Hawg Hawlers Bass Club of St. Louis, Missouri
Updated - 7/8/16 -

2015

ANGLER

of the Year

Mike Parmentier

194 points

2015

Top Ten Anglers

1 Mike Parmentier 194
2 Bob Shibe 181
3 Greg Shands 176
4 Scott Hasty 172
5 Mick Schwent 152
6 Rich Harper 151
7 Dean Sullivan 146
8 Jeremy Goins 124
9 Andy Shands 121
10 Chris Himstedt 120

2015

BIG BASS

of the Year

Jacob Jones

6.00 lbs

June 6, 2015

 Pomme de Terre

2014

Top Ten Big Bass

1 Jacob Jones 6.00
2 John Dring 5.86
3 Mark Chapman 5.82
4 Greg Shands 5.75
5 Steve Korn 5.60
6 Jason Shaw 5.49
7 Jake Currie 5.45
8 Bryan Slaughter 5.43
9 Jim Dodd 5.42
10 Mike Jankowski 5.33

2015

Major Supporters

2016

Top ANGLER

to date

Bob Shibe

184 points

2016

Top Ten Anglers

1 Bob Shibe 184
2 Mike Parmentier 117
3 Greg Shands 111
4 Rich Harper 111
5 Dave Sona 104
6 Matt Gharst 104
7 Jeremy Goins 102
8 Casey Cross 94
9 Scott Hasty 89
10 Danny Butler 88

2016

BIG BASS

to Date

Don Nickel

5.79 lbs

April 3, 2016

 Lake of the Ozarks

2016

Top Ten Big Bass

1 Don Nickel 5.79
2 Jacob Jones 5.72
3 Terry Stanek 5.67
4 Bob Shibe 5.59
5 Bob Shibe 5.52
6 Sue Trueman 5.32
7 Scott Langanke 5.25
8 Dave Sona 5.08
9 Ken Rapp 5.03
10 Rich Harper 4.81

2016

Major Supporters

Club Supporters




About Hawg Hawlers Bass Club...  


Hawg Hawlers is a fun, affordable bass fishing club based out of the St. Louis area.  We have members from all around Missouri, as well as other states.  We conduct 8 to 10 buddy type tournaments per year on Missouri lakes.



 

The above were our goals when we formed the HAWG HAWLERS Bass Club in 1988, with only 8 members. Our club founders are (left to right) Terry Stanek, Dan Durbin, Bob Treadway and Greg Heinz.















The direction of the club includes a strong emphasis on friendly, affordable competition, improving our skills as anglers and increasing awareness of bass fishing - especially with children and young adults.  Some of our regular teams consist of family members - husbands and wives, brothers, cousins, fathers and mothers fishing with their sons and daughters. At Hawg Hawlers it's about comradery and fun, not hardcore competition. It is not uncommon to see members discussing successful patterns before the tournaments begin. 






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Our organization has 6 officers . Their responsibilities include organizing, scheduling, obtaining proper authorization for tournaments, allocating club funds, publicizing information to the club members and maintenance of this website. In order (left to right) President Greg Shands, Vice-President Jeremy Goins, Secretary Rich Harper, Treasurer Dan Durbin, Tournament Chairmen Scott Hasty & Dean Sullivan.







Membership in the club is $25.00 annually, per angler, with FREE membership for anglers under 16 and 65 and over (normal tournament entry fees apply). The tournament entry fee is $60.00, per boat, (which includes big bass pool). Participants are competing for cash awards (approximately 90% tournament payback, with 10% going toward club expenses, events and the "Awards Dinner"). Attendance prizes are awarded at most tournaments. At the end of each tournament season (October) we have our annual Awards Dinner. This is where we present awards to our Top Ten Anglers, BIG BASS and ANGLER OF THE YEAR.  Dinner is FREE to club members who have fished 2 tournaments for the current year. Any money left in the treasury, and not allocated for some other purpose, is used for attendance prizes for all qualifying club members who attend. We also have a number of Supporters who supply us with some very nice attendance prizes. Everyone who qualifies for the "free" dinner and attends the banquet, gets an attendance prize.












 

If you think the HAWG HAWLERS Bass Club, an organization of sportsmen, women, and young anglers, sharing a common interest, and providing a different kind of club fishing, is the thing for you, simply review the Tournament Rules, complete the Membership Application (don't forget to SIGN IT), detach and return it along with your membership fee to the club Treasurer at the address on the form.

To enter a tournament, simply fill out the Entry Form found at the bottom of the schedule, and mail it in to the address shown. Entries must be received no later than the Wednesday before the tournament to avoid a late fee. Hope to see you at one of our tournaments!

Hawg Hawlers conducts eight to ten tournaments during the year, beginning in March and running through October (see our Schedule). They are formatted as "BUDDY" tournaments, with each boat consisting of a team of two-persons maximum. Most tournaments are held on Missouri Lakes. Our tournament fishing times are generally 6 hours on Saturday morning or evening and 6 hours on Sunday morning (allowing for two weigh-ins). Our summer tournaments are usually Saturday and Sunday mornings, to escape the summer heat.