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Excerpt from the Quality Bass Club By-Laws:
To stimulate public awareness of bass fishing as a major sport. To offer our state conservation department our organized moral and political support and encouragement. To promote full adherence to all conservation codes and to demand adequate water standards. To detect and report any polluter and call public and political attention to the crime. To improve our skill as bass anglers through a fellowship of friendly exchange of expert bass-catching techniques and ideas, and to promote and encourage youth fishing, and a love for this great recreation. To function as a dynamic and effective link with other Chapters of the State B.A.S.S. Chapter Federation embracing the principles and purposes of Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (c).   

 

To this end, Quality Bass Club has been proactive in sporting, environmental, children, and conservation issues. Here are a few of the community events that Quality Bass Club was involved in over the last several years.

 


 

BCRAGD logo Community Service Project: Club members spent Saturday morning, November 12th, 2016 building PVC and polymer fish attractors to sink into Medina Lake to try to improve the fish habitat and recreational fishing. The structures were placed into Medina on Saturday morning, November 19th, 2016. See pictures on our Facebook page.

 

Fisher House Volunteers' Picnic:   May 2, 2015. We prepared and served a picnic lunch for Fisher House Volunteers and Residents and organized events for the youngsters. See pictures.

 

Fisher House Appreciation November 2013. Quality Bass Club put on a barbeque lunch of burgers and dogs and all the fixins for the occupants of the Fisher House facilities on Joint Base San Antonio, Lackland and for the wonderful voluteers who make it possible for these facilities to operate smoothly. See pictures and thank you letter.  

 

Christmas Bicycle Donations. December 2012. The club donated six bicycles with helmets to the McCombs Ford West Angel Tree project as well as ten bikes to Toys for Tots and other needy organizations.  

 

Fishing for Freedom IX:  October 13th, 2012. Another successful event, thanks to all sponsors and supporters. See results and pictures.   

 

Fishing for Freedom VIII:  October 15th, 2011. Another wonderful successful event, thanks to all sponsors and supporters. See results and pictures.   

 

Club Donation to Bastrop Fire Relief. October 2011. The club donated $250 to Bastrop Fire Relief.

 

Club Donation to Wounded Warriors Project. October 2011. The club donated $250 to Wanda Oswalt to provide Mary Kay cosmetic packages, both male and female, to recovering soldiers at BAMC. See Certificate of Appreciation.

 

Annual Fish Fry, Raffle and Auction:   August 21st, 2010. Thanks to participants and sponsors we raised close to $3500 for the club.

 

McCombs Ford West's Angel Tree Project (2010).  This year our club again donated 6  bikes to the Angel Tree Project, which gives out Christmas presents to less fortunate children in the San Antonio area.

 

Fishing for Freedom VII:  October 16th, 2010. Again, thanks to our wonderful sponsors and supporters for making the wounded soldiers' day of fishing and comraderie a day they'll remember. See Results and Pictures   

 

Annual Fish Fry, Raffle and Auction:   August 22nd, 2009. Thank you to all who supported our annual Fish Fry, Raffle and Auction. We raised approximately $1600.00 to support community and club events.

 

Fishing for Freedom VI:  October 17th, 2009. Another successful event thanks to the Valero volunteers, Army Bass Anglers, volunteer boaters, Brian cooking at the Calliham Store and all the Quality Bass Club members who pitched in, including everyone else who helped. See results and pictures. Read the Defense Media Agency article.

 

2008 Annual Fish Fry, Raffle and Auction:  August 23rd, 2008. This year's fundraiser was another very successful event. Thanks to all sponsors and participants we raised over $2400.

 

Fishing for Freedom V:  October 25th, 2008, Choke Canyon Reservoir.  See pictures & results |  See Air Force Link story.

 

Fishing for Freedom IV:  November 3rd, 2007 on Choke Canyon Reservoir. Another fantastic event thanks to Valero Volunteers, NCOA, Armybassanglers.com, Labatt Foods and many more wonderful sponsors. Results and Pictures | Air Force News article online

 

Casting for Kids - June 30, 2007. 

 

Casting for Kids - November 11, 2006.  See pictures.

 

Fishing For Freedom III - October 28, 2006.  See pictures and results.

 

Catch A Special Thrill (C.A.S.T.) for Kids Event.  Quality Bass volunteered time and fishing expertise to help the CAST for Kids Foundation event held on Lake Calaveras in June 2006.

