Tournament Information

Upcoming Tournament Information:

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Please watch the video first! Once you have watched the meeting video enter the codeword by clicking the button below. Thank you!

Roosevelt Pre-Tournament Meeting! (Meeting Point)


Pre-Tournament Meeting Video Only. 


  • Watch the Pre-Tournament Video on the Phoenix Junior Bassmasters Facebook page or on our website. After you watch the meeting, you will enter the Junior Angler's last name, first name, and CODEWORD on our website, the code word will be mentioned sometime during the meeting.

    • Watch or attend the meeting before you enter the codeword. ​

    • Codeword submissions are due by midnight Sunday, March 27th to receive a point for attending the pre-tournament meeting. 

    • We will draw a name from the codeword submissions for the winner of the $50 Bass Pro Gift Card Monday, March 28th. 

  • You don't need to RSVP for the Meeting, but you do need to RSVP for the Tournament by FRIDAY, March 25th. 

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Must be a member of Phoenix Junior Bassmasters to participate in tournaments.
EVERYONE MUST RSVP-YES or NO for each event

Roosevelt Information: Lake Information, Cholla Campground


Roosevelt Tournament Information

  • Meet at the red Wild West Bass Trail Trailer, in the parking lot, by the Cholla Ramp, Tonto Pass Required

  • Be at the Registration table by 5:30 am, check-in at Registration Table, have a bite to eat & Drink Coffee/Juice, feel free to get on the water as soon as your team is ready!

  • Junior DRAW Anglers must stay at designated CONE until they are paired with their teammate and Captain (Boats by Cone Color: 1-5=Orange, 6-10=Purple, 11-15=Green)

  • Launch Process, on the water by 6 am, Launch by Safelight​​

    • When on the ramp, please turn off your headlights...that way the people coming up the ramp are not blinded by the lights of the vehicles trying to come down the ramp. ​

  • Music will play, National Anthem, Morning Sendoff Prayer

  • Boats Line up in Boat Number order:

    • Ask a neighbor boat what their number is

    • Organize selves on the water

    • Jr DRAW will launch first, followed by Jr TEAMS, last will be the High School anglers

    • Example: Boats 1 & 2 Stage near doc, 3-10 stage closest to doc, once National Anthem is complete boats 1-10 start to form a line, 11-44 start to follow in line, for a smooth and faster launch process.

  • Drive-by Director or designee (call boat, or on the dock)

    • When your boat number is called

    • With Life Vest on

    • Live Wells Open

    • Kill Switch attached

  • RULE Reminders:

    • No minimum for Phoenix Junior Bassmasters at Roosevelt, 12” min for Arizona High School Bassmasters, 5 fish team weight

    • If a boat captain or an angler gets off the boat, all fishing must cease until partners are back together in the boat. 

    • NO encroachment or impeding (talk to the other boats)

    • Boat Captains will NOT fish during the tournament, which includes casting lines or lures, setting the hook, Reel, or play fish to the boat. If a boat captain is caught doing so the anglers may be disqualified from the tournament. For example, the captain cannot cast and hand the fishing rod to the angler.

    • OFF LIMITS: Marina & any other buoys as placed by AZ Game & Fish


  • Weigh-in starts at 1pm, Junior DRAW Flight 1: 1pm, Junior TEAM Flight 2: 1:30pm, High School Flight 3: 2pm. FLIGHTS MUST CHECK IN WITH TIMEKEEPER AT DOCK!

    • Everyone must turn in their boat number buoy at the weigh-in stage, even if you have no fish to weigh in-you must check in at the stage before you leave!​

  • Traditional walk-up Weigh-in, we will provide mesh weigh-in bags, Boat Captains See Seth Starks or Eugene Livar with any questions on the weigh-in process.

Angler Reminders:

  • Boat Captain Gas Money- $40 - DON'T FORGET!!

    • Adults will give money directly to your angler's Boat Captain.

    • It is expected/common practice for all non-boaters to give their Boat Captain Gas Money.​

    • The club will not provide money to parents/relatives of club members or to High School Captains.

    • High School Captains- talk with your anglers about what your expectations are for boat gas money.

  • 3-4 Rods

  • Tackle Box Backpack (preferred)

  • Baits, Hooks, Weights, Line, clippers, needle Nose Pliers

  • Life Jacket

  • Weigh-in Bag 

  • Non-Crumby Snacks

  • Clear Liquid drink ONLY

  • Sunscreen

  • Hat, buff

  • Any meds you need

  • SPORTSMANSHIP: Team attitude, Angling Etiquette, Boat Etiquette