2014 High School Fishing World Finals Returns to Lake Dardanelle

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2014 High School Fishing World Finals

Returns to Lake Dardanelle

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE russellville

PONCA CITY (March 11, 2014) – The Bass Federation (TBF), is pleased to announce that the 2014 High School Fishing World Finals  will once again return to legendary Lake Dardanelle and the city of Russellville, Ark. The event dates are July 15-19 at Lake Dardanelle State Park.

“We are thrilled to host this event again in the city of Russellville,” Executive Director of Tourism for Russellville, Christie Graham, stated. “This event continues to grow every year and has become a terrific family destination for high school anglers across the country. Our community loves bringing this group in as it allows us to showcase our entire area as a family vacation destination.”

 “Our expanded format last year built a lot of excitement for this event,” TBF National Youth Director, Mark Gintert, said. “Adding the semi-final and consolation rounds as well as another full day of fishing was well received by our anglers and their families. Combine that with the expansion of Saturday’s final to 20 teams and we had a lot of final day excitement,” Gintert added. “To spruce things up this year we’ll be expanding tournament waters to allow locking into the rest of the Arkansas River system so our teams will have more water to fish and some additional strategies to contend with.”

‘The High School Fishing World Finals has done more to grow high school fishing nationwide than any other event,” TBF President, Robert Cartlidge, stated.  “Several states that now have high school fishing teams and programs can trace their roots back to teams participating in this event,” Cartlidge added. “Our staff works very hard to make this a showcase event for high school fishing and at the same time keep it exciting for our anglers and their families.  The staff and facilities at Lake Dardanelle State Park are absolutely top-notch and it’s central US location right on I-40 make it a great family vacation.”

As always, the HSFWF is open to all high school anglers in the country. For active SAF members there are no entry fees.  For non-SAF members the $25/yr membership can be purchased online at the time of registration.  All anglers can register in advance at highschoolfishing.org by clicking on HSFWF on the homepage.

Official practice begins Sunday, July 13.  The check-in and rules meeting banquet will be Tuesday, July 15 at Russellville High School starting at 3:30pm with the rules meeting and dinner to follow at 6pm.

This year’s format will once again have the top two teams from each state or country advancing to Friday’s semi-final round of competition. Those not making the semi-final round will have a chance to fish their way back into Saturday’s top 20 final through the consolation round.  For Saturday’s final round the top 20 weights will compete (the top 10 from the semi-final round and the next 10 highest weights overall).

A host of scholarships and prizes await the winners, as well as, advancement to the prestigious Boat US Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship where they can compete against the top college teams in the country. The winners at that event could also advance to fish for a chance at the Forrest Wood Cup and the TBF “Living the Dream” package, which has the potential to launch a professional fishing career.

The event will be televised on Federation Angler TV series on NBC Sports next fall.

Event Details:

Sign-up: PRE-REGISTER ONLINE at HighSchoolFishing.org or a $25 late registration fee applies to those registering onsite. The best way is to pre-register online at highschoolfishing.org.

 

Mandatory Check-in: Tuesday, July 15 at Russellville High School. Check in starts at 3:30pm with the rules meeting and dinner to start at 6pm CST.

Takeoff & Weigh-in: Wednesday, July 16 at Lake Dardenelle State Park. Take-off at safe light.  Weigh-in at 3pm.  Questions? 580-765-9031

 

Tournament Waters: Lake Dardenelle (Locking is permitted at our own risk to other pools of the Arkansas River)

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 there is. 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 45 years. TBF started the Student Angler Federation and the national High School Fishing program in 2008 to promote clean family fun and education through fishing. Visit bassfederation.com or highschoolfishing.org

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WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

High School Fishing LogoWASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL BASS TEAM
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP May 17th, 2014
***No Entry Fee Tournament ***

READ THE ENTRY RULES & REQUIREMENTS
OPEN TO ALL: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
(Students must become a SAF member ($25.00)

You need to join the TBF/ Student Angler Federation (SAF) ($25.00)

  1. Go to www.wabass.org   Click on youth heading.
  2. Click on (for the high school page heading).
  3. Click on join a Washington SAF high school club.
  4. Fill out the form and mail with check as directed.
  5. You must be in High School & not registered for college.
  6. Team members must be from Washington.
  7. Then register your team online.

TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM:

  1. Go to (www.highschoolfishing.org)
  2. Select register for Tournament heading
  3. Select State Championships (2014)
  4. Follow the directions.
  5. If you have question contact: State Youth Director 206-919-4933

 

Where: Lake Chelan, Chelan WA.
Launch:  Old Mill Park Boat Launch 200 Mill Rd, Manson, WA.
Check-in & registration:  Friday May 16TH—6pm to 7:30pm @ Old Mill Boat Launch
Camping:  City Park 509-682-8023 /State Park 509-687-3710 /Wapato Camp 509-687-6037

1. Boat inspection at registration Friday May 16, 2014 @ Old Mill Boat Launch
2. Mandatory meeting with rules and draw to immediately follow registration. Launch time and weigh–in to be announced at that time.
3. READ THE ENTRY RULES & REQUIREMENTS

Contact: State Youth Director
David Bruggman
206-919-4933
(ibfishin4bass@frontier.com)
Web: (www.wabass.org)

Corbin High School Freshmen Jordan and Taylor Win Kentucky SAF Championship

Kentucky 2014Tristan Jordan and Don Taylor from Corbin High School only brought in four Lake Cumberland Bass to the Conley Bottom Marina weigh-in scales but their 11lb 11oz bag topped a 70 boat field to win the Kentucky SAF High School State Championship .The two talented anglers had a 3lb 10oz Smallmouth kicker that helped them top the duo of Colton Smith and Brenton Clemons of Southwestern High School who had a five fish limit that tipped the scales at 10lbs. 9ozs. Smith and Clemons have had a pretty impressive month themselves as they won the Florida Open, finished ninth in the Anderson Open in South Carolina as well as claiming the runner-up spot in this event in their home state of Kentucky.

They edged out Jacob Moore and Cameron Thompson of Franklin County who also had a four fish sack that weighed in at 10lb 7oz to finish third.

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FAN High School Fishing Series and Berkley HAVOC presents “LET THEIR BE HAVOC” On Lake Austin April 5th

High School Fishing LogoImmediate Press Release:
From:  Faith Angler Network
RE:  FAN High School Fishing Series Event number 2
March 14, 2014

FAN High School Fishing Series heads to the Big Bass Jewel of Central Texas; Lake Austin April 5, 2014.
Lake Austin, nestled in the heart of the State Capital City holds some very impressive stats- OK, not the size of the lake at merely 1600 surface acres; mainly  it’s one of the state’s largest producers of 13+ largemouth bass with 20 certified, “Toyota SharelunkerBass”.  Lake Austin is currently tied in 6th place with Lake Falcon top ShareLunker producing lakes.

“Bringing the second qualifying tournament of the series to Lake Austin in April is very exciting to us! Knowing any one of these high school anglers could very possibly bring in the next ShareLunker of the year” Stated , Jeff Cook Executive Director of Faith Angler Network.

This will be the second of three qualifying events in the FAN High School Series. The top 50% of the representing High School fishing teams will earn the right to compete in the FAN High School Championship this fall with the chance to win over $5000 in scholarships and prizes.

Where
Lake Austin 360 Bridge Park and Launch
Check in will start at 5am, there will be a boat safety check and we will release boats in numerical order at safe light
5201 Capital of Texas Hwy N
Austin, TX
78746

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Wisconsin High School State Championship Date Change

High School Fishing LogoDue to a scheduling conflict we will be moving the 2014 Wisconsin SAF State Championship event from the original date of Saturday June 22nd on the Madison Chain of Lakes launching out of Winneconne Waterfront Park to Sunday May 18th. The New Location will be the Mississippi River launching out of the City of La Crosse and the Clinton Street Ramp.

The Registration date will be Saturday May 17th at the BFL trailer at the Clinton Ramp. Registration will start following the BFL weigh-in at approximately 4:00pm with the rules meeting to immediately follow.

