Article I Section I Name:
Banks Lake Bass Club of Electric City, Washington.
Article I Section II Purpose:
To stimulate public awareness of bass fishing as a major
sport. To offer our state conservation department our
organized moral and political support and encouragement.
To promote full adherence to all conservation codes and to
demand adequate water standards and legal enforcement of
existing regulatory standards. To detect and report
any polluter and call public attention to their crime.
To improve our skill as bass anglers through a fellowship of
friendly exchange of expert bass catching techniques and
ideas, to promote and encourage youth fishing, and a love
for this great recreation.
Article II Section I Number of Members:
The club shall begin with maintain at least six charter
Article II Section II Requirement for Membership:
To become a member of this club a person must:
1. Express an interest in joining the club.
2. Be voted upon by membership. Vote shall be
electronically and affirmation shall be unanimous.
3. Be at least 16 years of age.
Article II Section III Membership Dues:
Membership dues shall be $70 annually, payable upon
being voted into the chapter and then October of the
calendar year. $50 shall be for TBF / FLW and $20 for
State Federation dues.
Article III Section I Officers and Their Duties:
Officers shall conduct the affairs of the Chapter in a
manner consistent with these Bylaws.
The officers of the club shall consist of:
Presides over all meetings and directs all official
business. Appoints and directs all committee
functions. Supervises all club functions.
Maintains accurate minutes of all meetings. Maintains
regular liaison between other clubs, TBF and the state
Presides over all tournaments and their functions.
Maintains accurate financial records. Presents the
financial report eletronically.
Article III Section II Elections:
The elections of officers shall be held annually
electronically in September.. Election into office
shall require a simple majority of members.
Election for each office shall be held separately in the
order listed in Article III Section I.
Article III Section IV Term of Office:
The term of office is one year, which begins on October 1
and ends on the last day of September or until the successor
Article III Section V Vacancies:
In the event of an office becoming vacant, nominations shall
be asked and an election held to fill the unexpired term of
the individual vacating the office.
III Section VI Eligibility for Holding Office:
To be eligible for an office a member must:
1. Express an interest in chapter business.
Article IV Section I Amending the Constitution and By-Laws:
The constitution may be amended at any regular meeting by
2/3 vote of the members present, provided notice of the
proposed amendment has been presented to the membership at
least one regular meeting prior to the vote.
V Section I Removal of Membership:
A member shall be dropped from the membership roll for the
1. Failure to pay dues.
2. Any action which would reflect dishonor and disgrace to
Article VI Section I Affiliation:
1. Maintain 100% TBF membership.
2. Affiliate with the state Federation (WSBF ) and
support its youth, conservation and other programs.
Names, Addresses of new members be provided to WSBF / TBF as
Update via Online Roster Management membership