You won't have to travel far to fish in the 5th annual Rumble on the River Bass Team Tournament at the Camden River Walk on the Ouachita River in Downtown Camden, Arkansas on Saturday, August 6, 2022.

This is a one-day-only event with the tournament beginning at 6 a.m.at either the Riverwalk Park boat ramp, 405 Washington Street, or right down the road at Sandy Beach boat ramp at Sandy Beach Park. Weigh-in will be at 3 p.m. in the Camden News parking lot located in downtown Camden.

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Top Prize Money

This year the Rumble on the River Bass Team Tournament first place winner takes home a whopping $5,000! There will also be cash and prizes awarded for up to tenth place in the tournament.

Entry Fee

The entry fee is only $125 per boat with a 2-person per boat limit. Registration has begun online. To enter just scan the QR Code on the flyer, or go to arkansasbassteamtrail.net and click on the RUMBLE icon.

Enter by Mail

Mail a check and entry form

ABTT 2810 Pine Street

(pmb235)

Arkadelphia, Arkansas  71923

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You can also pay in person on Friday evening or Saturday morning at Washington Street and Madison Ave in downtown Camden.

In addition to the tournament, get there early for family fun in Camden, AR where you can stroll the streets downtown, shop a great variety of unique stores and boutiques or eat at one of the many restaurants. There are lots of things to see and do while you visit Camden for the tournament. The City of Camden is excited to once again be chosen to host this awesome event.

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For rules and registration, visit www.arkansasbassteamtrail.net

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