Kayak Bass Fishing, the nation’s premier kayak bass fishing tournament series, heads to La Crosse County. The KBF Open is a two day Catch, Photo and Release (CPR) event and will be held July 20-21, 2018 on pools 7, 8, and 9 of the Mississippi River. This is one of just 5 total Open series events held across the country.

Anglers from all across the country (Texas, New York, New Hampshire, Louisiana, Arizona, Kentucky, Kansas, etc) will be competing for a chance at over $10,000 in winnings and qualification to the 2019 National Championships.

This event is hosted by Explore La Crosse and sponsored by Gander Outdoors, Wilderness Systems, Torqeedo, YETI, YakAttack, Lowrance, APR, NRS, Power Pole and NINES Optics.

All kayak bass anglers are welcome to sign up and compete in this event.

For more information, check out tournament details at https://www.tourneyx.com/app/tourney/2018-kbf-open-mississippi-r-wi.

Media Contact:

Jeremiah Burish
Director of Sports Sales
La Crosse County Convention & Visitors Bureau
410 Veterans Memorial Drive
La Crosse, WI 54601
608.782.2250

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