TUNSTALL HIGH SCHOOL WINS VIRGINIA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

June 13, 2016

Virginia ChampionsLandon Siggers and Jacob Johnson brought in a five bass limit weighing 15 pounds, 5 ounces, to win the TBF/FLW Virginia High School Fishing State Championship on the James River. The pair had a 5 pound 9 ounce beauty that anchored their winning sack to earn them the championship titles, trophies and a slot in the Northern Conference Regional Championship on Lake Champlain in September.

Coming in a tie for second were the teams of, Drake Hundley and Aaron Riddick, and, Cullen Lammhoover and Blake Miles, both representing Motoaca High School.  The teams had five fish limits weighing 12 pounds, 15 ounces.

Al three teams will advance to the Northern Conference Regional Championship on Lake Champlain in September to compete for a chance at advancing to the High School National Championship.

A special thanks goes out to Alan Gray and FLW’s BFL staff, as well as, Jerry Wright and the VA TBF for providing equipment and manpower for the event.

Virginia Contestents Cullen and MilesThe 2016 Virginia State Championship 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 will advance to a Conference Championship 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 2016 High School Fishing World Finals. The 2016 World Finals is coming up June 28 – July 2 on Pickwick Reservoir in Florence, Ala., with over $60,000 in scholarships and prizes up for grabs.  Click HERE for more details.

Click here for the state championship FULL RESULTS.

HIGH SCHOOL FISHING WORLD FINALS RETURNS TO FLORENCE, ALABAMA

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Over $60,000 in Scholarships and Prizes Offered, All With No Entry Fees

Ponca City, Okla., June 7, 2016 – The Student Angler Federation’s High School Fishing World Finals is the most prestigious national high school fishing event in the country. Last year, 177 teams from 22 states competed in Florence, Ala.  This year’s event expects even higher numbers as anglers will again head to Pickwick Reservoir, June 27-July 2, to vie for the titles.

“We’re thrilled to once again be hosting the World Finals,” Florence Lauderdale Tourism’s, Suzie Shoemaker, stated. “Last year was a terrific event and our community has embraced this event with open arms,” added the always enjoyable Shoemaker.

15HSFWF-winners“The High School World Finals is the event that started it all for several high school programs across the country,” TBF National Youth Director, Mark Gintert, said.  “Now, in its seventh year it’s continues to get bigger and better each year.  We’re thrilled to return to Florence and Pickwick Reservoir.”

Bethel University will rejoin the event as one of the scholarship providers and they’re doing so in a big way. Any Junior or Senior on the winning team will receive a $6,000 four year scholarship offer to Bethel University in McKenzie, Tenn., for a total of $24,000 per angler or as much as $48,000 per team. Additionally, should the winning team not be able to accept Bethel’s offer, The Bass Federation will offer the winning team $1,000 four year scholarships to the school of choice or as much as $8,000.

“Bethel University is very proud to partner with SAF’s High School World Finals to offer scholarships for the Champions,” Bethel Team Coach, Gary Mason, said.  “Bethel University is known nationwide as one of the leading collegiate bass fishing programs in America and the first to offer scholarship funding for student angling.

It’s very fitting we partner with one of the nation’s top high school fishing programs to support these young anglers,” Mason added.  “We’re both privileged and honored to be a part of SAF’s High School World Finals.”

Activities begin Tuesday, June 28 with registration, check-in/rules meeting and a banquet at the Florence Coliseum. Competition begins Wednesday, June 29 and concludes on Saturday, July 2 with a 21 team final.  The finale will award life-changing education scholarships and a long list of prizes to help them along their journeys such as, laptops, tablets, gift cards and large screen TVs -the envy of any dorm room- will be on the line for these young anglers.

The no-entry fee event is open to all active SAF high school anglers including graduating Seniors.  Non-SAF members can pay their memberships at the time of online registration.

For the detailed fact sheet and to register click HERE.