 

Texas Federation Nation 2005 Club of the Year.  Quality Bass Club was honored to receive the MinnKota Club of the Year award for 2005.

 

Fishing For Freedom II - October 29, 2005.  See pictures and results.

 

Fishing For Freedom I - April 2, 2005.  See pictures and post-event info.

 

Casting Kids Event - May 2005.  See pictures.

 

South Texas BASS Federation.  Club of the Year 2004 & 2005.

 

Catch A Special Thrill (C.A.S.T.) for Kids Event.  Club members volunteered their time and fishing expertise to help the CAST for Kids Foundation event held on Lake Calaveras in June 2005.

 

Minn Kota Club of the Year Write Up.  See our 2004 submissionWord Doc(Opens a Word document)

 

Gillespie Ford's Angel Tree Project (2004).  This year our club again donated 6  bikes to the Angel Tree Project, which gives out Christmas presents to less fortunate children in the San Antonio area.

 

Academy Sports and Outdoors and Quality Bass Club Casting Kids Event.  The club held two successful Casting Kids events for 2004 at the Academy at Loop 410 & Military and the Academy on SW Military.  We had over 50 contestants at each event. See pictures.

 

Minn Kota Club of the Year Write Up.  See our 2003 submissionWord Doc(Opens a Word document)

 

Gillespie Ford's Angel Tree Project (2003).  This year our club donated 6 more bikes to the Angel Tree Project, which gives out Christmas presents to less fortunate children in the San Antonio area.

 

Academy Sports and Outdoors and Quality Bass Club Casting Kids Event.  The club held a successful Casting Kids event for 2003 at the Academy at Loop 410 & Military.  We had approximately 60 contestants at this year's events.


Academy Sports and Outdoors and Quality Bass Club Casting Kids Event.  The club held its first Casting Kids event of 2002 at the Academy at 1604.

 
Baptist Children's Home (Sep 2001). Quality Bass donated $100 for bathroom articles, food, etc for local S.A. disadvantaged and homeless children.


C.A.S.T. for Kids.  Several Members of the club donated their time in September 2001 to take some special kids and their parents out fishing for the day. The kids, parents, and fisherman had an absolutely fun-filled time. Special thanks to C.A.S.T. and Ron Castle of the Federation for hosting this wonderful event.

 
Boysville 2001 B.A.S.S. Casting Kids Event.  Several Members of the club again donated their time in July 2001 to pull off another wonderful Casting Kids event with Boysville and the Optimist club.


Boysville 2000 B.A.S.S. Casting Kids Event.  Several Members of the club donated their time to conduct a wonderful Casting Kids event with Boysville and the Optimist club.


Ronnie's Marine and Quality Bass Club Casting Kids at Canyon Lake.  The club held its first Casting Kids event of the year in concert with Ronnie's Marine at Canyon Lake.


Take a Kid Fishing Day.   Several Members of the club donated their time and boats in order to help the effort of taking kids out for a wonderful day of fishing.


"SMART" Donation. The club was part of numerous organizations who donated money towards the purchase of an alternate means of controlling hydrilla in our Texas lakes - a weed harvester. Rather than resorting to chemical treatments, a harvester has been purchased and is being operated successfully by the Texas Parks and Wildlife in lakes such as Coleto Creek and Bastrop in order to control the weeds but not pollute the water.


Response to PETA.  Several members of the club were proactive in voicing their concerns over the organization PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) trying to defame the sport of fishing. PETA was trying to boycott General Mills for the plans to place Mr Denny Brauer on the cover of Wheaties boxes in order to recognize his success in the sport of fishing.


Flood Relief Efforts at Del Rio, TX.  The club donated a "boat-load" (literally) of food and clothing to the Emergency Center in Del Rio. The town was hit very hard by torrential rains which flooded many of the low-lying areas and houses.


Gillespie Ford's Angel Tree Project.  During Christmas time, the club donates money for the purchase of toys and gifts for needy children in San Antonio. The club has donated over 24 bikes since we started giving to these needy children.


Lack's Food Drive.  During Christmas time, the club rounds up food for the annual Lack's food drive.


Monofilament Line Recycling.  Throughout the year, the club is active in recycling their old line through the program at Academy Sports and Outdoors store. Academy collects old monofilament line at all of their stores for later recycling. By keeping these thousands of yards of line out of the landfills and lakes, we can further protect our natural resources and lessen the danger line has to nature's "critters."


Remember... Please take care of the waters you fish and share the joy of fishing with a child!!!

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