – Tenkiller


Rosenquist and Allen win Junior State Championship on Texoma

This year’s 2021 Oklahoma Junior State Championship was won by a pair of Southeast Oklahoma Anglers. Coy Rosenquist and Jance Allen had a Berkley 5 alive limit weighing in at 13.02lbs. Plus the pair had a big fish win of 4lbs even. This would have given the High School teams a run for their money. Rosenquist and Allen will be representing Oklahoma this year at the Junior World Championship, July 27th-30th on the mighty Mississippi river out of the Quad Cities area in Illinois.

In 2nd place representing the Tuttle and Blanchard  area was Carson Ledford and Ethan Taylor weighing in at 6.08lbs.

Also coming from SE OK Fishing team, in 3rd Place was Chad Beck and Will Province with 3.14lbs

This year’s JR World Championship is a milestone as it will start taking on a very similar format as the High School Fishing World Finals. The future of the JR program should grow and blow up into an amazing annual event for these younger anglers.

With some positive changes to the new JR program brought out some of the top JR teams from across the state of Oklahoma. Both team members have to be in the 8th grade or less to be eligible to compete in the State championship. Based on the number of teams that compete dictates the number of teams we can advance to the JR World Championship. We now can send 1 team for every 10 teams competing.