In an effort to ensure that our anglers spend more of their time on the water and less time filling out paperwork, OperationBass.com has developed a number of technological upgrades to make online registration for the Red Man Tournament Trail events easier than ever before.
While we always attempt to make registration as user-friendly as possibly, the new system simplifies the process by allowing anglers to register for tournaments and submit entry fees within minutes of visiting redmantournamenttrail.com. However, the new site offers other benefits as well. Access to individual tournament deadlines, easy-to-follow registration instructions and a personal information security system have also been added for the angler’s convenience.
Registration is easy. Simply visit our Red Man Tournament Trail homepage, click on tournament registration and find the appropriate division you desire to enter. When you find that division, click on it and a list of upcoming tournaments in that particular division will appear. Check the boxes next to the tournaments you wish to attend and click the “next” page icon at the bottom of the screen. When the new page appears, fill out the convenient registration form.
You are now finished. It’s that simple to register!
In addition, OperationBass.com has integrated Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to ensure that all information you submit via OperationBass.com is completely confidential. Using SSL technology, your information – from credit card and social security numbers to e-mail and home addresses – is encrypted from your browser to the Operation Bass server. That means the only parties to see that information are you and Operation Bass. The 128-bit encryption algorithm we use has never been broken and assures the maximum security for any registration transmission via our Web site.
With our new secured system, tournament registration fees can be submitted on-line with either a Visa or Master Card. However, if you would like to pay by personal check or money order, simply print out the registration form and mail it to OperationBass.com with your payment.
In an effort to provide a timely response to all requests, anglers who register online will now receive a corresponding tournament entry confirmation number by return e-mail. And as usual, we will continue to work closely with our anglers to provide the best online services in the professional bass fishing industry.
Questions and comments concerning the new Red Man Tournament Trail registration page can be sent to [email protected]