We apologize for any inconvenience and if you have any questions regarding this event please contact Mark Gintert at: mark@bassfederation.com

Texas High School State Championship Sets Record!

On Saturday March 15, Eighty-Four teams of the very best High School anglers in Texas competed at the 2014 Texas High School State Championship on Lake Lyndon B Johnson just outside of marble falls Texas.  The anglers came ready to fish and the fish were ready to bite! Big fish were caught and records were broken.

These high school anglers racked up some stats at this event that would make most veteran adult bass fisherman drool.

TX Champions

The 2014 Texas High School state champions was the team of Joe Beebe and Will Brady from the Woodlands College Park Cavaliers with a staggering 32.00 pounds in their five fish limit! That is the new five fish SAF national high school all time weight record! The anglers were a bit shocked at their own weight and beamed that they caught all their fish on babybass colored soft plastic stick baits in shallow water.  For their win the duo received $5000 in college scholarship funds ($2500 each) as well as advancement to the 2014 High School Fishing Regional Championship.

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They were followed closely by several 20 pound bags. Finishing in second place with 23 pounds even was two anglers from the Angelos Anglers team of Tristin Riddle and Sterlyn Wood they also earned advancement to the regional championship and scholarship in the amount of $2500 ($1250 each), rounding out the top three was a team from Centex High School Basshunters, Justin Tatum and Stephen Shaw with 20-11.

Big Fish was a WHOPPING 10 pounds and 03 ounces weighed in by Dalton Dension and Nicklaus Langlois of the FAN High School Bass Team.

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The top 10 percent of each high school state championship advances to the regional contest. Advancing for this event are 8 teams total including are the top 3 listed above as well as 4th place team Bo McGraw and Josh Perrin of Oak Ridge War Eagles, 5th Austin Ellis and Ben stripling from Marble Falls High,  6th was Wyatt Frankens and Clay Nash of the Corrigan Camden High School Fishing team, Hank Bostock and Calvin Burks also from the Corrigan Camden High School Fishing team and finally, Jonathan Moore and Anthony Menge of the ERA Hornets Bass Club.

Congratulations to all the anglers for a great job.

For full results and complete standings Results

CLICK HERE for a list of high school events or to find one near you!

KHSAA Regional Registration Now Open for Fishing

KHSAAKentucky High School Athletic Association Regional Registration Now Open for Fishing

 

Registration will run THROUGH april 1

BENTON, KY (March 13, 2014) – Registration for teams participating in the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) bass fishing regionals April 5 and 6 is now open. All registrations will take place at www.highschoolfishing.org. Simply click on the KHSAA logo on the right hand side of the page, select regional under tournament type then select the region your school is in. From there you will fill in the information requested and submit your team’s entry.

To enter, teams must be members of an approved high school fishing team at a KHSAA member school. Students wanting to participate at schools that have not yet authorized a bass fishing team should contact their athletic director.High School Fishing Logo

  • Region 1 will fish Lake Barkley out of Kuttawa Harbor Marina located at 1709 Lake Barkley Drive in Kuttawa, KY, on Saturday, April 5
  • Region 2 will fish Herrington Lake out of Chimney Rock Ramp located at 250 Chimney Rock Road in Harrodsburg, KY, on Saturday, April 5
  • Region 3 will fish Lake Cumberland out of Conley Bottom Marina located at 736 Highway 1275 N (Camping Area Road) in Monticello, KY, on Sunday, April 6
  • Region 4 will fish Cave Run Lake out of Cave Run Marina (Scotts Creek Ramp) located at 4325 KY 801 South in Morehead, KY, on Saturday, April 5

Each school can enter up to and including six boats for regional competition. Each boat must be entered separately and include the names of the two anglers who will start the day fishing out of the boat (each boat is allowed up to four anglers, with only two fishing at any given time). The name of the boat captain who will operate the boat for the students while on the water must also be provided at the time of entry. The names of any substitute anglers or boat pilots will be recorded at the Registration/Rules meeting for each regional.

