Major League Fishing has announced the schedule for its sixth season of the 2024 Bass Pro Shops Bass Pro Tour, professional bass fishing’s most competitive circuit.
“We are proud to roll out a schedule with seven new destinations that have never before hosted a Bass Pro Tour event,” said Kathy Fennel, MLF executive vice president and general manager. “Our MLF tournaments create exciting and compelling content for our fans and sponsors. This schedule shines a light on some locations that haven’t hosted a major bass-fishing tournament in some time. The stage is set for a very exciting 2024 season.”
Each stage of the 2024 tour features six days of competition using the catch, weigh, immediate-release format. The 2024 season will showcase anglers competing across regular season tournaments for millions of dollars. Major League Fishing will also align a tournament from March 14-17 on Lay Lake in Alabama with the Redcrest Outdoor Sports Expo. The full 2024 tour roster will be announced later this fall.
2024 MLF Bass Pro Tour Schedule
January 30-February 4: Stage One at Toledo Bend Many, Louisiana (Hosted by Toledo Bend Lake Country)
February 20-25: Stage Two at Santee Cooper Lakes Clarendon County, South Carolina (Hosted by the Clarendon County Chamber of Commerce)
March 14-17: Redcrest 2024 at Lay Lake Birmingham, Alabama (Hosted by the Greater Birmingham Convention & Visitors Bureau)
April 9-14: Stage Three at Dale Hollow Lake Byrdstown, Tennessee (Hosted by the Byrdstown-Pickett County Chamber of Commerce)
April 30-May 5: Stage Four at Lake Eufaula Eufaula, Oklahoma (Hosted by Vision Eufaula)
May 18-23: General Tire Heavy Hitters at Kissimmee Chain Kissimmee, Florida (Hosted by the Kissimmee Sports Commission)
June 4-9: Stage Five at the Chowan River Edenton, North Carolina (Hosted by the Town of Edenton, the Chowan County Tourism Development Authority and Harbor Towns Cruises)
June 25-30: Stage Six at the James River Richmond, Virginia (Hosted by Richmond Region Tourism)
August 6-11: Stage Seven at the St. Lawrence River Massena, New York (Hosted by the Town of Massena)