Regsitration is Now Complete!

The 2017 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela’s registration is now closed and the roster has been set! 185 teams will now prepare for their trip to Florence, Alabama to fish a world-renowned stretch of the Tennessee River, Pickwick Lake, on May 21-26 to crown a BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing National Champion

Schools that have fished one of the three Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series events prior to the 2017 BoatUS Championship event will be allotted two boats and schools that have fished all three of the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series events prior to the 2017 BoatUS Championship event will be allotted three boats. A Wildcard drawing for the remaining 15 spots will be held on Monday, May 8th at 1pm.

Championship Roster

For more information on the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Presented by Cabela’s, click here: 2017 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela’s Details

Collegiate anglers participating in the 2017 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela’s can plan on the following schedule of events:

Sunday, May 21, 2016

Official Practice begins

Safe Light to Sundown

Monday, May 22, 2016

Practice Day

Safe Light to Sundown

Tuesday, May 23, 2016

Official Practice ends at 3:30pm (No boats allowed on the water past 3:30pm)

Followed by Yamaha’s Angler Appreciation Night
(4pm – 8pm at McFarland Park)

Wednesday, May 24, 2016 

Official Practice until 2:30pm (No boats allowed on the water past 2:30pm)

Followed by Registration and Banquet

(2:30pm – 7pm Shoals Marriott Conference Center)

Thursday, May 25, 2016            

Day 1 Competition

Safe light (6:30am) – 2:30pm

Friday, May 26, 2016                   

Day 2 Competition

Safe light (6:30am) – 2:30pm

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