There is nothing quite like the feel of a bass tugging on your line! If you love fishing in Texas, or just being out on the water, then you should join us for Bass Brigade! You will learn a lot about the different fish species and ways to improve their environment, as well as protect and improve the water quality of Texas’ waterways, ponds, lakes, bays, and estuaries.
Bass Brigade is a unique educational program designed to educate high school age youth (ages 13-17) about aquatic ecosystems and natural resource management. For five days, high-achieving youth study botany (terrestrial and aquatic plants), biology, river, pond, and lake management, water quality and quantity strategies, and land and water stewardship. There are also activities involving photography, journaling, and art. Fishing skills, safety, and ethics are also covered. The other major components of the Bass Brigade are life-skills, such as leadership, team-building, critical-thinking, public speaking, and communication.
2019 Top Cadet
2019 Top School
2019 Scholarship Recipients
Case Lucky – $1,750
Eli Saunders – $1,250
Colby Bosch – $1,000
Grant Maresh – $1,000
Lacy Bland – $800
Thank you to Repel, Triton, Texas Boat World, Power Pole, Private Water Fishing, and Washington County donors for making these scholarships possible!
2019 Top School Reward
2019 Early Bird Reward
Bass Brigade Early Bird BOA Deadline: November 1st
THANK YOU to our generous Bass Brigade Donors and Supporters!
|Steven Bardin||Texas Pro Lake Management|
|Kyle Brookshear||Texas Parks and Wildlife|
|Luci Cook-Hildreth||Lower Colorado River Authority|
|Josh Flowers||Twin Oaks Pond Lake Management|
|Dakus Geeslin||Texas Parks and Wildlife|
|Michael Holcomb||Stregare Cheesecake Company|
|Michael Homer||Texas Parks and Wildlife|
|Gary Klein||Professional Angler|
|Kanyon Klein||Tarleton State University Student|
|Nic Martinez||Texas Parks and Wildlife|
|Brian Robert||Texas Wildlife Association|
|Clint Robertson||Texas Parks and Wildlife|
|Kassi Scheffer||Texas Wildlife Association|
|Debbie Wade||Texas Parks and Wildlife|