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Club Membership Information

Membership Form

 The Oregon Bass & Panfish Club is a group of like-minded anglers with a passion for warmwater fishing.  The Club meets monthly and has Club activities at least once a month from March to October. A multi-page bulletin is emailed to members each month, which features the meeting notice, calendar of Club events, fishing tips and articles of interest relating to "How-To", "Where-To", and "When-To" fish for warmwater species.

The Oregon Bass & Panfish Club holds meetings on the fourth Thursday of each month (some exceptions) starting at 7:00 p.m., at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church - Carvlin Hall, 2408 SE 16th Ave., Portland, OR 97214, Oregon. Visitors are welcome! The club currently has more than 175 members. The club was formed in 1958 and is the largest nonprofit warmwater fishing organization in Oregon.  Since the early 1960s, the Oregon Bass & Panfish Club has been the official record keeper of the State Records for Warmwater Fish caught in Oregon.

Come join the fun, meet new friends, learn about fishing for bass, walleye, yellow perch, crappie, and bluegill, pumpkinseed, and catfish, learn new techniques for catching, new places to fish, and share your knowledge with us.  Membership is $20 annually (age 16 and older). Dual Membership is $25 annually.  We look forward to meeting you!

Membership Drive Contest for 2024

All new members joining in 2024 will have their names entered into a drawing for a rod and reel. Current members who refer someone who becomes a member will also have their name entered into the drawing.  The drawing will be held at the January meeting 2025. 

"The Mission of the Oregon Bass & Panfish Club is to stimulate interest in warmwater fishing; to preserve waters for warmwater fishing; and to improve warmwater fishing opportunities through cooperation with fisheries stakeholders."

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