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P.O. Box 1021, Portland, Oregon 97207-1021


"Family Fishing is Low Cost Fun"


Come join the fun, meet new friends, learn about fishing for bass, walleye, yellow perch, crappie, and sunfish (bluegill, pumpkinseed, and warmouth), learn new techniques for catching and new places to fish, and share your knowledge with us. Bring the whole family!

Welcome to the Oregon Bass & Panfish information website.  If you have any questions, comments,or fishing reports, please send them to this site.

Contact us at OregonBassAndPanfish@gmail.com for information about the club and our activities.

Member photos are welcome and encouraged and may be submitted to tlnelson43@hotmail.com .  Please include when, where, size and species of fish.  Interesting fishing scenery pictures are welcome too.


Oregon Tides

Henry Hagg Lake Level

Vancouver Gauge - Columbia River

Vancouver Gauge Tide Chart

Oregon City Gauge - Willamette River

NOAA Weather Report

Wind Guru - Wind, rain & temp forecasts for the Columbia Gorge. Can be customized.

Meetings are held at the
East Portland Community Center
740 SE 106th Ave
Portland, Oregon

The May Club meeting will feature the Oregon State Bass Fishing Club. They have had recent national success, putting Beaver Nation on the bass fishing map after winning the FLW College Fishing Western Conference bass tournament on the California Delta at Bethel Island. During this tournament they broke the record for the biggest one-day catch with a 29-7 bag, but lost it to yet another team’s catch. The team caught 25-5 on Sunday, adding to Saturday’s total to make their total weight for the tournament 54 pounds, 12 ounces — a solid 8 ounces heavier than any other two-day haul in a College Series event. Beaver Nation placed two teams which qualifies them for the FLW Western Conference Invitational on Oct. 11 at Clear Lake in California.


The Oregon Bass & Panfish Club was founded in 1958 for the purpose of encouraging and stimulating interest in fishing for warmwater species--bass, crappie, walleye, yellow perch, catfish, and sunfish (bluegill, pumpkinseed, red-eared sunfish, etc.) and in observing and enforcing fish and wildlife laws. The Club has a close relationship with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and helps to restore and restock specific bodies of water under the direction of ODFW.

The Club is a family oriented fishing club, with a current membership of approximately 300. It meets monthly (usually the fourth Thursday of each month) and has Club activities (volunteer projects, camp-outs, picnics, and fish-ins) once a month from March to October. A multi-page bulletin is published and mailed to members each month, which features the meeting notice, fishing reports/stories (when available), calendar of Club events, and articles of interest relating to boating safety, fishing tips, and environmental and legislative issues.

The Club has an annual fishing contest for its Adult and Youth members. Because the Club promotes "catch and release" of fish, entries are submitted with length measurements and, for some species, photographs.

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.

Over the years, the Club has worked with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on warmwater fish projects, such as St. Louis Ponds (near Woodburn, Oregon), Hartman Pond (near Benson Lake/Multnomah Falls), Henry Hagg Lake, Webster Pond (on Sauvie Island), and providing crappie for transplanting to Haystack Reservoir. Several of our Club members have become Angler Education Instructors through ODFW.

The Oregon Bass & Panfish Club, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) organization.

Membership is $20 annually (age 16 and older). Dual Membership is $25 annually (two people at same address).


More Info on the Membership page