About The Bass Federation

The Bass Federation Inc., (TBF) is owned by those we serve and dedicated to the sport of fishing. TBF is the largest and oldest, organized grassroots fishing organization. TBF affiliated state federations and their member clubs conduct more than 20,000 fishing, youth and conservation events at the local level each year and have provided a foundation for the entire bass fishing industry for more than 40 years. Visit Bassfederation.com.

 

FIVE FLORIDA SCHOOLS NAMED FIRST RECIPIENTS OF FLW FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL FISHING GRANTS

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Funds help establish new or expand existing High School Fishing clubs

MINNEAPOLIS (June 7, 2016) – In celebration of National Fishing and Boating Week (June 4-12), Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) is proud to announce the first five awards as part of the FLW Foundation Florida High School Fishing grant program.

The first five grant recipients are:

  • Academy of Environmental Science, Crystal River, Fla.
  • Lake Wales Senior High School, Lake Wales, Fla.
  • Pasco Middle School, Dade City, Fla.
  • South Dade Senior High School, Homestead, Fla.
  • Space Coast Junior/Senior High School, Cocoa, Fla.

The grants, offered through a two-year initiative with the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF) and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), are available to Student Angler Federation (SAF)-affiliated high school fishing clubs in Florida in the amount of up to $500 per school to establish new or expand existing clubs.

“High School Fishing is a great opportunity for kids to experience the outdoors and this money will certainly help us build the club for next season,” said Leroy Owens, co-sponsor of the South Dade Senior High School fishing team. “We’re going to purchase some fishing rods and small tackle boxes for some of our anglers who are just starting, and we’re also going to buy some banners and signage to promote the club and develop the program. These kids want to do this and are very excited.”

The Florida High School Fishing grant initiative will help recruit new anglers, retain existing anglers during a critical developmental period and reactivate lapsed anglers, including parents and grandparents, eager to support fishing as a high school sport. Florida High School Fishing clubs that have at least 10 SAF members or are interested in becoming an SAF-affiliated club and are recognized by their school are eligible and encouraged to apply for the grants.

“Our program just finished our first year, and I think High School Fishing is a great way to reach students that did not want to participate in traditional sports but still want to be involved in school activities,” said Jennifer Cotton, sponsor of the Space Coast Senior/Junior High School fishing team. “We plan to use these funds to purchase jerseys and hats for the team to have a more official uniform. We hope to expand the club to participating in tournaments this year and looking the part will help boost the kids’ confidence.”

The Florida High School Fishing Grant Application is available at FLWFishing.com/Foundation. Applications are generally reviewed within three to five business days, but may be as long as four weeks. School sponsors are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

More information on the FLW Foundation is available at FLWFishing.com/Foundation.

About Fishing League Worldwide (FLW)

FLW is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, providing anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money in 2016 across five tournament circuits. Headquartered in Benton, Kentucky, with offices in Minneapolis, FLW conducts more than 235 bass-fishing tournaments annually across the United States and sanctions tournaments in Canada, China, Mexico and South Korea. FLW tournament fishing can be seen on the Emmy-nominated “FLW” television show, broadcast to more than 564 million households worldwide, while FLW Bass Fishing magazine delivers cutting-edge tips from top pros. For more information visit FLWFishing.com and follow FLW at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Periscope: @FLWFishing.

About the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF)

RBFF is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase participation in recreational angling and boating, thereby protecting and restoring the nation’s aquatic natural resources. RBFF developed the award-winning Take Me Fishing™ and Vamos A Pescar™ campaigns to create awareness around boating, fishing and conservation, and educate people about the benefits of participation. Take Me Fishing and Vamos A Pescar help boaters and anglers of all ages and experience levels learn, plan and equip for a day on the water. The campaign websites, TakeMeFishing.org, and VamosAPescar.org, feature how-to videos, information on how to get a fishing license and boat registration, and an interactive state-by-state map that allows visitors to find local boating and fishing spots.

