Trinity Trails District, BSA

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

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Fall Fishing Derby 2017

Trinity Trails Fishing Derby

In a Stocked Pond

Saturday Sept. 16th, 2017
Greenbrier Recreational Area
(3 Blocks North of I-20 on Hemphill)
Fort Worth, Texas

Who?All Trinity Trails Registered Cub Scouts or any boy interested in joining.
Bring a friend!
What?Annual Fishing Derby
Why?Cause WE LIKE TO FISH! You can also earn the Fishing belt loop!
When?From 8:00 AM until 12:00 Noon, Saturday, Sept. 16th, 2017. Registration begins at 8:00 and the fishing starts as soon as you get registered.
Where?Greenbrier Recreational Area, three blocks north of I-20 on Hemphill Street. Take I-20 to the Hemphill exit and turn north (toward downtown Ft. Worth). Just before you get to the big overpass bridge, the sign will be on your left. Take a left turn and follow the street to the parking lot and you’re there.

How much does it cost? Just $10 gets you a patch, worms, and a chance for prizes!

What do I need to bring? Bring your fishing gear if you have it. If you don’t have your own, we’ll have some to borrow.

How do I register? Easy, just show up and go to the registration table. Give the nice people your $10 registration fee, sign in, and get your patch and bait.

What about prizes? There will be three categories: Biggest Fish, Smallest Fish, and Strangest Catch. To be fair, winners are limited to one prize only. 1st place in each category gets a new Rod and Reel, 2nd place in each category gets a new Tackle Box with tackle. Winners will be notified by telephone and prizes will be given out at the next Cub Scout Roundtable meeting. Sorry guys, but we practice "Catch and Release" so if you want fish for dinner ya gotta go to Long John Silvers!

Other questions? Come to roundtable or contact Brian Cook at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

2017 Fall Fishing Derby flyer Click this link to download this information in a .pdf flyer, or share this link

See you there on Saturday, Sept. 16th
Good Luck!

The pond will be stocked with ~400 catfish the day before the derby…
May the odds be ever in your favor!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 August 2017 18:41

Congratulations to Trinity Trails' newest Eagle Scouts!

Eagle Scout Medal

Five Trinity Trails Scouts achieved the rank of Eagle Scout at June's Eagle Boards of Review!

Congratulations to Trinity Trails District's newest Eagles:

  • Maxwell Gordon, Troop 17
  • Samuel Jones, Troop 554
  • Collin Nikirk, Troop 9
  • Jackson Wilson, Troop 350
  • Nathaniel Yanger, Troop 95

And many thanks to those Scouters who came out to participate as Eagle Board members!

Steve Beyt
District Advancement

Volunteer Trainers Needed

Volunteer Trainers Needed



October 6th-7th

Camp Holland-Weatherford, TX


Please contact Mary McLane

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Because every scout deserves a trained leader.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 June 2017 06:23
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Trinity Trails Contacts

David Rico,
Field Director – Western Service Area

Steve Baker,
District Chair (Acting)
Jason Kelly,
District Commissioner
Fritz Quast,
Kevin McClean,
James Horton,
Cub Roundtable Commissioner
David Brynell,
Scout Roundtable Commissioner
Cory Tallman,
Steve Beyt,
Joel Lewallen,
Camp Cards
Blake Leva,
Kevin McCormick,
Nominating Committee Chair
James Tinker,
Venturing Round Table Chair
Webelos to Scout Transition Coordinator
Sayi Prasad Gottumukkala,
Social Media Coordinator
Carll Martinez,
Family Friends of Scouting
Mike Cormier,
Brent Clark,
OA Advisor
Gaby Pilonieta,
District Awards
Bill Peterson,
Merit Badges
Douglas Abernathy,