Cabela's N.A. Bass Circuit Announced
Ponca City, Okla.-The Cabela's North American Bass Circuit (NABC), released the tournament locations and dates for the up-and-coming season.The 2015 Cabela's NABC circuit is stronger than ever with the best anglers and the best fisheries on tap for 2015. "NABC prides itself on good customer service, so we have moved the year end championship back from October to September at the request of the anglers themselves." Stated Senior Tournament Director Dan Palmer. " We are looking forward to our 2015 season." For all regular season NABC circuit events of only 75 teams or more the guaranteed first place prize will be $10,000! That coupled with the Cabela's North American Bass Circuit's reputation for first rate, competitive bass fishing events and a stand-alone 100% payback Cabela's OPEN event in Georgia in March and the 2015 season lines up to be a fun and lucrative high stakes circuit for serious bass anglers. Here's the lineup of all NABC tournaments for 2015:The Cabela's Southern OPEN - March 22 Clarks Hill Lake, Augusta, Georgia.The NABC CircuitMay 10, Sturgeon Bay, Wave Point Resort, Little Sturgeon Bay, WI June 6, Lake Wisconsin, Derroka, WI July 11, Mille Lacs, McQuoid Resort Isle, MN August 15 Lake Vermillion, Fortune Bay Casino, Tower, MN September 19-20 NABC Championship, Lake Minnetonka, MNRegistration opens on January 2, 2015 for all NABC events. Check rules for full details.Teams are required to fish a minimum of two qualifying events to earn points toward coveted berths in the NABC Championships or three qualifying events to earn the Team of the Year title. Full details on locations, rules and more will be posted to the website.Cabela's, the World's Foremost Outfitter for hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, is in its fourth season as title sponsor of the NABC. Other sponsors include: Ranger Boats, Stratos Boats, Mercury Marine, MotorGuide, Optima Batteries, TH Marine Technologies.Based in Ponca City, Oklahoma, the Cabela's North American Bass Circuit is open to all two-person teams regardless of club or sponsor affiliation. Entry fees are $500 per regular season tournament and $600 for the two-day region championships. In total, the NABC Circuit offered more than 100 percent payback to its anglers in 2013 and will do so again in 2014. In addition, a small donation is included in each entry fee and matched by the Cabela's NABC and other conservation organizations up to 3-to-1 in support of bass conservation projects anywhere the NABC Circuit does business.