We hope you are all doing well and keeping safe out there during this challenging time. With the spread of corona virus and the fluidity of the situation we are keeping a close eye on things and how they will affect the Hobie Bass Open Series. As of right now we have nothing definitive and our series will continue as scheduled, but please periodically check back here for updates.
Registration for the 2021 Season
Don't miss out on the action! Registration for the 2021 Hobie Bass Open Series Tournament season is under way. Whether you're just starting out and new to the competitive kayak fishing scene or a seasoned veteran, this tournament series is for you. Visit HobieBOS.com for more info and to register!
2021 Hobie BOS Schedule - Registration Opens Soon!:
Lake Seminole - Bainbridge, GA - February 6-7
Watts Bar Lake - Knoxville, TN - February 20-21
Broken Bow Lake - Broken Bow, OK - March 6-7
Lake Dardanelle - Russellville, AR - April 17-18
Lake Hartwell - Anderson, SC - May 15-16
Lake Sam Rayburn - Jasper, TX - June 5-6
Lake Champlain - Ticonderoga Area, NY - June 26-27
Susquehanna River - Harrisburg, PA - July 31-Aug 1
Mississippi River - LA Crosse, WI - August 28-29
Lake Pickwick - Counce, TN - September 18-19
BOS Tournament of Champions - Lake Eufaula, AL - November 12-14
About the Hobie Bass Open Series
Started in 2019, the Hobie Bass Open Series (HBOS) is a national kayak fishing tournament series with 10 Open Events and 1 Tournament of Champions Event (TOC). Our events take place at some of the best bass fisheries in the country where anglers have the chance to battle it out over the 2-day events which begin Friday night and end Sunday afternoon. Anyone aged 16 years or older may enter the Open Events and all brands of kayaks are welcome. Aside from competing for cash payouts and Angler of the Year points, each event hosts a fun raffle with sponsored prizes and encompasses the camaraderie that makes the kayak fishing community special.
In 2020, despite challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and new safety protocol measures put in place, we experienced amazing growth. We averaged 108 anglers per event and had as many as 155 anglers participate in a single event. In 2020, angler’s earnings topped over $243,000 and the Tournament of Champions purse paid out $62,000. Our Tournament staff worked harder than ever, and once again in 2021, we couldn’t be more excited to do it again, bigger and better! Our goal is to run the best kayak fishing tournament series in the country, to help anglers in the community, and grow the sport of kayak fishing.
So what’s stopping you from joining in the fun? Come and fish with us on incredible fisheries across the country and compete for big cash payouts, bragging rights and an opportunity to represent your country at the Hobie Fishing Worlds. Kayak fishing continues to grow, and the Hobie Bass Open Series provides an opportunity for the best kayak bass anglers in the country to show what they can do. We hope to see you at a Hobie Bass Open Series event this year!
Read our 2020 Tournament of Champions Recap here.
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