Wayne Stallings and Justin Everett finish 2022 by winning our Championship tournament on the Tar/Pamlico Rivers.
Entry fees will be accepted on February 1 at 8:00 pm. After that time this list will be populated on a daily basis.
Our final event of 2022 will take place this weekend in a 2 day tournament in Washington, NC.
We had a tie for 1st place! We went all the way down to the big fish tie breaker to award Adam Baldwin and Jason Tripp with 1st place honors.
We’re guaranteeing a $2,000 1st place prize this weekend on the Roanoke River! Come fish one of the most popular fisheries in the east with the Bass Challenge this weekend. Full pre-tournament notes are below.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Tournament entry fee’s are $100. There are no side pots. $100 will cover your entry fee and big fish prize.
Yes, there is a $25 membership fee for each angler that participates in the Eastern NC Bass Challenge. This fee helps pay for administrative costs of hosting our tournaments.
Yes. You may fish as a 2-man team or you may fish as a solo competitor in Eastern NC Bass Challenge bass tournaments.
No, there is no official pairing process for our tournaments. If you’re looking for a partner, we’d advise you to post publicly to our official Facebook page.
Yes. As long as your boat meets the minimum requirements set in our official rules and regulations, you may fish our tournaments.
You must fish 3 regular season tournaments to be eligible for our End-of-Year Championship Tournament.
The Eastern NC Bass Challenge is owned and operated by Jeffrey Davis, Jr. Jeffrey handles all administrative tasks, the tournament blast off and the tournament weigh-in. There are also additional volunteers and hired personnel who assist with tournament duties.
Jeffrey is well known for his passion, dedication and love for the sport of competitive bass fishing. He is striving to grow and develop as an angler and compete against the toughest competition in the world.