Any California B.A.S.S. Nation member can nominate someone

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — If you know someone who is dedicated to promoting bass fishing and the B.A.S.S. Nation here in California, now is your chance to nominate them for the 2019-2020 California B.A.S.S. Nation Board of Directors.

To nominate someone, click the link next to the title you’re nominating the person for and fill out the form at that link. You can nominate someone for more than one position, and you can nominate yourself.

Of special note this year is the position of Youth Director, filled for many years by Mike Landy. Landy is retiring his position at the end of this term, and the California B.A.S.S. Nation is eagerly seeking someone to fill Landy’s big shoes.

“There is nothing more exciting to me than to watch a young angler excel in this sport,” said Landy. “I’ve witnessed great growth and potential from California’s junior clubs and high school competitors. They deserve a leader who can help them achieve the next level, and I hope that person is out there and able to step in.”

Voting will take place in September. Each current member of the board and each affiliated club president gets one vote. Terms begin November 1, 2019, and end October 31, 2020. Board positions are not paid, but some stipends are available.

Please note that nominees for President and Vice President must have already served on the board for one year.


Vice President:

Tournament Director:

Youth Director:

Conservation Director:



The following positions are non-voting members of the board, and they will be appointed by the board member each one reports to.

Sponsorship/Marketing Director:

College Director:

Tournament Assistant:

Youth Assistant:

If you have any questions, call Mark “Chief” Torrez, president of the board, at (805) 233-0883.

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