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Bass club for SE Michigan
« on: March 15, 2014, 11:05:04 PM »

Is anyone familiar with the Sterling Heights Bass Anglers Club? Ive gotten into bass fishing in the last year or so and these clubs sound really interesting if I could pull the time(family, kids, work). I live in Chesterfield and could throw a rock and almost hit LSC, but no boat(go figure). Not looking to get swamped with pressure or fees, just get out to different places and learn instead of being stuck to the same couple ponds or areas that I know of. Any info would be appreciated.


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Re: Bass club for SE Michigan
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2014, 10:02:35 AM »

My one piece of advice is to contact them and ask them if they have a meetings or group events. It is the best way to meet them and get a feel of how things are done with in the club. Starting with a club is a great way to get in to fishing tournament trails and just getting out on different waters. Also while at the meeting you can ask what is your end of the cost and what you are required to do. I do not know anything about that club but most likely once you get to the meeting or what ever you will get a feeling on them.

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Re: Bass club for SE Michigan
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2014, 10:50:44 PM »

I believe he found out they are only looking for boaters right now but I pointed him towards a few other possibilities by looking at the club list on

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Re: Bass club for SE Michigan
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2014, 08:27:43 AM »

The Downriver Bass club meets at Gander Mountain in Taylor the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:30.  Guests are welcome to attend.  This club has been in existence since the 1970's.

Our yearly dues are $24.  We have a limited membership of 40 and attempt to keep it at half boaters and half non-boaters.  We currently are at the 40 member limit but do keep a waiting list of interested anglers. 

Our club is non competitive and is more concerned with sharing of and enjoying the sport for what it is.  There are no trophies or tournaments.  Only events.  Non boaters share in expenses with the boaters.

We typically fish 12 events a year.  About half are on bigger waters like St. Clair and the Detroit River.  That other half will be on inland lakes in SE Mich.  There is a weekend outing in the fall up north somewhere and sometimes one in the Spring.

For more info you can check out our website at:

Several of our club members are also GLB members. 

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