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Bass Clubs In Eastern Panhandle Of Wv

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Does anyone know of any bass clubs in the Eastern Panhandle of WV?  This would be Martinsburg WV, Charles Town WV, Harper's Ferry WV, Hagerstown MD area.  My searches on the interwebs have come up with exactly nada.

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Have you looked at the Bass Nation of West Virginia website? There is a list of clubs and contact info as well as a message board.

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Have you looked at the Bass Nation of West Virginia website? There is a list of clubs and contact info as well as a message board.

 

I have.  Unfortunately they are all in the SW part of the state, hours away from me.  Thank you for the suggestion though!

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I can ask around if you like. Bass nation of wv has clubs from all corners of the state. If you sign up on their forums (use full name as username) and ask, one of the state Board members will help you out.

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Will do, thanks!

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Check the MD Bass federation website, there might be some MD based clubs in that area.  I know of Garrett Bassers a little further west out at DCL, one of our former members is a member out there.  

 

We have at least one member of our club from Hagerstown, just sayin' :).  Probably fish at least some of the same waters...

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Check the MD Bass federation website, there might be some MD based clubs in that area.  I know of Garrett Bassers a little further west out at DCL, one of our former members is a member out there.  

 

We have at least one member of our club from Hagerstown, just sayin' :).  Probably fish at least some of the same waters...

 

Ah!  I hadn't thought about checking MD.  I wouldn't mind traveling to Deep Creek for tournaments, just looking for club meetings to be closer to home.  Unfortunately "close to home" means the Upper Potomac or the WV part of the Shenandoah.  Probably explains why there are no bass clubs around here, no lakes in the region.

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