April 17, 2003 MEETING MINUTES
The regular membership of the Idaho State B.A.S.S. Federation was called to order by President J.C. Worthen at 7:30 P.M. at the Creekside Restaurant in Twin Falls. There were 19 officers, representatives and guests present.
The minutes of March 2002 were approved as written.
TREASURY REPORT: The Treasurer reported a balance of $13,663.13 of which $2780.82 is Conservation; $927.47 in the South Operating fund, $355.82 State Team Operating; $4.64Youth; $5,527.43 South State Team and $4006.95 in General Funds. Treasury report was approved.
INTRODUCTIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:
YOUTH: Scyler Hill
Scyler has been appointed the Youth Director for the Western Region.
Magic Valley Bassmasters will be holding a Casting Kids competition 4/26-27
CONSERVATION: Conservation Officer STEVE BURK
Idaho Fish & Game has proposed draining Cascade Reservoir and poisoning it to rebuild the perch fishery. A meeting is being held April 23 to discuss the details. Allan Chandler will attend and present the Federations support for the proposal. He will offer the Federations help for fish rescue and structure building projects.
¨ South Qualifier April 19 at CJ Strike
¨ East Qualifier June 15
COMMUNICATION: Steve Day
The next newsletter will be out by June 15. Send Steve articles by May 15.
Several complaints were made regarding the Wyoming Federation Qualifier held at CJ Strike. All complaints were I regards to the way fish were handled. A letter is to be sent to the Wyoming Federation and to National.
Clubs holding tournaments at Owyhee Reservoir must have an insurance binder from B.A.S.S. to show Oregon State Parks.
There being no more new business, President Worthen reminded all that the next meeting would be on May 21, 2003 at TriState Marine. The meeting adjourned at 8:30p.m.