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At sixteen and never being in a club before I'd say look for a nice adult club.  I've been in you situation before and I actually started a Jr. Club and it really wasnt worth it for me to be in the jr. club for two years.  I won every tournament we fished and I didnt learn anything.  The adults in the adult club will offer you so much more to learn from them.

btw- I've been fishing in the adult club since i was 15, only a year younger than you, and last year i won angler of the year and became the youngest person from PA to every qualify for a midatlantic divisional team.  Us kids can achieve greatness too, just make sure you keep your mind open to new things.

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Bud, I agree with BassnBrett, join a local adult club as a coangler. There is so much to be learned from the back of a boat from these guys/gals. It is where i began and my 16 year old daughter will begin soon. She has fished with me for years, knows how to fish. But There is more to be learned about tournament fishing than well, just fishing. it is a great learning experience and you make some friends along the way. Joining B.A.S.S is a great decision, Bassmaster magazine offers information on anything and everything in the fishing industry. It is something i look forward to reading every month. and is well worth the $14.95 a year subscription. I give these subscriptions out to alot of my family/friends at xmas etc................also when you are ready to take the plunge, being a B.A.S.S member benefits you to fish the B.A.S.S events at 16 you are elgible to fish....All my Best..Go Get em!!!!!!!!!

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THX guys and women :-?lol so i dont have a boat how would u join these tournaments do they pair u up with somebody or what.

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you can enter as a co-angler/non-boater and fish from the back of the boat. more cost effecient especially with feul costs, but again a great learning experience..

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I'd say look for a nice adult club.

- muddy

Sorry, to add something constructive to the thread, I'll say joining a club is a great idea.  I am joining fishizzle's club soon just to see what all the fuss is about and to fish some different lakes.

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You'll learn a lot, Bass is a good organization to join, and american bass angler has a lot of tournements where you are joined that day with someone with a boat. Flw is also good to join same reason.

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I'd say look for a nice adult club.

- muddy

Sorry, to add something constructive to the thread, I'll say joining a club is a great idea. I am joining fishizzle's club soon just to see what all the fuss is about and to fish some different lakes.

LMAO! I didnt catch it the first time I read that.  He'll have to wait a few years for those clubs though

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Does anybody know how i can find and contact thhese clubs n md

or no a good club in maryland

Go to the top of this page, and click on 'Links.' Then go to 'Bass Fishing Clubs.' Find your state, and there you go.

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