Welcome to the Penn State
Bass Fishing Club

Our club is dedicated to furthering the sport of collegiate bass fishing here in Happy Valley. Our members range in experience, from interested newcomers to skilled tournament anglers. Established in Fall 2006, the Penn State Bass Fishing Club has a bright future with high expectations.

Carhartt College Series Eastern Regional on Cherokee Lake

Stephen Jesso, Tom Oranzini, Derek Horner, and Reese Hudson

community service

The club also participates in community service activities such as lake clean-ups, kids' casting tournaments, and fundraising events.

FLW College Fishing Northern Conference

Derek Horner and Reese Hudson qualify for FLW College Fishing National championship

Featured Sponsors

A full list of club sponsors can be found on the sponsors page

  • Shimano

    For over 80 years, Shimano has concentrated on precision engineering, one step at a time. Creating the most innovative products and processes you can hold in your hand today.

  • Tackle Warehouse

    Guaranteed lowest prices on bass fishing tackle from every top brand.

  • Costa Del Mar

    Costa Del Mar builds the clearest sunglasses on the planet for those who live to be on the water. They are excellent polarized glasses for the ultimate advantage of the water.

  • G. Loomis

    After more than 25 years in business G. Loomis Rods has learned a few things about making great fishing rods. Proudly, every rod is designed, rolled, assembled and hand finished in Woodland , Washington by some of the best craftsman in the world.

  • Bass Pro Shops

    Bass Pro Shops is a privately held retailer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor recreation merchandise, known for stocking a wide selection of gear. Bass Pro Shops supports and sells merchandise for the National Audubon Society.

  • Power Pro

    Simply put, PowerPro is the ultimate combination of modern technology and old-fashioned fishing knowledge. We begin with ultra-strong braided Spectra Fiber, then use Enhanced Body Technology to create an incredibly round, smooth, and sensitive line.

Ready to join the club?

The bass fishing club is always looking for new members