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Myself and Skeeter9 are potentially looking into joing a local club around the Albany area for next year but trying to fins websites for such is a little difficult. If you are currently in a club, can you post your website here so we can take a look around to see which clubs will best fit what we are looking for in one. We are looking at a club that has a good camaraderie to it along with good community appeal, tourneys once a month, and be able to fish as a team during those tournaments? We are not really looking for a club that only has single boaters for the tournaments or draw your non-boater partner tournaments.
 

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I am not a member of either club but I have fished open tournaments run by both and it was a great time. I am not sure how they run their club tournaments but they both seem like good clubs. If I could find extra time I would definitely join one of these. Here are there URLs:

Adirondack Bass Club: http://www.adirondackbassclub.com/

Washington County Bassmasters: http://www.washingtoncountybassmasters.com/

Not sure if this helps you or not.

Tom
 

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I am not a member of either club but I have fished open tournaments run by both and it was a great time. I am not sure how they run their club tournaments but they both seem like good clubs. If I could find extra time I would definitely join one of these. Here are there URLs:

Adirondack Bass Club: http://www.adirondackbassclub.com/

Washington County Bassmasters: http://www.washingtoncountybassmasters.com/

Not sure if this helps you or not.

Tom
Unfortunately it looks as if both of those clubs are either individual tourney or draw your parnter set-up.
 

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Our club, Hudson Valley Bass Anglers is a team format, 10 tourneys a year, and one open. We have a FB page. Unfortunately at this point we are full, but at the end of the season you could come to a meeting and introduce yourself, meet some of the guys and go from there. Some very good sticks in the club and the great guys too.
 

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Check out www.basstrails.com. There are a few trails on there that fit the format you are looking for. I've fished Schenectady Elite and it's a team format, there are some great fishermen in there and a good environment. The only reason I haven't fished with them over the last couple of years is because NETB has bigger paychecks and I just don't have time to fish both.
 
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