Sturtevant, Wis., May 5, 2010 – BRP and Evinrude announce the renewed partnership with The Bass Federation (TBF), the oldest and largest organized grass roots angling organization in the United States. TBF members are eligible for product rebates as well as contingency tournament funds through the expanded program.
The 2010 program offers an expanded voucher program, incentivising potential engine purchasers to buy an Evinrude E-TEC outboard engine. The lucrative voucher program is available to current federation members in each state chapter and is in addition to any current Evinrude retail incentive programs. A cash contingency has also been added to state federation winners running Evinrude E-TEC product at each state championship event. Read more
2010 TBF Division Championship Tournament
Series Begin Next Week in California With SW Division
It's that busy time of the year again! TBF Staff & Volunteers will be preparing for the first TBF Division Tournament of the season in Bethel Island, CA next week. The tournament is May 11-14 on the California Delta.
Every year, the top 12 anglers of every state compete in the TBF Divisional Tournament Series. The top 2 finishers of each state in the divisional tournament move on to the TBF National Championship.  Each year, one State Federation within that Division hosts the event, having a different state on a rotation schedule.
TBF has 7 Divisions for the 47 State Federations to compete in - Northwestern, Southwestern, Northern, Central, Southern, Eastern & Mid-Atlantic. For more information about the individual State Federations, visit the State Federation page.
The next Divisional Tournament will be the Northwest Division Championship hosted by the Montana Bass Federation the first week of June. For the full list of Division Championships, visit our Division Tournament Series Page on our website at www.bassfederation.com.
Correction: Last week we reported that Kevin Wells was competing for the Southern Division as a Co-Angler. That is incorrect, Kevin competed for the Northern Division.