Marshall County High School Announces Tournament on Kentucky Lake

 Tournament Announcement

Hosting school: Marshall County High School

Purpose: Club Fundraiser

Entry Fee: $20 per boat

When: November 19, 2016  Registration begins at 5:30am

Where: Moors Resort & Marina 570 Moors Rd, Gilbertsville, KY 42044

Registration Contact: Marshall County Anglers-270-205-0381/Coach Binns – Nicholas.binns@marshall.kyschools.us)

  • SAF Membership required

 

CENTRAL TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENT TRAIL HEADS TO LAKE WACO

High school teams from across Central Texas will be tackling Lake Waco, October 23 at the Central Texas High School Tournament Trail’s 2nd qualifying event of the 2016-2017 season. A record setting number of teams have already registered and all indications point toward another great tournament.

Check-in will begin at 5:45am at the Lacy Point ramp with the scales opening at 2pm. Going into this event the team of Joshua Gonzales and Kyle Learned are leading the points race for Team of the Year.

Rounding out the top three spots, are Braedon Metzqar and Brooks Barnett of Midway Bass Club and Landen Bennett and Bryant Mitchell of Troy ISD.

FAN High School Fishing Series Qualifier # 2 Heads to Lake Travis

FAN logoAfter a record breaking turnout for the season opener on Lake Buchanan the Lake Travis team of Parker Wagner and Cameron Reagan earned the win and are currently leading the Berkley Select Angler race. Every qualifying event is critical for top finishes and points. Lake Travis leaves the door wide open for anglers to get one step closer to the Chase for the Champions with over $6,000 in scholarships and prizes.

Fall fishing in Central Texas has always been one of the best times of the year to catch fish. Lake Travis, with its 18,622 acre surface at 100% full  is sure to produce lots of good bass and possibly set records for some lucky student anglers.

Check out our video of Jones Brothers Park and what to expect Saturday morning HERE

Where-
Jones Brother Park
Lakeside Dr, Leander, TX 78645
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When-
Check in will start at 5:30am.  There will be a boat safety check and we’ll release boats in numerical order at safe light.
Weigh in will be at 2PM– You must be checked in at the check station on the beach by 2PM or will be counted late.

Who is eligible?
Registration is open to all 7th-12th grade students. The entry fee for each tournament is $40 a boat with no more than two team members and each team member must be a TBF Student Angler Federation (SAF) member. In addition, to the one time FAN High School Fishing Series Membership of $10 per individual. Contestants must also have the signature of a parent or legal guardian in the provided space on the liability form.

How to Register

Must Register by October 26th
Registration deadline will be the Wednesday prior to the tournament via online registration only.  Late registrations will be accepted Saturday for complete teams only and will be added to bottom of the boat launch sequence. Please contact info@faithanglernetwork.com with any questions regarding registration.

ALSO CHECK OUT THE HOW TO REGISTER VIDEO HERE

Register online HERE

FOR RULES AND REGULATIONS CLICK HERE

Top finishing anglers will win tournament quality prizes from Abu Garcia, Berkley and Havoc, in addition, to a big bass award provided by Kistler Rods, OVER $1,200 in prizes.

Faith Angler Network is a 501©3 non-profit organization serving the Central Texas Area with Youth Fishing Events/ Charity Events/ Military Supported and Awareness Events/ Professional Run Bass Tournaments.

Phoenix High School Wins Western Conference Regional

dsc_0279Taj White and Nathan Cummings from the Phoenix High School Bass club brought a five bass of limit of Lake Havasu bass to the scales that tipped in at 18.1l pounds to win the Western Conference Regional Championship and claim their place in the TBF/FLW High School National Championship.

dsc_0283The pair held off a fierce charge from Jason Gentle and Cooper Goff from the Lake County Bass Club in California who also had a limit weighing 17.25 pounds. Their bag claimed the runner-up spot in the event, which brought together 10 teams from the Western Region to the Lake Havasu City marina where they were greeted by the Arizona Bass Federation who served as very gracious hosts for the event.

dsc_0284White and Cummings will join 12 teams from across the country at the TBF/FLW High School National Championship to be held next spring.

Rounding out the top three was the team of Joshua Gonzales and Garrett Bradshaw from the Delta Teen Anglers Team in California who also had a limit of bass that weighed 12.41 pounds.

Special thanks go out to the Lake Havasu Marina, the Arizona Bass Federation and former TBF BOD member Gary Bradford who served as tournament director for the event.

The 2016 Western Conference Regional was a two-person (team) event for students in grades 7-12. The top 10 percent from each TBF/FLW state championship field and the top three teams from each of the seven TBF/FLW Opens advance to the event.  The top 10 percent of each conference championship field will then advance to the High School Fishing National Championship, in the spring of 2017. The High School Fishing national champions will each receive a $5,000 scholarship to the school of their choice.

In addition to the state, conference and national championship events, all High School Fishing anglers nationwide qualify for the world’s largest high school fishing, standalone, championship event, the High School Fishing World Finals where $60,000 in scholarships and prizes are up for grabs.

FULL RESULTS

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Barbe High School Wins Southern Conference Regional Championship

southern-conference-regional-championsNick Nocilla and Colby Robinson from Barbe High School caught a limit of bass by 9:30am flipping docks and structure, and then hoped it would hold up over the 40 boat field. Their 10 pound 4 ounce bag would be enough to top the field to win the Southern Conference Regional Championship on Cypress Lake near Shreveport/Bossier, La., October 14-15.

“We used a black and red jig to catch most of our fish around docks and structure today,” Nocilla said.  “It’s kind of funny, once we caught that limit we didn’t catch another keeper the rest of the day,” Robinson added. “We weren’t sure if we had enough to win, but as we watched the other teams weigh-in we thought maybe we had a chance.” The pair will lead a four team contingent to the High School National Championship next spring.

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Coming in second, was the team of Dakota Pfoh and Justin Shelton from Mabank High School in Texas. They also brought a limit of bass to the scales at the scenic Cypress Lake Recreation area park weighing 9 pounds 11 ounces to claim the runner-up spot and punch a ticket to nationals.

Right behind them was the Mt. Ida, Arkansas duo of Hunter Bissell and Ty Whisenhunt. They had a limit that tipped in at 9 pounds 2 ounces for third and a national slot.

Rounding out the top four and claiming the final qualifying spot was the team of Ryan Mozisek and Josh Gray from Arkansas’s Benton High School with a limit weighing 9 pounds.

The number of qualifying spots is based on the number of teams that qualified for the event from the state championships and the TBF/FLW National Opens.   Special thanks to the Shreveport Bossier Sports Commission, the Cypress Lake Black Bayou Recreation Area, as well as, the Louisiana TBF for providing manpower and a terrific facility for the event.

FULL RESULTS

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