Indiana Divisional Tournaments

Complete listing for Indiana

IN-01 Brookville Lake Fall DivisionIN-02 Brookville Lake DivisionIN-03 Summit Lake Division
IN-04 Bischoff Spring DivisionIN-05 Hardy Lake Spring DivisionIN-06 Hardy Lake Tuesday Night Division
IN-07 Turtle Creek DivisionIN-08 Lake Monroe Fall DivisionIN-09 Lake Monroe Spring Division
IN-10 Lake Monroe Saturday Night DivisionIN-11 Patoka Lake Fall DivisionIN-12 Patoka Lake Division
IN-13 Patoka Weeknight DivisionIN-14 Raccoon Lake Fall DivisionIN-15 Raccoon Lake Spring Division
IN-16 Sullivan Lake DivisionIN-17 Sullivan Lake Thursday Night DivisionIN-18 Geist Reservoir Fall Division
IN-19 Waveland DivisionIN-20 Green-Sullivan Strip Pit DivisionIN-21 West Boggs Division
IN-22 Kokomo Reservoir DivisionIN-23 White River Wednesday Night DivisionIN-24 Lake Lemon Division
IN-25 Kankakee River DivisionIN-26 Mississinewa Monday Night DivisionIN-27 Ohio River Madison Fall Division
IN-28 Cataract Lake DivisionIN-29 North Central Indiana DivisionIN-30 Potato Creek State Park Division
IN-31 Northern Indiana Spring CircuitIN-32 Geist Reservoir DivisionIN-33 Southern Indiana Division
IN-34 North Central Indiana DivisionIN-35 Glenn Flint DivisionIN-36 Shakamak State Park Division
IN-37 Dogwood Lake Tuesday Night DivisionIN-38 Bass Lake Tuesday Night DivisionIN-39 Honey Creek Tackle Division
IN-40 Rocky Point Ohio River DivisionIN-41 Starve Hollow DivisionIN-42 Starve Hollow Monday Night Division
IN-43 Mill Pond Lake DivisionIN-44 Green-Sullivan Strip Pit Fall DivisionIN-45 Sullivan Lake Fall Division
IN-46 Glenn Flint Fall DivisionIN-47 Lake Santee DivisionIN-48 Geist Reservoir Fall Weeknight Division
IN-49 Cataract Lake Fall DivisionIN-50 Monroe Thursday Night DivisionIN-51 Beaver Lake Division
IN-52 Huntingburg Lake DivisionIN-53 Brush Creek DivisionIN-54 Ohio River Tanners Creek Division
IN-545 Spring CircuitIN-55 Lake Manitou Fall DivisionIN-56 Pine & Stone Lake Division
IN-57 Lake George DivisionIN-58 Evansville Ohio River DivisionIN-59 Southern Indiana Fall Division
IN-60 Ohio River Duffy Landing DivisionIN-61 Wolf Lake DivisionIN-62 Morse Lake Division
IN-63 Ohio River Duffy Landing Fall DivisionIN-64 Hardy Lake Fall DivisionIN-65 White River Division
IN-66 West Boggs Tuesday Night DivisionIN-67 Lake Maxinkuckee DivisionIN-68 Lake Greenwood Spring Division
IN-69 Lake Greenwood Fall DivisionIN-70 Tippecanoe Lake Fall DivisionIN-71 Honey Creek Tackle Fall Division
IN-72 Lynnville Lake Fall DivisionIN-73 Lake Michigan DivisionINCE-01 Indiana Co-Ed Division
INCE-02 Indiana Co-Ed Fall DivisionIndiana Minor League FishingINNG-01 Southern Indiana Next Generation Division
INNG-02 West Boggs Next Generation DivisionINNG-03 West Boggs Next Gen. Fall Division

Divisional Tournaments Overview

The U.S.A. Bassin Team Trail is a team based trail. You are allowed to fish this trail with any current member of U.S.A. Bassin. If you want to fish with someone who isn't a member, that person needs to become a member first. It's a quick and simple process to become a member. Any person that is under the age of 19 before the end of the season is considered a youth and their membership is free.

  • 10 Tournament Divisions with a  $30.00 Entry Fee (Includes Big Fish) have a 70% payback
    • 50 Point System: 1st place recives 50 points for winning; 2nd place recieves 49 points ext...
  • 5 Tournament Divisons with a $60.00 Entry Fee (Includes Big Fish) have a 70% payback
    • 100 Point System: 1st place recives 100 points for winning; 2nd place recieves 99 points ext...
  • 5 Tournament Divisions with a $75.00 Entry Fee (Includes Big Fish) have a 80% payback
    • 100 Point System: 1st place recives 100 points for winning; 2nd place recieves 99 points ext...

Regional Tournaments Overview:

All teams that finish the season with 250 points or finish in the top 2000 in National Point Standings shall be eligible to fish a Regional Tournament of their choice and may fish in more than one Regional Tournament. As soon as a team acquires 250 points, they may enter a Regional Tournament.

If you qualify for a regional tournament, you may fish any regional you choose. Finishing in the top 30 percent of a regional tournament qualifies a team to fish either the Ranger Comanche Classic or the Ranger Aluminum Cup, your choice. Teams that finish in the bottom 70 percent qualify to fish only the Ranger Aluminum Cup. Please visit our Championship section to read more detail on those tournaments.

Qualfiying for the Lucas Oil Tournament of Champions

  • Be the Divisional Champion of any USA BASSIN Division.

  • Catch the Biggest Bass in your Division.

  • Finish the season in the top 200 in the National Points.

  • Finish in the top 3 at a Regional event

  • Catch the Biggest Bass in a Regional Event.

  • Finish in the top 3 at a Lucas Oil Open Event.

  • Catch the Biggest Bass at a Lucas Oil Open Event.

Next Generation Teams: 

  • 150 or more points qualifies for the Next Generation Classic
  • 250 or more points qualifies for the Next Generation Classic and a Regional Tournament of your choice

Co-Ed Teams:

  • 150 or more points qualifies for the Co-Ed Classic
  • 250 or more points qualifies for the Co-Ed Classic and a Regional Tournament of your choice

Click Here to view all Team Trail events

More Ways To Win!!

     Win a Free Entry!!! Finishes in 1st or finish 2nd place out of the money in any USA BASSIN tournament and receive a check from Solar Bat® in the amount of the entry fee, up to a maximum entry fee of $200.00. In team tournaments, with both team members eligible, 100% of the entry fee and $100.00 gift certificate will be awarded. If only one team member is eligible 50% of the entry fee plus $50 gift certificate will be awarded. To qualify for this program the Solar Bat sunglasses must have been purchased from the U.S.A. BASSIN Web Site during the 2021 season.

                                       Win a entry into the Bassmaster Team Championship!!

All teams that qualify for the Lucas Oil Tournament of Champions will be eligible to compete for entries into the Bassmaster Team Championship.

                                     This is your chance to make it to the Bassmaster Classic!!  
 

                                 About the Bassmaster Team Championship

Founded in 2014, the Bassmaster Team Championship fields approximately 175 two-angler teams each year. The teams qualify by winning championships or performance points titles on one of dozens of B.A.S.S. sanctioned team tournament circuits. The teams compete for two days to earn the title of top team in the nation. Next, members of the Top 3 teams fish solo for two more days, with the winner of that phase qualifying for the Bassmaster Classic.