The WSPJ Difference

We have been providing an affordable alternative to bass anglers of Northwest Washington since 2010. We offer enthusiastic anglers a way to enter into competitive bass fishing at a reasonable price. Learn more about bass fishing through competition, education and conservation. We have a great group of members who are always willing to share information about all things bass fishing. Our idle only tournament format levels the playing field for all participants by restricting how outboard motors are used.

Quick Information

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Become A Member

We are looking for new members who wish to learn more about bass fishing in a competitive setting. Willingness to share fishing information with others and believe in bass conservation.

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Livewell Requirements

A working livewell is a requirement for all WSPJ tournaments. This can be a stock livewell that is built into your boat or it can be something you have constructed on your own.

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Follow The Slot Limits

Catch limits are a common regulation in fishing. When fishing for bass, there are other regulations that many anglers are unaware of. Slot limits are among those other regulations.

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About Our Club

The Washington State Pond Jumperz Bass Club was created with the purpose of creating a level playing field for large and small boat anglers.

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Our Sponsors

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Recent News


Oct 11, 2018


Lake Samish Fun Fish

Come to Lake Samish, Oct. 14th from 8am to noon and hang out with the gang for one last WSPJ hurrah.

No entry fee, just a day to have fun, bring a non-member and try out some of those fall fishing techniques.

Blast off at 8am, so come on out!

 


Oct 01, 2018


Lake Roesinger 2018 Finale

Our final tourney of 2018 is in the books and the results are posted.

Congratulations to Robert Mann, who led the AOY standings from start to finish. A 3-time AOY winner and founding member of WSPJ, Robert's hard work and dedication to WSPJ is appreciated.

We had good days and grind days in 2018, but our club had our share of tourney mishaps with lost keys, flat tires, swamped boats, broken axels and a car lost.

Here's to better days & bigger fish in 2019!

Robert Mann 2018 AOY