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FIVE FLORIDA SCHOOLS NAMED FIRST RECIPIENTS OF FLW FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL FISHING GRANTS

FIVE FLORIDA SCHOOLS NAMED FIRST RECIPIENTS OF FLW FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL FISHING GRANTS

Funds help establish new or expand existing High School Fishing clubs

MINNEAPOLIS (June 7, 2016) – In celebration of National Fishing and Boating Week (June 4-12), Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) is proud to announce the first five awards as part of the FLW Foundation Florida High School Fishing grant program.

The first five grant recipients are:

  • Academy of Environmental Science, Crystal River, Fla.
  • Lake Wales Senior High School, Lake Wales, Fla.
  • Pasco Middle School, Dade City, Fla.
  • South Dade Senior High School, Homestead, Fla.
  • Space Coast Junior/Senior High School, Cocoa, Fla.

The grants, offered through a two-year initiative with the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF) and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), are available to Student Angler Federation (SAF)-affiliated high school fishing clubs in Florida in the amount of up to $500 per school to establish new or expand existing clubs.

“High School Fishing is a great opportunity for kids to experience the outdoors and this money will certainly help us build the club for next season,” said Leroy Owens, co-sponsor of the South Dade Senior High School fishing team. “We’re going to purchase some fishing rods and small tackle boxes for some of our anglers who are just starting, and we’re also going to buy some banners and signage to promote the club and develop the program. These kids want to do this and are very excited.”

The Florida High School Fishing grant initiative will help recruit new anglers, retain existing anglers during a critical developmental period and reactivate lapsed anglers, including parents and grandparents, eager to support fishing as a high school sport. Florida High School Fishing clubs that have at least 10 SAF members or are interested in becoming an SAF-affiliated club and are recognized by their school are eligible and encouraged to apply for the grants.

“Our program just finished our first year, and I think High School Fishing is a great way to reach students that did not want to participate in traditional sports but still want to be involved in school activities,” said Jennifer Cotton, sponsor of the Space Coast Senior/Junior High School fishing team. “We plan to use these funds to purchase jerseys and hats for the team to have a more official uniform. We hope to expand the club to participating in tournaments this year and looking the part will help boost the kids’ confidence.”

The Florida High School Fishing Grant Application is available at FLWFishing.com/Foundation. Applications are generally reviewed within three to five business days, but may be as long as four weeks. School sponsors are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

More information on the FLW Foundation is available at FLWFishing.com/Foundation.

About Fishing League Worldwide (FLW)

FLW is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, providing anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money in 2016 across five tournament circuits. Headquartered in Benton, Kentucky, with offices in Minneapolis, FLW conducts more than 235 bass-fishing tournaments annually across the United States and sanctions tournaments in Canada, China, Mexico and South Korea. FLW tournament fishing can be seen on the Emmy-nominated “FLW” television show, broadcast to more than 564 million households worldwide, while FLW Bass Fishing magazine delivers cutting-edge tips from top pros. For more information visit FLWFishing.com and follow FLW at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Periscope: @FLWFishing.

About the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF)

RBFF is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase participation in recreational angling and boating, thereby protecting and restoring the nation’s aquatic natural resources. RBFF developed the award-winning Take Me Fishing™ and Vamos A Pescar™ campaigns to create awareness around boating, fishing and conservation, and educate people about the benefits of participation. Take Me Fishing and Vamos A Pescar help boaters and anglers of all ages and experience levels learn, plan and equip for a day on the water. The campaign websites, TakeMeFishing.org, and VamosAPescar.org, feature how-to videos, information on how to get a fishing license and boat registration, and an interactive state-by-state map that allows visitors to find local boating and fishing spots.

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Smith and Evans Take First in Lake County High School Open

1stLake County High School Fishing Club held their first open tournament on June 5 on Clearlake, California. We had a great turn out with teams from Vista Del Lago, Bulldogs Bass Anglers, Waterford High and Roosevelt High Bass Club making the trip up to Clearlake. All teams managed to pull in fish despite the very hot day with the weather reaching 100 degrees.

