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Last updated:
1/8/17 AB
The Bargain Center:
For all R & B Bass Circuit members, we offer you to post and sell any fishing related items on our website. The process is simple:
  1. Send me photos of your item at andrew@randbbasscircuit.com
  2. Provide information on items (the more details, the better)
  3. Include starting price
  4. Furnish contact information
For Sale:
Lower Unit
Lower unit complete.

J&E Lighting Series I V6 HO. 

​This is rebuilt, it has 8 hours on new gears.

​Fits Johnson or Evinrude.


Contact: Rick Sawyer 260-229-7996
Stainless Steel Prop
Contact: Larry Stanley
Brand New

Mercury Fury

​25 pitch

Power Pole Mounting Bracket
Slightly used starboard side mounting bracket for 8 foot Power Pole.

Jack plate mount.

Mounting hardware included.


Contact: Jason Ginder
  • The 2016 Classic on White Lake was won by Bear Griva and Mike Klavinski. This is the fourth victory of the season for the East Season Champions. ​The victory won them $2,000, but their 17.39 pound limit included the biggest bass of the day, a 5.78 pound monster, which won them an additional $250. Their efforts won them $2,250, plaques, and a Rod Bender Baits' certificate.
  • On top of the $2,250 won, Griva and Klavinski also collected $350 and plaques by dominating the East Division. Their 307.32 points are the second most in R & B history, while their 77.32 pounds is also the second highest. They won three East Division tournaments on their way to a victory by more than 31 points.
  • The West Division Season Champions, Michael (pictured) and Kyle Kaser, won the closest race in the R & B history. Going into the final event on the Randall Chain, five teams were within five points and the brothers dominated that event by nearly 6 pounds to claim the title. This was their second victory of the season. They were awarded plaques and $250.
  • The 2017 Entry Form can now be downloaded. While paying in advance offers no advantage to teams, it does help opening tournaments run more smoothly.