1. Brad VanRiette

    KBN Conservation Update.

    Here’s a quick update from the KBN Conservation Director, Steve French. November 16 Steve attended the KDWPT Commission meeting held in Scott City. During the open comments section of the meeting Steve was able to introduce himself to the Commission, thank them for their past efforts such as increasing the...
  2. Brad VanRiette

    KBN introduces Club of the Year Award.

    New for 2017 we present the KBN Club of the Year. Realizing that our clubs are involved in so many different areas  we wanted to create a way of recognizing their participation; to recognize a Club of the Year. This is planned to be a traveling trophy presented each year...
  3. Brad VanRiette

    Olathe Bass Club Continues Holiday Giving.

    The following was provided by Charles Capehart, President of the Olathe Bass Club. The tradition of the Olathe Bass Club bell ringing for the Salvation Army continued again in 2016 as members of the Olathe Bass Club rand the “Red Kettles” for the Salvation Army during the week of December...
  4. Brad VanRiette

    Olathe Bass Club Donates Food.

    The following was sent to the KBN by Charles Capehart, President of the Olathe Bass Club. Good job guys! The Olathe Bass Club held their annual food drive during their recent Year-end Awards Banquet. OBC collects food for the New Hope Food Pantry. The New Hope Food Pantry opened in...
  5. Brad VanRiette

    Kansas BASS Nation 2016 Awards Banquet.

    November 5th the KBN held its annual Awards Banquet at the Prairie Band Casino in Mayetta Kansas. For those who may not know, the KBN Awards Banquet is held each year celebrating accomplishments by members during the year. Generally the evening includes a social hour, catered meal, guest speaker, and...
  6. Brad VanRiette

    From the KBN Executive Committee.

    May 27, 2016 Most of you should, by now, be aware of the recent resignations of Don Leatherman from the position of Kansas BASS Nation President; and the resignation of Larry Riffey from the position of Kansas BASS Nation Vice-president. The service that both of these gentlemen have provided to...


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