Welcome to our website, the club was formed in 1974 to give anglers in Southern Oklahoma and North Texas an outlet to promote public awareness of bass fishing. To offer our state conservation department moral and political support and encouragement. Help encourage and enforce good practices on our water systems. Improve our skills as bass anglers through social and friendly exchange of bass catching techniques and ideas. Promote the sport of fishing especially to the youth in our community.
December 16, 2013
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Durant Physical Therapy
1004 North 19th, Durant
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Jeff and his dad (Larry) have been members of the Red River Bass Club since Jeff was just a youngster. He has always been a fierce competitor and this has carried over to the BFL and other tournament trails in Oklahoma and Texas. Jeff finished #1 in the BFL Okie Division
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Dec. 21 - Texoma - Catfish Bay 7:00 - 3:00
Jeff Reynolds of Calera, Okla., won the Walmart Bass Fishing League (BFL) Regional on Lake Texoma with a three-day total of 15 bass totaling 42 pounds, 2 ounces. For his victory, Jeff won a Ranger Z518 with a 200-horsepower Evinrude or Mercury outboard plus a Chevy 1500 Silverado and entry into the BFL All-American presented by Chevy. This regional tournament featured the top 40 boaters and 40 co-anglers from each of the Arkie, Cowboy, Okie and Ozark divisions.
Reynolds said he used a topwater bait, local knowledge and a lot of gas to pick up his second BFL win of 2013 and qualify for the All-American.
“I just turned 40 and I’ve lived here since I was born,” said Reynolds. “I’ve fished here all my life. It kind of threw me for a loop; normally by this time in October the fish have moved back into the creeks and they’re pretty easy to catch.
“My biggest key was super-, super-shallow water,” continued Reynolds. “The gizzard shad were up on little bitty flat points – really, really shallow points. It was mainly a timing deal; you had to be there at the right time. I bet I hit 50 spots per day. I burned a lot of gas running and gunning.
For the complete story and tournament results go to the FLW website.
Long time member
Jeff Reynolds wins
BFL Regional on Texoma