Tate Smith and Hadyn Evans took first place with a total weight of 17.44 lbs. (Lake County Team)

2ndCooper Goff and Sheldon Reese came in second weighing in at 16.09 lbs. (Lake County Team)

F3rdinally, Nathan Phillips and Jason Gentle rounded out the top three weighing in 15.32 lbs. (Lake County Team) Nathan Phillips also had tournament big bass with a fish weighing in at 6lbs. big

I would like to thank everyone that stepped up to help make this event possible like the boat captains that gave up their own tournaments to be boaters for these up and coming anglers.  Also, to all the others that donated item and time and just jumped in to help with out hesitation. Our first tournament was a great success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Evans and Gonzales win 2016 Colorado State Championship

Pic 5The Colorado SAF State Championship was held at Pueblo Reservoir on June 5. There was a total of 95 pounds of bass weighed in and seven teams brought a five bass limit to the scales. The competition was fierce between the high school teams this year.  But, despite high water levels and lots of weekend fishing pressure the kids held their own and brought them to the scales. The race was tight as the top five teams were within three quarters of a pound of each other. Best of luck to all of this years graduating seniors in your future fishing careers.

The top three teams :

1st Place : Jordan Evans and Robbie Gonzales with coach Tyler Hassler from The Fountain Valley Junior Bass Club 10.76#

2nd Place: Dexter Flick and Ryan Smith with coach Dexter Flick Sr. from Olathe High School 10.67#

3rd Place: Morgan Fitzgerald and Kade Sites with coach Sam Heckman from Salida High School. 10.13#

Click HERE for full standings!

Grace Christian Academy Wins Tennessee SAF State Championship and $10,000 Scholarship to Bryan College

photoCampbell County and Norris Lake proved to be a terrific host for the 2016 Tennessee High School Fishing State Championship on Saturday.  Spencer Peters and Austin Kirby put together an impressive five bass limit that weighed 13lbs 2oz to claim the championship titles on the scenic lake.

The pair stumbled into their fish first thing Saturday morning but capitalized on the finding to put a limit of fish in the boat quickly and then cull their way to the weigh-in. “I got hung up next to the shore at our very first stop this morning,” Spencer, who will be a senior this year at GCA said. “When I spun the boat around to go get it out Austin flipped out into the deeper water off shore and immediately caught a fish.

We then decided to back off the shore line a little and target an area that was 10-15’ deep and that is where we found most of our fish,” Peters continued.  “Had we not got hung up we may have passed over the entire spot.”

TN Champions“Once we found the location we primarily used a green pumpkin colored Carolina rig to catch all of our fish,” added Kirby who recently graduated and will attend Carson Newman College next fall. “Every fish we caught was a keeper and we probably culled 7 or 8 times today. When Spencer caught a big kicker smallmouth toward the end of the day we felt we had a pretty good chance to win.”

The pair will lead a six team contingent of anglers on to the Southeast Conference Regional Championship on Lake Cumberland in September.

 

Coming in second, was the team of Alex Gault and Hunter Thrasher from Lincoln County High School who had a five fish limit weighing 10lbs 10oz to claim the runner-up spot and also advance to the fall regional.

Claiming the third position was the team of Dillan and Jonathan Carroll from the host school Campbell County High School.  They had a limit that weighed in at 9lbs 15oz to finish just ahead of Ryan Winchester and Jake Lee from Clinton High School with a limit weighing 9lbs 4oz.

Coming in fifth was the duo of Charles Woody and Tristen Lowe from Polk County whose limit of Norris Lake bass weighed 8lbs 8oz.  Rounding out the six regional qualifiers was the team of Daniel Cheshire and Steven Mills from Creek Wood High School who only had four fish but still managed to bring in 8lbs 5oz.

The Lew’s Big Bass Winner for the event went to the team of Caleb Dryer and Logan Wollard with a solid 5lb beauty to claim the Lew’s Big Bass Award and a pair of nice reels for their efforts.

