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Rule 9 Bass Club

Welcome to the official website of Rule 9 Bass Club!!! Based out of Hampton, Virginia, We fish 11 club tournaments per season in addition to the annual BASSN’9 tournament which is an interclub tournament competition between Rule 9 and our good friends over at Bass-Jons.

Rule 9 Bass Club is proud to offer competitive, affordable tournament angling at locations all over the Tidewater area. Our 2011 schedule is set and includes single day tournaments at Blackwater/Chowan/Nottoway River, Mattaponi River, Lake Cohoon, Lake Meade, Chickahominy Lake, Pamunkey River, Burnt Mills, Chickahominy/James River, Diascund Reservoir, Lake Prince, Lake Smith, Western Branch, & our 2-day “Classic”. Test your skills in a friendly environment on all the different bodies of water the Tidewater area has to offer. 200 HP’s to 9.9’s to trolling motors only. Why limit yourself to just a few lakes when our local area offers so many different bodies of water to fish. Our entry fees are very affordable. Each tournament is only $20 per boat with a $5 per man big fish pot! Rule 9 pays out 100% of all tournament fees collected. Fish as a team with your favorite fishing buddy or go at it alone. Rule 9 accepts teams as well as single fishermen, the choice is yours! It’s so easy to take the first step....Just E-mail us for more information..... Russ Hall. Or, if you prefer to speak with someone, call Russ Hall at 757-719-5793. What are you waiting for? C’mon and enjoy some great tournament action and good times with Hampton Roads Premier Bass Club. Show off your angling skills and JOIN TODAY.......Don't be left on the bank!!!

Rule 9 Bass Club was founded in 1998 by Mike Schnieder & Ronnie Lentz. We are going into our 13th season together. We fish 11 tournaments a year at various locations in the local area such as, Beaverdam Swamp reservoir (Gloucester), Bethel Reservoir (Hampton), Burnt Mills, Cohoon, Meade, Prince, & Western Branch (Suffolk area), Chickahominy Lake, Chickahominy River, Diascund & Little Creek Reservoirs (Toano / Williamsburg area), Nottoway & Blackwater Rivers (Nottoway county), Lake Smith (Norfolk), Mattaponi River and Pamunkey River (West Point). We currently have no membership limit and over our 14 year history our membership has ranged from a high of 48 members to a low of 22 members. We have had members from cities all over our local area such as, Barhamsville, Chesapeake, Hampton, Hayes, Montclair, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Richmond, Saluda, Smithfield, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, Windsor & Yorktown.

How Rule 9 Got its name

The origin of our club name is an interesting story. The first meeting in Rule 9 history took place at the Big Bethel branch of the Hampton public library system in February 1998. The meeting consisted of fellow bass fisherman that Ronnie and I already knew in addition to angler’s who responded to ads that we put in the Virginian Pilot and Daily Press newspapers. Ronnie and I decided that the meeting would flow better if we already had a set of rules put together to use as a starting point and refine them from there. Well, it just so happened that Rule # 9 was a catchall that said “Any new business / issues will be decided by a club vote at a club meeting by the members who are present”. As the meeting progressed and we discussed various issues pertaining to our club rules, we got off track on occasion with potential members bringing up "off the wall" scenarios that could occur and each time that happened, one of our charter members said, "refer to Rule # 9". Well, when we got to the point in the meeting to decide on a name for this newly formed bass club, we were all discussing some possible names that were on the floor such as, Hawg Hunters and Rip-N-Lips and someone shouted out “Why don’t we call it Rule 9 Bass Club” and it was agreed upon by all present so, that’s how we got our name. If you would like to become a member of Rule 9 Bass Club, please call Jamie Reisinger at 757-838-9517 or Russ Hall at 757-719-5793.



Rule 9 Bass Club

Hampton, Virginia,
757-838-9517

Web Link

http://rule9.com/



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