Boat takeoff position will be determined by random computer draw and will be assigned at the rules briefing for each event.

Click here to view the region your school belongs to.

Click here to view the KHSAA bass fishing rules. These rules pertain only to KHSAA events.

The KHSAA bass fishing state championship will be held Friday and Saturday, April 25-26 on Kentucky Lake out of Kentucky Dam Marina located at 466 Marina Drive in Gilbertsville, KY.

Contact Mark Gintert at mark@bassfederation.com, Scott Gibbs at sgibbs@flwoutdoors.com or Darren Bilberry at dbilberry@khsaa.org with any questions.

2014 Illinois State Championship partners with Argenta Oreana Bomber Invitational

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PONCA CITY, Okla. (March 13, 2014) – The Bass Federation (TBF), in partnership with FLW is pleased to host the 2014 Student Angler Federation, (SAF) Illinois High School Fishing State Championship on Clinton Lake on Saturday, April 5.  The SAF state championship will be a joint event with the Argenta Oreana Bomber Invitational.

The state championship is a two person team event for students in grades 9-12. Registration for anglers and their “coach,” who will provide the boat they compete in, is online at HighSchoolFishing.org. Check-in is 6am Saturday, April 5 at the Boondocks Grill at Mascoutin Access Area.  A mandatory rules briefing will follow at 7am. We highly encourage all teams to pre-register online or by phone in advance to avoid late registration fees.

Any team interested in fishing the SAF State Championship portion of the event can register on-line at highschoolfishing.org by clicking the “state championships” tab and then scrolling down to the Illinois event. All anglers present can also support the “Bomber Invitational,” which is a fundraising event for their school’s fishing team. The invitational event has a $50 entry fee per team and awards additional prizes and trophies for those participating.

“We are thrilled to partner with the SAF on the 2014 Bomber Invitational,” Tournament Organizer and Ranger Boat Regional Representative, Jason Parsons, stated.  “Having the SAF Illinois State Championship and the FLW Outdoors providing the weigh-in trailer creates a great experience for our anglers with expanded opportunities for all the teams, including the chance to advance on to the TBF/FLW regional events taking place this fall along with a shot at the High School National Championship,” added Parsons.

“State championships allow every SAF member in North America the opportunity to fish in a championship tournament setting,” TBF National Youth Director, Mark Gintert, stated. “This year, with the help of our partners at FLW, we’re expanding the program again by offering more advancement opportunities based on field size. In 2014, the top 10% of the field will advance. This rewards areas of the country working hard to grow the sport of high school fishing.”

Students and parents can go to HighSchoolFishing.org for details on the Student Angler Federation (SAF) and to sign up. Cost is only $25/ year.  Membership includes full TBF and FLW benefits, FLW Magazine e-Edition and insurance coverage for clubs and students. The top 10% of each SAF state championship and the top 3 teams from any SAF National OPEN event will advance to an FLW/TBF High School Fishing Conference Championship. The top 10% of each conference championship will advance to the FLW/TBF High School Fishing National Championship held spring of 2015 in conjunction with a major TBF or FLW event. The National Champions win a $5,000 college scholarship to the school or their choice. All SAF members nationwide and all open and state championship participants automatically qualify for the largest event in high school fishing, the 2014 High School Fishing World Finals. At the 2013 World Finals, over $40,000 in scholarships and prizes were awarded.  As with all SAF national events, there is no entry fee to this come one, come all, family vacation event that gives every high school team a shot at thousands in scholarships and prizes.

If you’re not a 2014 SAF member, there’s a one-time $25/per angler fee.  This includes full TBF & FLW membership for the year, as well as, free entry to ALL National SAF events!

A unique SAF event feature is the “angler testing” component. It’s not “just about fishing” but also about education. This year’s angler testing will come from TBF’s new on-line education format with Faculty of Fishing. Anglers can go to highschoolfishing.org and click on “Online Education” then type in their SAF number and zip code to access the FOF site. They have a host of chapters covering a wide variety of topics. “Angler testing and education is an industry first by TBF,” Gintert said. “We built education into the foundation of the entire program when we began, and our partnership with FLW provides even more benefits and opportunities for them to take advantage of,” Gintert continued.  “For only $25 per year these young anglers and have opportunities unlike anything the industry has ever seen.”

