Welcome to Big Bend Sportsman
Big Bend Sportsman, Inc. was formed as a not for profit organization in July of 2007. The Big Bend is a great resource and offers many outdoors activities. This organization’s goal is to help conserve these natural resources, insure the future of outdoors sporting activities for our community as well as for future generations, to share
information on area outdoor sports and to promote conservation activities in our area. The BBS will provide a meeting place for people that share these goals and hopefully allow them a way to help attain these goals. We welcome old and new forum members to join in, share in the comradery and have a good time along the way.
Current forum members bring many years of fishing experience from the Florida Keys to Venice, Louisiana and some have fished around the world. From the smallest pond, to the coastal waters and beyond - everyone has experiences to share, questions to ask and answers to questions posted. It all adds up to make this a more useful and entertaining
BBS, Inc. holds two Fishing Tournament events per year called “Bashes”. These family events are designed to allow members to get together for food, fellowship and outdoor activities. These events also help to raise money to fund fishing related charities - 50% of our proceeds are committed to CCA Florida to help insure that today’s kids can
enjoy fishing when they are adults. With the exception of overhead costs, the rest of our proceeds are donated to various fishing related charities and causes. We also like to support youth oriented fishing causes.
If you would
like to donate to help protect our waters and fisheries
you may use the PayPal button below to do so:
Either in conjunction with the activities of the “Bashes” or separately, the BBS sponsors educational seminars about boating, boating safety and sporting regulations, along with tips, techniques and technical information that apply to these activities. Much of this information and other useful topics can be found on the BBS web site or in posts
on the BBS forums.
The forums allow a place for members from different areas to interact. There are separate forums for different types of topics. Forum space for local fishing clubs has been made available, at no charge, so these organizations can have a place for their membership to communicate with each other. If you have a local fishing club in the Big Bend
Area and would like to be a part of our forum, contact us
Please take some time to look around the web site. There is usually something old or something new to catch the eye, entertain or inform.
Thanks for stopping -- the BBS staff.
PS … You can contact us using the information on the Contact Info page.