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Co Angler/Teammate #13986162 05/05/21 02:34 AM
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Moving down to the Longview area 03/10/2021 from the Texas Panhandle where lakes are few and far between. I'm 25 about to be 26 looking to start in my first tournament series in 2022 or even late 2021 tournaments. Just looking for someone looking for a teammate/co angler I can get started. My ole man lived the tournament life my entire life and so I'm well aware of the hidden rules (no casting in front fo the windshield) and I'm pretty good as I think of myself.

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Originally Posted by RSchramm
so I'm well aware of the hidden rules (no casting in front fo the windshield)

What series? hmmm if your wanting to be a team partner, don't make sense.

Re: Co Angler/Teammate [Re: SC-001] #13986255 05/05/21 05:57 AM
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Any series I can get into whether it be a partner in a team tournament or a tournament I can register my self in as a co angler like the BFLs. I'd love to get back out on the water again whether it be a tournament or just for fun.

Re: Co Angler/Teammate [Re: RSchramm] #13986426 05/05/21 12:55 PM
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Makes sense to me

Re: Co Angler/Teammate [Re: RSchramm] #13986519 05/05/21 01:55 PM
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Welcome to Longview. It will be a change for sure, we have so many good lakes in this area. Solid Pawn here in town is a great tackle store. As far as Co Angler events, BFL is the only one that I know of but there are some great clubs in the area. Team Bass and FoM are the larger trails, if you get in contact with them you might be able to find someone looking for a partner.

Re: Co Angler/Teammate [Re: RSchramm] #13986551 05/05/21 02:26 PM
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If your fishing a team event like Basschamps or FOM you can cast where ever you want. Are you looking to do team tournaments or random pairing events like BFL, very different animals.

Re: Co Angler/Teammate [Re: SC-001] #13986555 05/05/21 02:28 PM
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Originally Posted by SC-001
Originally Posted by RSchramm
so I'm well aware of the hidden rules (no casting in front fo the windshield)

What series? hmmm if your wanting to be a team partner, don't make sense.


I think he is boatless and looking to be a co-angler and the unwritten rule he is talking about is to not make a cast forward of the middle of the boat (which Iā€™m sure some co-anglers with boats ask the guys in the backseat not to do).

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Check out ABA

Re: Co Angler/Teammate [Re: RSchramm] #13986721 05/05/21 04:51 PM
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Thanks for the Input on where to go. Like said I'd love to do anything! Locally or across state, just would like to get my feet wet in some competition! Or even just for fun in the back seat.

Re: Co Angler/Teammate [Re: RSchramm] #13986737 05/05/21 05:03 PM
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If you are looking for an easy and cheap way to fish as a co-angler, the Texas BASS Nation has clubs in North East Texas that should have spots for co-anglers that do not own boats. I have attached the link for you. I would encourage you to call the clubs and see how they approach fishing by non-boaters. the clubs will have club tournaments and Texas BASS Nation Federation events. The entry fees are less than $100 and you can meet a good bunch of guys to fish with. www.texasbassonline.com/ne-clubs.

I started tournament fishing in this format and it works for me and my budget. I will tell you that fishing as a co-angler in the larger events presents challenges that you may not encounter in a club setting.

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ABA fishing tour divisions 52 or 54 are less that $100 also I think. ABA open series is a little more and higher competition.

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