Special thanks go out to Ms. Cindi Reynolds, Mayor Morton and the entire staff at Campbell County who put on a terrific event for all the teams traveling to the picturesque Norris Lake for the event.TN Regional Qualifiers

2016 Kansas State Championship Postponed to July 16 Due to High Waters

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PONCA CITY, Okla. (May 31, 2016) – The Bass Federation (TBF), with our “Partner in Fishing” at FLW, announce the 2016 Student Angler Federation (SAF) Kansas High School State Championship on Saturday, July 16 at the Milford State Park ramp on Milford Lake in Junction City, Kansas.

The state championship is a two person event for students in grades 9-12. Each team can have one member in 7th or 8th grade, if needed. All teams should pre-register online for high school events at HighSchoolFishing.org to avoid onsite late fees. Each team and their “coach,” who provides the boat they compete in, will need to check in at 6am at the Milford State Park ramp.  A rules briefing will follow check-in.  Take off is at 7am and the weigh-in will begin at 3pm.

“TBF and our partners in fishing at FLW are the only organizations to offer a state championship in every state and Canada,” TBF National Youth Director, Mark Gintert, stated. “There’s no question our State Championship Series provides the foundation to make SAF the largest high school fishing organization in North America.”

The top 10% of each 2016 State Championship event advances to a FLW/TBF Conference Regional Championship. The top 10% from the Conference Regional events advance to the FLW/TBF High School National Championship to compete for the top team prize of a $10,000 scholarship. As an added bonus, national championship teams will compete out of new Ranger Boats provided for them, along with paid hotel accommodations and other perks. The final day weigh-in will take place on the FLW main stage in front of a live FLW Tour stop!

Go to HighSchoolFishing.org for details on the Student Angler Federation and to sign up for events. If you’re not a 2016 SAF member, annual cost is $25 year. Pay in advance or register for an event online and pay then. There are no entry fees as long as you enter your active/paid SAF membership number at the time of registration!  SAF membership includes full TBF and FLW competitor membership benefits, FLW Magazine e- Edition, online training programs and full insurance coverage for clubs, officers and student members.

In addition to State Championships, SAF National OPENs and other events held across the nation will advance the top 3 teams to their Conference Regional Championships. All SAF members automatically qualify to compete in the pinnacle of all high school events, the 2016 High School Fishing World Finals for thousands of dollars in scholarships and prizes each year. The World Finals format allows anglers to test their skills against high school anglers from across the nation at a week-long family vacation event, which will be held in Florence, Alabama on Pickwick Reservoir, June 28-July 2. This no entry fee, come one, come all mega event gives every high school team a shot at the sports top prizes and honors.

State Championship Event Details:

Sign-up: Pre-register online at HighSchoolFishing.org or a $25 late registration fee can apply to those registering onsite. The best way is to pre-register online at highschoolfishing.org. Just enter your active SAF membership number during online SAF event registration.

Mandatory Check-in: Saturday, July 16, 6am at the Milford State Park ramp

Takeoff & Weigh-in:  Milford State Park ramp, Milford Lake, Junction City, Kansas – Take-off at 7am with weigh-in at 3pm. Questions? 580-765-9031

Tournament Waters: Milford Lake

About FLW: FLW is the industry’s premier tournament-fishing organization, providing anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money nationwide in 2015 over the course of 240 tournaments across five tournament circuits, four of which provide an avenue to the sport’s richest payday and most coveted championship trophy – the Forrest Wood Cup. FLW tournament fishing can be seen on the Emmy-nominated “FLW” television show and is broadcast to more than 564 million households worldwide, making it the most widely distributed weekly outdoors-sports television show in the world. For more information about FLW visit FLWFishing.com and look for FLW on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

About The Bass Federation: The Bass Federation Inc., (TBF) is a member of the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. TBF is owned by those we serve and dedicated to the sport of fishing. The Federation is the largest and oldest, organized grassroots fishing, youth and conservation organization there is. TBF, our affiliated state federations and their member clubs conduct more than 20,000 events each year and have provided a foundation for the entire bass fishing industry for more than 45 years. TBF founded the Student Angler Federation and the National High School Fishing program in 2007 to promote clean family fun and education through fishing. Visit bassfederation.com or highschoolfishing.org and “LIKE US” on Facebook!