Event Details:

Sign-up: PRE-REGISTER ONLINE at HighSchoolFishing.org or a $25 late registration fee applies to those registering onsite. The best way is to pre-register online at highschoolfishing.org.

Mandatory Check-in: Saturday, April 5 at 6am at Boondocks Grill located at 6649 Shelter Rd. De Witt, IL with the rules meeting immediately following.

Takeoff & Weigh-in: Saturday, April 5at Clinton Lake, Illinois.  Take Off following the 7am rules meeting at Boondocks Grill and the weigh-in is at 2:30pm.  Questions? 580-765-9031

Tournament Waters: Clinton Lake

About FLW

FLW is the industry’s premier tournament-fishing organization, providing unparalleled fishing resources and entertainment to our sponsors, fans and host communities. FLW is offering anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money nationwide in 2013 over the course of 231 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 is committed to providing a lifestyle experience that is the “Best in Fishing, On and Off the Water,” through a variety of platforms including tournaments, outdoor expos and FLW Fantasy Fishing. For more information about FLW and FLW Fantasy Fishing, visit FLWOutdoors.com or FantasyFishing.com and look for FLW on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube.

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 there is. 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 45 years. TBF started the Student Angler Federation and the national High School Fishing program in 2008 to promote clean family fun and education through fishing. Visit bassfederation.com or highschoolfishing.org

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2014 Kentucky High School State Championship Moves to Lake Cumberland

Georgetown College joins the movement as Scholarship provider

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PONCA CITY, Okla. (March 13, 2014) – The Bass Federation (TBF), in partnership with FLW is pleased to host the 2014 Student Angler Federation, (SAF) Kentucky High School State Championship March 23 at Conley Bottom Marina on Lake Cumberland in Central Kentucky.

The state championship is a two person team event for students in grades 9-12. Registration for anglers and their “coach,” who will provide the boat they compete in, is online at HighSchoolFishing.org. Check-in is 3-4:30pm EST on Saturday, March 22 at the TBF trailer at Conley Bottom Marina with a mandatory rules briefing to follow. We highly encourage all teams to pre-register online or by phone in advance to avoid late registration fees.

“The local community led by Charlie Denny and Fred Piercy of Conley Bottom Marina really stepped up to bring the SAF Championship to central Kentucky this year,” TBF National Youth Director, Mark Gintert, stated. “They rounded up support from the City of Monticello and several other businesses to help make a terrific event for our anglers.

 In addition, we wanted to reward the schools in central Kentucky growing school clubs immensely the last two years by bringing a championship event closer to home,” Gintert continued. “With the KHSAA championship being held on Kentucky Lake this equals out travel requirements for a lot of schools.”

Georgetown College has also taken on the role of title scholarship provider for this year’s event. The winning team will receive a $2,000 Scholarship ($1,000 for each angler) to attend Georgetown College.

“Georgetown College is pleased to offer a $1,000 renewable scholarship to the Kentucky SAF State Champions,” Georgetown Senior Admissions Counselor, Josh Franklin, stated.  “It’s important to us to see continued progress with our nationally-ranked Bass Fishing Team.  Georgetown is excited about the partnership with SAF to help carry on the tradition of excellence our college provides.”  This scholarship will aid in bringing excellent student-athletes to our campus,” Franklin added.  “We are committed to bringing in students with diverse extra-curricular interests.”

 “State championships allow every SAF member in North America the opportunity to fish in a championship tournament setting,” TBF National Youth Director, Mark Gintert, stated. “This year, with the help of our partners at FLW, we’re expanding the program again by offering more advancement opportunities based on field size. In 2014, the top 10% of the field will advance. This rewards areas of the country working hard to grow the sport of high school fishing.”

