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Series Info & Payouts

All 2018 events were filmed for a 10 one-hour long episode TV series on WFN

2017 RBTV episodes on Waypoint available here.

2019 RBT Registration Info

Download the 2019 Waiver here and scan/email, mail or handed in-person at Q1.

Download the 2019 Series Rules here.

The 2019 series is full as 80 teams are registered. Thanks to these anglers for choosing to fish Renegade Bass in 2019.

For those registered, the $1000 balance is due March 1st, 2019 and is non-refundable after March 1st, 2019.

Pay your March 1st balance here

2019 RBT Tour Line Up

June 22 – Q1: Mississippi Lake, Carleton Place

July 6 – Q2: Big Rideau Lake, Rideau Ferry Harbour

July 20 – Q3: Lake St.Francis, Cornwall

August 10 – Q4: St.Lawrence River, Morrisburg

September 7 & 8, 2019 Classic XXIV

2019 Series Fees

  • $1200 – Series entry fees per team.
  • $200 – Membership Fee per team
  • $40 – Administration fee
  • $80 – Big Fish pool per team ($20 per qualifier)

Note: All fees are in Canadian Funds

Please make cheques payable to Renegade Bass. $520 dated for December 1st, 2018 December 15th, 2018 and $1000 dated for March 1st, 2019. Alternatively $1520 can be paid by December 1st, 2018 December 15th, 2018.

2019 Guaranteed Qualifier Payout Structure

To be announced in 2019

2019 Big Fish Qualifier Payout

To be announced in 2019

2019 Bass Cat Boats Quest

In 2019, $1,500 is available to be won from Bass cats Boats ($250 per event) through the Bass Cat Boats Quest program in our qualifier events, Pro-Am event and Classic XXII event.

Full details here.

2018 Shimano Platinum Angler Contingency

The top Platinum Angler team at each 2018 RBT Tour qualifier, 2018 RBT 150 HP & under Open and 2018 Classic XXIII will win a pair of Shimano Expride Rods valued at over $800.

Full details on how to participate are available here.

2018 G. LOOMIS X-Treme Catch

G. Loomis X-Treme Catch teams will have a chance to win a pair of G. Loomis IMX Pro Rods ($900.00) value by weighing in the biggest bass among all participating teams for the RBT Tour qualifiers (does not include the 2018 Classic XXIII).

Full details on how to participate are available here.

2018 EAT, SLEEP JACKALL Bait Rewards

To qualify for EAT, SLEEP JACKALL Bait Rewards, each angler of the team must purchase $50 in Jackall Lures from an authorized Canadian Dealer. The top placing Jackall team in each RBT Tour qualifier will receive a $200 Jackall gift card redeemable at Paddletales Tackle.

Full details on how to participate are available here.

2019 Classic XIV Prize & Payout

Bass cat boat with Mercury outboard fully equipped with 2 Lowrance HDS Gen2 units, a Motorguide Tour Tour Edition 24v trolling motor, 3 batteries from Total Battery, on-board charging system, a stainless prop, and travel cover.

1st Bass Cat and Mercury
To be announced in 2019

Big Fish is $500/$300 each day assuming all 40 teams participate ($20 / day)

2019 Team of the Year Prize

To be announced in 2019.

2019 BASS Team Championship

In 2019, three (3) teams from Renegade Bass will be eligible to compete in the 2019 BASS Team Championship.

1 – 2018 Team of the Year (Clancy Mulvihill and Jeff List)
2 – 2018 Classic XXII Champions (Adam Howell and Kyle Healey)
3 – Highest Placing Renegade Bass team at the 2019 Thousand Island Open

Full details here.

2018 Yokohama Biggest bass of the Year

The Yokohama Biggest Bass of the Year presented by Goldwing Autocare rewards the team that weighs in the largest bass of the year in any of the 4 qualifying events or the Classic XXIII. The winning team will receive a set of (4) Yokohama tires for each member of the team complete with installation, balancing and nitrogen fill. This prize package has a maximum MSRP of $4000.00.

