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  • Wild West Bass Trail travels to Berryessa

    Wild West Bass Trail travels to Berryessa

    On April 2nd, Lake Berryessa will be the site of the 3rd stop of the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) California Teams division.

  • WWBT Guide to Berryessa

    WWBT Guide to Berryessa

    Wild West Bass Trail Digital Guide to WWBT Lake Berryessa | Lodging, Registration, Launch and More

  • Kerr conquers WWBT Rivalry on Roosevelt presented by Ranger Boats

    Kerr conquers WWBT Rivalry on Roosevelt presented by Ranger Boats

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    Justin Kerr of Simi Valley, Calif. notched another win in his list of angling accomplishments this past weekend at the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) Arizona Pro/Am Division’s Rivalry on Lake Roosevelt presented by Ranger Boats. Kerr kicked off day one by besting the pro field with a double-digit lead, hauling up 28.68 for his five-fish limit. The magnitude of the weight was astounding as Kerr’s single day limit weighed more than all but four of his competitor’s two-day tournament totals.

  • Mohave Welcomes the Wild West Bass Trail

    Mohave Welcomes the Wild West Bass Trail

    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) continues the Arizona Teams circuit with a stop at Lake Mojave. On March 26, over 100 anglers will battle for bass, cash and Year-To-Date points on the reservoir that defines the border separating Nevada and Arizona.

  • WWBT Digital Guide to Mojave

    WWBT Digital Guide to Mojave

    Wild West Bass Trail guide to Mojave: Host lodging, weigh-ins, registration, and more here in the digital guide to the WWBT the Mojave Teams event.

  • Wild West Bass Trail Readies for the Ranger Boats Rivalry on Roosevelt

    Wild West Bass Trail Readies for the Ranger Boats Rivalry on Roosevelt

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    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) wraps up its Arizona Pro/Am circuit for the year with the Ranger Boats Rivalry on Roosevelt Mar 19–20. A full field of pro and co-anglers will compete for cash awards that will top $100,000.Recent rains will again be a factor for anglers competing on the high desert lake.

  • WWBT Digital Guide to Roosevelt

    WWBT Digital Guide to Roosevelt

    Wild West Bass Trail guide to Ranger Boats Rivalry on Roosevelt: Host lodging, weigh-ins, registration, banquet and more here in the digital guide to the WWBT the Roosevelt Pro/Am.

  • McClellan Marks win at WWBT Oroville Presented by Evinrude

    McClellan Marks win at WWBT Oroville Presented by Evinrude

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    John McClellan of Oroville led the leaderboard on the second stop of the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) California Pro/Am division on Lake Oroville presented by Evinrude. Weighing in with a tournament total of 25.11, McClellan topped the field of nearly 200 competitors and took the first-place payout of the $100,000 awarded to the anglers this past weekend.

  • Oroville Hosts Wild West Bass Trail

    Oroville Hosts Wild West Bass Trail

    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) California Pro/Am circuit continues its season with its second stop at Lake Oroville. As many as 200 anglers will assemble on the Sierra Nevada foothills fishery on March 5-6 to vie for over $100,000 in payouts.

  • Hugo wins WWBT Hold Up on Havasu presented by Add-A-Wrap

    Hugo wins WWBT Hold Up on Havasu presented by Add-A-Wrap

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    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) wrapped up its Add-A-Wrap Industrial Decals “Hold Up on Havasu” Pro/Am this past weekend, paying out over $100,000 to the 200 anglers competing in the event.

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  • Baker and Kenyon runaway victors at Wild West Bass Trail Shasta Teams

    Baker and Kenyon runaway victors at Wild West Bass Trail Shasta Teams

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    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) welcomed 110 boats to Lake Shasta on Feb. 27 for its second circuit stop of the California Teams division. Partners Sage Baker, of Shasta Lake and Jon Kenyon of Redding, Calif. bested the field with a seven-fish limit for 28.65, leaving their nearest competitors trailing by 9 lbs.

  • WWBT | Guide to Oroville - March 5 - 6

    WWBT | Guide to Oroville - March 5 - 6

    Wild West Bass Trail guide to Oroville: Host lodging, weigh-ins, registration, banquet and more here in the digital guide to the WWBT Havasu Pro/Am event.

  • Wild West Bass Trail Heads to Havasu

    Wild West Bass Trail Heads to Havasu

    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) heads south for its second Arizona Pro/Am circuit stop on Feb. 27 – 28. Two hundred pro and co anglers will compete for cash awards that will top $100,000.

  • Wild West Bass Trail returns to Shasta

    Wild West Bass Trail returns to Shasta

    Named by many as one of the top spotted bass fisheries in the country, Shasta is known for its abundant supply of four pounders and is ready to kick out a giant on any cast. This time of year, it is quite the draw and a breeding ground of excitement to the expected 200-plus competing anglers.

  • WWBT | Guide to Hold Up on Havasu - Feb. 27 - 28

    WWBT | Guide to Hold Up on Havasu - Feb. 27 - 28

    Wild West Bass Trail guide to Havasu: Host lodging, weigh-ins, registration, banquet and more here in the digital guide to the WWBT Havasu Pro/Am event.

  • WWBT | Guide to Shasta Teams - Feb. 27

    WWBT | Guide to Shasta Teams - Feb. 27

    Wild West Bass Trail guide to Shasta Teams: Host lodging, weigh-ins and more here in the digital guide to the WWBT Shasta Teams event.

  • Cunningham’s claim $6,500 for victory in the Wild West Bass Trail Teams

    Cunningham’s claim $6,500 for victory in the Wild West Bass Trail Teams

    The first circuit stop of the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) Arizona Teams event drew 91 boats to Lake Roosevelt on Feb. 13. The husband and wife team of Victor and Debra Cunningham of Tonto Basin took the trophy and a $6,500 payout with a winning weight of 16.04.

  • WWBT | Time is Running Out to Sign Up for Havasu

    WWBT | Time is Running Out to Sign Up for Havasu

    Time is running out! Sign up for Lake Havasu before the late fee kicks in.

  • Wild West Bass Trail Rides on to Lake Roosevelt

    Wild West Bass Trail Rides on to Lake Roosevelt

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    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) kicks of the premiere of the Arizona Teams circuit on Feb. 13 at Lake Roosevelt.