Arkansas Black Bass Coalition

The Arkansas Black Bass Coalition is a Non-Profit organization established in 2003. The purpose and scope of the organization, better known as the ABBC, is to promote better fisheries for native species of fish across the state emphasizing clean water, enhanced habitat and advanced conservation methods.

Working with the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

​​Bass Fry headed for a new home

​ABBC Meeting are held at SMOKIN IN STYLE BBQ located at 2278 Albert Pike Rd, Hot Springs Meeting time is 6:00 PM on the first Tuesday of every month.

Become a Black Bass Coalition Member You are invited to become a member of the Arkansas Black Bass Coalition.  Please complete the individual membership application under Membership.

Arkansas Black Bass Coalition

APPRECIATION DINNER

6:00 P.M., Saturday, March 1, 2014

Garland County Fairgrounds

Extension Homemakers Council Dining Room

4831 Malvern Avenue, Hot Springs, AR  

​$15.00

Hey ABBC Members,

This dinner is not a fundraiser.  We have a voice in the future of our area lakes.  You all know about the stocking of black bass, smallmouth, brush pile building, and lake management.  Thanks to the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission and the US Army Corps of Engineers this is possible.  Your attendance is important to future progress of the ABBC.  We have strength in numbers!  Dinner is short, and the food is great! Please attend!


Tony Usdrowski

Treasurer

ABBC


For Tickets Call:

Mike Wells:  501-844-4256 / 501-337-6712

Doyle Cain:  501-609-5867 / 501-767-2088

James Boley:  501-276-3482

Tony Usdrowski:  501-844-1928