The Central Oregon Bass Club completed three habitat improvement projects in 2011, a spring, summer and fall spider block project.
Barrie Bassmasters members add 150 Christmas trees to Lake Simcoe for fish habitat.
Volunteers provide a better habitat for spawning bass.
Two beds were installed in a private pond where Lake Oconee Junior Bass Club's tournaments are held.
Family fishing pond receives a face-lift from Roswell Bass Club.
More than 65 volunteers helped create 900 habitat blocks for the Lake Conroe Artificial Structure project.
The Rutland B.A.S.S. Club strategically placed more than 30 Christmas trees around Lake St. Catherine.
The Washington Fire Creek Bassmasters cleaned up boat ramps, boat launches and the shores of Harts Lake in Pierce County.
Chance Bralley worked with the DNR to make the state fishery laws easier for anglers to follow.
Thanks to volunteers, a study has begun on the Waccamaw River System.