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Any central VA clubs?

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I'm chomping at the bit to find a club to fish as a non-boater in until I can get back in a boat.  I live in the Shenandoah Valley and there is only one club that I know of over here and all they do is 2 day tournaments.  That's fine once in a while but I have two young kids and I honestly don't have the money to fork over for a hotel room plus tournament fees every other weekend.   If any of you know of one let me know.  

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Yes, there are clubs all over Virginia.

Do you want B.A.S.S. or FLW?

Most of our clubs are now FLW but B.A.S.S. is still around.

Sorry you don't live in Richmond as we are seeking new members for our club.

Try these sites:

www.vabass.com

Then click on Federation and then click on Region 1

www.vafederationnation.com

Check in with them as to clubs in your area.

Good luck.  :)

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Don't forget the Richmond Fishing Expo on January 16, 17 and 18.

You will enjoy the show and it is worth the two and a half hour drive from your area to the Richmond Raceway.

We are also planning to have a big Forum get-to-gether at the show on Saturday, January 17 so make plans to join us so we can meet you and you can meet some of us.

Watch for the Richmond Fishing Expo posts in the Southeast Fishing section in the "Important Topics" sectrion at the top of the page.

Stay warm and watch out in the snow.  ;)

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I'm honestly new to "club" fishing so I don't really know what to look for.  I used to have a great fishing partner and he decided to turn his life in a bad direction so we parted our ways.  Unfortunately, it's been about 6 years since then and other than the occasional co-worker or my dad I've been fishing alone.  Basically, I'm looking to find others that enjoy it as much as I do.  

I'm planning on making the trip to R'mond for the show.

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Go on each web site and see what clubs are in your area and e-mail or call them and get the details about:

Annual Dues

Big Fish Club Pot

Optional Money for Each Tournament Pot

Optional Money for Each Tournament Big Fish Pot

How Long is the Initiation Period - Usually 3 to 6 Tournaments

What is the Age Group of the Guys

Where do They Fish

How Many Tournaments do They Have Each Year

Just ask and then give some a visit.  ;)

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google agusta county bass jons.   we have 12 tournys and a classic this year.  only 1 2 day tourny this year. we try to keep travel to tourny to about 1 hour travel to site.  our dues are 30.00 to join and 20.00 per boat.  pay out is 1st, 2nd, 3rd.  we usally have 12 to 15 teams join but average 9 to 10 per tourny.  a good group of guys in the 25 to 40ish age bracket

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I know I've saw your name on their site.  I actually know several of the guys in the club.  I also fished the open tourney on Mill Creek with you last year.  I fished with my wife in the 18ft Quantum.  I've thought about joining the club but I'm not sure if that's exactly what I'm looking for.  I'd honestly like to hit some of the bigger lakes with whichever club I join.  BTW, I think I'm gonna fish the open again this year.  

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