For the second year, our Fish-Off will be held in partnership with the Friends of Woodland Park’s Happy Trails and Hot Dogs Day.
Both events will be held on Saturday June 2, 2017 at Woodland Park.
Fish-Off trophies will be awarded to “Little Anglers” (children 12 or under) and “Big Anglers” (anyone 13 and over) for the Biggest, Ugliest and Most Unusual fish caught by both groups.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. at the tent at Woodland Park. Weigh-in and judging will begin at 11 a.m. with judging announcements at 12:30 p.m. Entry fees are a suggested donation of $5 per family/group of five, or free with $10 White Oak Bayou Association annual membership.
All participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by or have signed permission of a parent or guardian. All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. All participants must abide by the Texas Parks and Wildlife rules and provide their own fishing gear and bait.
A fishing license is not requited on June 2 – it is TPWD’s Free Fishing Day! All fish must be caught the day of the event in the White Oak Bayou or one of its tributaries. Participants are responsible for their catch. For the fish weigh-in competition, only one entry per person will be allowed.
All entries must be of the subphylum vertebrata class -“fishes”; no reptiles, amphibians, birds or mammals; no turtles, crabs, leaches, frogs, clams, barnacles, snakes, crawfish, snails, algae or zooplankton will be allowed.
Pre-registration instructions are available on whiteoakbayou.org/newshistory-and-events.html and includes a copy of the liability waiver and contest rules.
Other outdoor activities will include: Fish Lips Contest, The-one-that-got-away Fish Tales, Small Fry Fishing Pond & Gar Toss, Bayou City Works, Guided trail hikes. There will be free, hot dogs, chips and root beer floats.
For more information, or to volunteer, please email email@example.com.
The White Oak Bayou Association is a 501(c)(3) organization non-profit citizen’s organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration and maintenance of the natural wildlife habitats along our bayou resources. We promote compatible recreational opportunities and seek to increase public awareness, appreciation and enjoyment of the White Oak Bayou, it tributaries and environs.
Membership consists of individuals, civic groups, professional organizations and businesses and is open to all interested persons or groups citywide. All membership contributions are tax deductible.