FLW FOUNDATION OFFERING GRANTS TO FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL FISHING CLUBS

FLW_Logo_Red_485CFunds help establish new or expand existing High School Fishing clubs

MINNEAPOLIS (May 20, 2016) – The Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Foundation has announced the availability of grants to Student Angler Federation (SAF)-affiliated high school fishing clubs in Florida of up to $500 per school to establish new or expand existing clubs. The grants are offered via a two-year initiative with the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF) and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).

The grants can be used by school teams/clubs to pay SAF dues for participating students, cover the cost of running team-sponsored tournaments, purchase student jerseys or other club costs. The initiative will help recruit new anglers, retain existing anglers during a critical developmental period, and reactivate lapsed anglers, including parents and grandparents, eager to support fishing as a high school sport.

Florida High School Fishing clubs that have at least 10 SAF members or are interested in becoming an SAF-affiliated club are eligible and encouraged to apply for the grants.

“High School Fishing in the most impactful recruitment tool that our industry has,” FLW Foundation Director Dave Washburn said. “Studies conducted by the Illinois High School Association show that 60 percent of High School Fishing participants do not participate in other school-sponsored sports. This means that participating schools are reaching a whole new segment of the student body, giving them an incentive to make good grades and a sense of school pride that they may not previously have had.”

The program will increase sales of youth and regular fishing licenses among high school students and recruit new anglers to the sport. Many youth demonstrate less interest in fishing as they enter high school. This program intends to retain these younger anglers and create lifelong avid anglers who have a strong conservation appreciation.

Funding provided by RBFF will be administered by the FLW Foundation. Additional requirements include completion of aquatic education and/or boater safety courses and a conservation project. All Florida high schools and members of the Home School Cooperative are encouraged to apply. Special consideration will be given to schools that include novice anglers in their club roster.

The Florida High School Fishing Grant Application is available at FLWFishing.com/Foundation. Applications are generally reviewed within three to five business days, but may be as long as four weeks. Applicants are encouraged to begin applying as soon as possible.

More information on the FLW Foundation is available at FLWFishing.com/Foundation. Questions from the public should be directed to Dave Washburn by emailing dave.washburn@flwfishing.com or calling 270-252-1607. Please note that this is not a toll-free number.

About Fishing League Worldwide (FLW)

FLW is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, providing anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money in 2016 across five tournament circuits. Headquartered in Benton, Kentucky, with offices in Minneapolis, FLW conducts more than 235 bass-fishing tournaments annually across the United States and sanctions tournaments in Canada, China, Mexico and South Korea. FLW tournament fishing can be seen on the Emmy-nominated “FLW” television show, broadcast to more than 564 million households worldwide, while FLW Bass Fishing magazine delivers cutting-edge tips from top pros. For more information visit FLWFishing.com and follow FLW at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Periscope: @FLWFishing.

About the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF)

RBFF is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase participation in recreational angling and boating, thereby protecting and restoring the nation’s aquatic natural resources. RBFF developed the award-winning Take Me Fishing™ and Vamos A Pescar™ campaigns to create awareness around boating, fishing and conservation, and educate people about the benefits of participation. Take Me Fishing and Vamos A Pescar help boaters and anglers of all ages and experience levels learn, plan and equip for a day on the water. The campaign websites, TakeMeFishing.org, and VamosAPescar.org, feature how-to videos, information on how to get a fishing license and boat registration, and an interactive state-by-state map that allows visitors to find local boating and fishing spots.

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Berkeley High Open Fishing Team Tournament

Lakes Marion and Moultrie at

Rocks Pond Campground & Marina

Date and Time:  Saturday, June 4, 2016

6:30 AM – 2:30 pm weigh-in

Rules Meeting:  6:15 AM at the landing

Location: Rocks Pond Campground and Marina, Eutawville, SC

Located at: 108 Campground Rd., Eutawville, SC 29048

803-492-7711 – office

Awards:

  • 1st – 3rd Place

  • Big Fish

    For full details click HERE!

 

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