"The Rumble On The River Bass Team Tournament” in Camden, AR


Camden, AR – The Rumble on the River Bass Team Tournament is a 1 day only event held on Saturday, September 8th at the Camden River Walk on the Ouachita River in Downtown Camden, AR. Take off is at 6am and weigh-in is at 3pm at River Walk park and boat launch (405 Washington St. SE. Camden, AR 71701) in Downtown Camden. Free lunch provided for all participants at weigh-in.

Prizes Include:

  • 1st place $3,500
  • 2nd place $1,500
  • 3rd place $1,000
  • 4th through 10 place guaranteed Cash!

Entry fee is only $200 per boat with a 2 person per boat limit.

Special Discount of $150 per boat with Adult/Junior team (junior under 18 years of age) in boat.

Registration will begin online August 1st, early registration August 1st - Sept. 3rd will be entered in a drawing for a $50 Academy Sports Gift Card.

Register online at www.arkansasbassteamtrail.net, in Person at Walthalls Sporting Center (1250 California Ave SW), Monroe’s Outdoors (441 E Washington St), and The Camden Area Chamber of Commerce (314 S Adams Ave) in Camden, AR.

Final registration will be held Friday, September 7th from 5-7pm at The River Walk Park in Downtown Camden, AR.

In addition to the tournament, come early on Friday evening for family fun in Camden, AR with the First Friday Market and a wide variety of restaurants and shops open late Friday evening the day before the event. First Friday is an open air evening market which takes place from 6PM till 9PM in downtown Camden. In addition you can stroll the streets downtown and enjoy live music, shop a great variety of vendors and artists, while enjoying a relaxed fun evening. Stay Saturday evening after the tournament for Camden’s award winning Movies on the River to watch Hollywood blockbuster for FREE in the Camden Riverwalk Amphitheater against the backdrop of the Ouachita River. There are LOTS of things to see and do while you visit Camden for the tournament.

For Rules and Registration, visit www.arkansasbassteamtrail.net.

Direct Contact:
Keith Green, Arkansas Bass Team Trails

For more Information on Camden, lodging and travel, visit www.explorecamden.com.


About Arkansas Bass Trail Team:

Established 2014 by Arkansas Bass Team Trail, LLC. Arkansas Team Trail offers a one of a kind tournament experience for all amateur anglers.

Every event is conducted by tournament fishermen, treating each angler as one of us, trying to give you what we have always wanted. Our mission is to give you, the angler, the best of the best.

With dozens of tournaments across the state each year, hundreds of regular members and thousands of dollars in prize money given away, Arkansas Bass Team Trail's goal is to offer a first class bass fishing competitive tournament experience. It is our mission to be Arkansas' premium team tournament trail designed especially for armature anglers.

About Camden AR:

The City of Camden in Ouachita County, Arkansas is located on a bluff overlooking the Ouachita River. There are two famous artifacts related to the city of Camden, Camark pottery and Grapette soft drinks, which are exhibited at the Camden Visitors Center and Museum. Most of Camden’s families came from Virginia, the Carolinas, Alabama, Georgia or Tennessee. There are many places in the city where you can walk down the corridors of yesterday. Much of Camden’s history has been preserved, and many of the antebellum homes have been restored.

Tourists find many reasons to flock to Camden, starting with our unique festivals like the Camden Barn Sale in the autumn and Daffodil Festival in the spring. Visitors also like to take advantage of the abundant wildlife and fishing opportunities found in this part of the state. No one should miss visiting the McCollum-Chidester House or the drive-by tour of the more than 20 historic homes and numerous landmarks that grace the community. Another popular attraction is a tour of seven authentically furnished log cabins, owned by Patsy Hale.

For more information on The City of Camden, visit www.explorecamden.com.

Event supported in part by the Camden Advertising and Promotions Commission.