Students and parents can go to HighSchoolFishing.org for details on the Student Angler Federation (SAF) and to sign up. Cost is only $25/ year.  Membership includes full TBF and FLW benefits, FLW Magazine e-Edition and insurance coverage for clubs and students. The top 10% of each SAF state championship and the top 3 teams from any SAF National OPEN event will advance to an FLW/TBF High School Fishing Conference Championship. The top 10% of each conference championship will advance to the FLW/TBF High School Fishing National Championship held spring of 2015 in conjunction with a major TBF or FLW event. The National Champions win a $5,000 college scholarship to the school or their choice. All SAF members nationwide and all open and state championship participants automatically qualify for the largest event in high school fishing, the 2014 High School Fishing World Finals. At the 2013 World Finals, over $40,000 in scholarships and prizes were awarded.  As with all SAF national events, there is no entry fee to this come one, come all, family vacation event that gives every high school team a shot at thousands in scholarships and prizes.

If you’re not a 2014 SAF member, there’s a one-time $25/per angler fee.  This includes full TBF & FLW membership for the year, as well as, free entry to ALL National SAF events!

A unique SAF event feature is the “angler testing” component. It’s not “just about fishing” but also about education. This year’s angler testing will come from TBF’s new on-line education format with Faculty of Fishing. Anglers can go to highschoolfishing.org and click on “Online Education” then type in their SAF number and zip code to access the FOF site. They have a host of chapters covering a wide variety of topics. “Angler testing and education is an industry first by TBF,” Gintert said. “We built education into the foundation of the entire program when we began, and our partnership with FLW provides even more benefits and opportunities for them to take advantage of,” Gintert continued.  “For only $25 per year these young anglers and have opportunities unlike anything the industry has ever seen.”

Event Details:

State Championship sign-up: PRE-REGISTER ONLINE at HighSchoolFishing.org.  Boat numbers are determined by date registered.  A $25 late registration fee applies to those registering at check-in. The best way is to pre-register online at highschoolfishing.org.

Mandatory Check-in: Saturday, March 22 at Conley Bottom Marina from 3-4:30 pm with the rules meeting immediately following.

Takeoff & Weigh-in: Sunday, March 23 at 7:30am or safe light and weigh-in scheduled for 3pm.                       Questions? 580-765-9031

Tournament Waters: Lake Cumberland with no fishing inside any of the posted marinas.

Lodging: Contact Conley Bottom Marina for discounts on cabin and houseboat rentals. 606-348-6351

About FLW

FLW is the industry’s premier tournament-fishing organization, providing unparalleled fishing resources and entertainment to our sponsors, fans and host communities. FLW is offering anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money nationwide in 2013 over the course of 231 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 is committed to providing a lifestyle experience that is the “Best in Fishing, On and Off the Water,” through a variety of platforms including tournaments, outdoor expos and FLW Fantasy Fishing. For more information about FLW and FLW Fantasy Fishing, visit FLWOutdoors.com or FantasyFishing.com and look for FLW on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube.

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 there is. 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 45 years. TBF started the Student Angler Federation and the national High School Fishing program in 2008 to promote clean family fun and education through fishing. Visit bassfederation.com or highschoolfishing.org

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Weigh-in Kits Now Available for High School Teams

High School Fishing LogoDue to increasing demand from many of our high school clubs for scales and the necessary items to run their own tournaments we have put together a weigh-in kit for our member school clubs.

You will see the following items pictured below as the components of the kit.

  1.  A set of affordable, dependable, accurate, electronic digital scales which many of our NBAA circuits use at their weeknight events across the country. The front detaches and sets off to the side and you can simply slide the scale base into a one gallon ziplock bag leave the back with the wires running out open to keep the water off of it. They make great little weigh scales and we have many sets in the field for 2-3 years now and still going strong!
  2. Fifteen(15) Cabela’s Weigh-in Bags
  3. One Aluminum Bump board (Not the same as the one pictured but similar in design)
  4. Includes shipping right to your front door.
  5. To order contact Mark Gintert as mark@bassfederation.com

 

Total Price per kit:    $99.00

weigh-in kit

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