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HBCD 50th Golden Year Banquet is officially set!

The upcoming HBCD 50th Golden Year Banquet has been officially set for October 20, 2018 at 12:00pm to 4:00 pm. The location will be at the Clear Lake Park (5001 E. NASA Pkwy, Seabrook, TX 77586) at the Civic Room (Meeting Room).  This banquet is to honor all present an past HBCD members throughout the years to recognize their outstanding efforts to keeping this organization going. The flyers, RSVP, Maps, etc. are now underway. Please be on the look out.  We would like to recognize past members that left this earth. If you know of the name that left this earth, please provide or email us and what year.  Thanks!


HBCD Local Bass Tournament at Sam Rayburn Lake – North ( Cassell Boykin)

The next local Bass Tournament November and December 2018 for the members of HBCD will be decided by the Tournament Director.   As soon as he determined a date for Cassell Boykin, then you all will be notified. Keep your eyes on the website for a determined date.  He can be reached at 469-522-2811 or through Glide.  If you have questions, please contact Larry Fewell, Tournament Director.  Thanks!


 2019 FINAL 10th Annual Crawfish Charity Event

It was decided that 2019 10th Annual Crawfish Charity Event will be the FINAL event that Houston Bass Club of the Deaf, Inc. will host.  It has been a remarkable 9 years of hosting this such charity events. This has been a blessed to enjoy social and having great profit to use as charity. Thank you all that attended in the past and helped make this charity event a success.


General Meeting

Please check out the Meeting Schedule in our website for December 2018. Will be looking forward to seeing you there.


Fewell wins the 4th Annual Texas Deaf Bass Anglers Championship

Larry Fewell wins the 4th Annual Invitational Bass Tournament held at Sam Rayburn Lake on September 29, 2018. His bass weigh-in was 2.68 lbs and a length of 17 5/8″ giving him the Champion and Lunker award for this tournament. He received his plaques and prizes awards.  Patrick Stuckey came in Second with bass weigh-in at 1.83 lbs and a length of 17 3/8″.  He was awarded the second place prize.  The weather was not as outstanding due to overcast all day. There were many bass anglers at the lake and as they said the weather was not as great for them as well. Several of our bass anglers caught several basses but not over the required length. Congratulation to the winners and the next tournament for Texas Deaf Bass Anglers will be held on September 28, 2019 until further notice by the Chairperson.  Thanks!