The Quad City Bass Fisherman's Club, based in Davenport, Iowa along the banks of the Mississippi River, was formed in 1963 making it one of the oldest known bass fishing clubs in the country. The club currently boasts a membership of over 200 men and women. We annually have 7 club closed tournaments, 1 open tournament that takes place in conjunction with the Tug Festival in LeClaire, Iowa, 2 husband and wife outings, and a summer picnic. The club motto "Leave Some For Seed" represents the emphasis placed on catch and release at every club tournament. Monthly meetings are held on the last Monday of the month and the public is invited to attend.


Date:   September 30, 2019
Time:   7:00 pm
Place:   Leisure Lanes (2802 W. 73rd. St. Davenport Iowa)
Guest Speaker: T.B.D.


Please make sure to get your PSA checked.


The Prairie tournament took place August 24-25 with a field of 21 boats participating. The weather for this tournament was cool and fall like with a bit of rain on Sunday afternoon. Congratulation to Tim Pettit and Joe Welsh for placing 1st in this event. A complete listing of tournament results can be found by clicking here.


The Cassville tournament will take place September 14-15. Sign up will be at the city ramp Saturday morning from 5:30-6:00 am with the mandatory meeting to follow. Tournament hours will be safe light until 3:00 on Saturday and safe light until 1:00 on Sunday. Don't forget to obtain a boat ramp permit at the BP gas station in Cassville.


The Lansing his/hers tournament will be held Saturday September 21. Sign up will begin at 6:00 am at the Villiage Creek (State) ramp. Tournament hours to be determined at the meeting following sign up. If you have any questions call Joe Fahrenkrug at 563-940-9250.


As stated in the club rules, in order to fish any tournament, membership dues must be current at the membership meeting before the first tournament you wish to fish. In order to fish the May 18-19 tournament at Lansing your dues will have to be paid by the end of the April 30th membership meeting.


We are once again fortunate to have two sponsors for the month of September. The first August sponsor of the month is Tom Kracaw & Culligan Water who been a member and sponsor for many years. Soft water will help get your laundry cleaner and softer especially if you are on well water. If you don't have soft water you can have them put a purifier on your tap to give you better tasting water. If you go with the big jugs it's a proven fact that you will drink more water instead of soda and feel better and healthier without all the chemicals. Contact them for a quote for a softener or a purifier. See their ad on the mailer and give them a call at 563-242-1342 for better water.

Our second July Sponsor of the Month is Kay Picolet and Midwest Publishing who have also been a member and sponsor for quite a few years. Our last order of bass club hats were purchased from Kay. She can also set you up with calendars, pens, apparel, tote bags, koozies and anything else with your name and/or logo on it. Check out Kay's ad on the back of the monthly mailer and give her a call at 563-324-1313 for all of your advertising needs.


The fish committee has set the dates for the 2019 season. September 14-15 Cassville, September 21 His/Hers at Lansing, October 12-13 Lansing "Classic".


The Quad City Bass Club with a membership of over 200 individuals has sponsorship opportunities available for any business or individual looking to expand their advertising at a relatively cheap rate. For the mere sum of $50 yearly, your business card sized ad will be placed on our monthly newsletter which is sent to each and every member and sponsor. For $125 annually your ad will be placed in the monthly newsletter AND a fishing rod will be given away in your name to a lucky contestant at a club sponsored tournament. Sponsor sign up forms can be downloaded or printed from the link located to the left of this web page.


As of July 1, 2013 a new set of aquatic hitchiker laws went into effect in Iowa. Before leaving a water access YOU MUST: INSPECT all boats, trailers and equipment, REMOVE any visible plants, animals and mud. No aquatic invasive species or aquatic plants can be transported on public roads. DRAIN all water from boats, live wells and equipment. While in transit on Iowa roadways, boat drain plugs must be removed and all drain valves (livewell pumpouts) must remain open. A violation of these laws can bring a fine of up to $500. These are good laws and it will only take a few minutes after you load your boat to observe them.