Yokohama Biggest bass of the Year Winners

2018 Scott Lefebvre & Mario Formica 6.12 – Classic XXIII St.Lawrence River
2017 Kevin Mcphee & Chris Voldock 6.04 – Classic XXII Lake St.Francis
2016 Andy Kinstler & Scott Lecky 6.29 – Q4 Lake St.Francis
2015 Steve Barnett & Jack Levert 6.12 – Classic XX St.Lawrence River
2014 Paul Shibata & Craig Lister 5.84 – Classic XIX Ottawa River
2013 Charles Sim & Nigel Touhey 6.53 – Q1 St.Lawrence River
2012 Charles Sim & Nigel Touhey 6.24 – Q4 Lake St.Francis
2011 Clancy Mulvihill & David Craig 6.55 – Q3 Ottawa River

Full details here.

2018 Rookie Team of the Year

Both members of the team must never have fished the series before.
2018 Rookie Team of the Year – Adam Howell and Kyle Healey
2017 Rookie Team of the Year –
2016 Rookie Team of the Year – Larry MacPhail® and Carlos Ponte®
2015 Rookie Team of the Year – Blake Orr® and Matt Tooley®
2014 Rookie Team of the Year – Barry Clayton® and Steven Neveu®

2019 Win and you are IN

First introduced in 2014 and continuing in 2019, the winner of each qualifier will automatically qualify for Classic XXIV. The top 40 teams after 4 qualifier events will still qualify for Classic XXIV. Qualifier winners that are not part of the top 40 will add an additional team to the Classic field. This means Classic XXIV could have a field size of up to 44 teams.

2018 Rhodes & Williams Appreciation Award

Up to $1250 in cash can be won through Rhodes & Williams Appreciation Award in the qualifier and Classic events.

Full details here.

2018 Motorguide Tour

The highest place team running a Motorguide Tour trolling motor after the four (4) Tour qualifiers and Classic XXII based on total weight will win a Motorguide Tour Tour Edition trolling motor.

Full details here.

2018 Lowrance TOY

Teams using Lowrance electronics (the newest unit must be a Lowrance) will compete for the Lowrance TOY. The team that accumulates the highest weight after the four (4) Tour qualifiers and the 2018 Classic XXIII will win two (2) HDS Gen2 units.

Full details here.

Other Information

  • 200%+ payout in cash and prizes in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
  • No entry fee Classic with Bass Cat/Mercury 1st place prize package.
  • 1 2018 RBT team will compete in the 2018 BASS Team Championship through the 2018 Thousand Islands Open.
  • 2 2018 RBT teams will compete in the 2019 BASS Team Championship.
  • Maximum of 80 teams per event.
  • Kids prizes at every event.
  • The top forty teams (including ties) will be eligible to participate in the Classic.
  • All tournaments are 1 day events, except for the 2 day Classic Championship.
  • Tournaments start at 7:00 am and weigh-ins begin at 4:00 pm (except for day 2 weigh-in of the Classic which starts at 3:00 pm).
  • You must be a member to compete in the series.
  • All events are streamed live on our website.
  • Trophy for top winning team in the Tour qualifiers and Classic XXIV.
  • $20 per team Big Fish Pool split 50-30-20 % for the 3 largest fish.
  • Classic Big Fish: $40 per team optional Big Fish Pool split 50 % for the day 1 largest fish and 50 % day 2 largest fish.
  • See the Shimano / Renegade Bass Live Release Boats and Water Weigh System.
  • Print media lead in coverage for all events.
  • Press Releases for all events including interviews of winners.
  • Shimano Platinum Angler, G.Loomis X-Treme Catch, EAT, SLEEP JACKALL Bait Rewards, Bass Cat Boats Que$t, Yokohama Biggest bass of the year award presented by Goldwing Auotcare, Rhodes & Williams Appreication Award, Motorguide Tour and Lowrance/Navionics incentive programs.
  • RBT Academy and Apprenticeship program
  • Free kids derby.
  • RBT Academdy Steve Lee Memorial Instructional Pro-AM event August 11th, 2019 on St.Lawrence River.

Note: *Renegade Bass will not assume any liability for prizes not delivered as stated by sponsors and advertisers.

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Water Selection

Pool ‘A’ – Big Rideau Lake, Lake St. Francis, St. Lawrence River (Morrisburg)
Pool ‘B’ – Newboro Lake, Dog/Cranberry/Whitefish Lake, Mississippi Lake
Pool ‘C’ – none

Three selections from pool ‘A’ and one selection from pool ‘B’ per year. No body of water from Pool ‘A’ will be selected 4 years in a row and a pool ‘B’ body of water may not be selected in consecutive years.

As per the 2015 AGM, Classic water is selected from ALL the bodies of water except the last qualifier of the current year and the previous year’s Classic body of water.