Join us Saturday, June 24th, as Native Fish Society hosts our second annual Umpqua Bass Bash! This event, hosted on the Umpqua River, will help remove Smallmouth Bass from the river and bring awareness to the problems this invasive fish species causes for native fish and the Umpqua River.
This event will include a fun day full of fishing for Smallmouth Bass, and camp education regarding native fish species, including the harmful effects Smallmouth Bass and other invasive species cause. There will be fishing, camping, raffle & prizes, food prepared by The Royal Coachmen - and more!
You’re also welcome to join us for the day and dinner festivities. Please register and let us know if you will be joining us so we can get a good count on attendees for food, beverages, and camping.
Mark your calendars for June 24th, and stay tuned for more exciting details to come soon! We hope you'll join us!
If you have any questions or want to learn more about this event, don't hesitate to get in touch with our NFS Southern Oregon Coordinator Kirk Blaine at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Register using the form below!
Check out photos below from last year's First Annual Bash Bash!