Illinois State Championship April 2!

Illinois High School Fishing State Championship

  • Clinton Lake, Weldon, IL – Sunday, April 2
  • Registration: Clinton Lake Marina – April 2, 6am
  • Launch/Weigh-in: Clinton Lake Marina, 7am-2:30pm


REGISTER NOW!


FACT SHEET!

FULL LIST OF EVENTS/RULES

Make plans now to get registered and come see what all the hype is about with high school fishing and TBF/FLW’s renewed partnership and formats. You won’t want to miss out this season!

Going forward, the SAF program will operate on a school calendar with the National Championship being held in the summer in conjunction with the High School Fishing World Finals.

All participants must be Student Angler Federation (SAF) members to participate. SAF membership includes both TBF and FLW membership plus a digital subscription to FLW Bass Fishing magazine, online training courses and more.

SAF members never pay an entry fee to participate in TBF or FLW High School Fishing tournaments and all clubs are covered by SAF insurance, which means there is no added expense for schools with sanctioned High School Fishing clubs.

Willis & Spivey Win GICAA State Championship

TKA Knights, Matthew Willis and Eli Spivey, topped the field at the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Association State Championship Saturday on Lake Oconee with a 9 pound bag of bass.  Willis and Spivey were the first anglers to come to the scales and they did so with a bang.  Willis and Spivey will also advance to the High School National Championship event this summer to be held in conjunction with the High School Fishing World Finals.

 

 

The bait of the day was a chatter-bait fished in 1-5 feet of water.  Other baits that produced fish were crank-baits, spinner-baits, rattletraps and the Carolina rig.  Most teams targeted shallow water cover and secondary points that were back in the smaller creeks.

In second, was the Mt. Bethel Christian Academy Eagles team of Brooks Anderson and Will Cain. The duo watched the scales settle at 8-15 pounds, just one ounce away from the win.

Chris Carroll of Heard County High School fished by himself and captured third with a respectable 8.7 pounds.  Jackson Greer and Jason Gulley finished fourth with 7.8 pounds and rounding out the top five was McKinley McCord and Chris Mercer from Crisp Academy with 7.7 pounds.

The biggest bass of the day went to Jake Wohlers and Nate Windham from the TKA Knights team with a 4.4 pound Oconee largemouth.

For full results CLICK HERE.  To see all the photos from this event CLICK HERE.

Delta Teen Team Open Hosts Event April 9 on California Delta

Delta Teen Team of Oakley, CA is hosting a tournament on the California Delta for JUNIOR ANGLERS and STUDENT ANGLERS

Where: Russo’s Marina, Bethel Island, CA

Tournament Date:  April 9

Check In: 5am at Russo’s – Blast-off: 7am  – Weigh In: Starts at 1pm

  • Picnic Lunch for Boaters and Anglers after the weigh-in & Awards Ceremony to follow.

  • All anglers must be current active Junior or Student Anglers with TBF/FLW membership.

  • You must have your membership numbers. Anglers can compete as Junior Anglers (individual 5 fish limit) OR as Student Anglers (High School Teams, 5 fish limit per team)

  • Registration Fee is $25 per angler includes launch fee, awards, raffle and lunch for anglers and boaters. You must register by 8pm Thursday, April 6 to receive your free raffle tickets. Register as a team through your Club Administrator.

  • Call or email for Registration Forms and information: Barry Sterud, email: s2bsterud@aol.com cell:925-584-6868 Checks payable to Delta Teen Team, mailed to Barry Sterud, 5050 Neroly Rd., Oakley, CA 94561

  • Boaters Needed

    Safe boaters are needed to give kids an opportunity to compete in Bass Tournaments. Boaters must be at least 19 years old and out of high school. Boats must be a safe fishing platform for two anglers with a boater/coach aboard and must have live wells or another means of keeping fish alive. Boaters serve as coaches for these events and can help net and care for fish and advise anglers. All boats must be fitted with kill switches.

  • To be a boater/coach for this event, please call: Barry Sterud, 925-584-6868. There will be a free boater raffle for gift certificates and/or tackle.

Missouri High School Fishing State Championship April 9; Register Today!

Missouri High School Fishing State Championship

  • Table Rock Lake, Kimberling City, MO – Sunday, April 9
  • Registration:  Port of Kimberling – April 8, 5:30-7pm; Following TBF National Championship weigh-in
  • Launch/Weigh-in: Port of Kimberling, 7am-3pm
  • www.visittablerock.com

Make plans now to get registered and come see what all the hype is about with high school fishing and TBF/FLW’s renewed partnership and formats. You won’t want to miss out this season!

Going forward, the SAF program will operate on a school calendar with the National Championship being held in the summer in conjunction with the High School Fishing World Finals.

All participants must be Student Angler Federation (SAF) members to participate. SAF membership includes both TBF and FLW membership plus a digital subscription to FLW Bass Fishing magazine, online training courses and more.

SAF members never pay an entry fee to participate in TBF or FLW High School Fishing tournaments and all clubs are covered by SAF insurance, which means there is no added expense for schools with sanctioned High School Fishing clubs.

REGISTER             FACT SHEET          FULL LIST OF RULES & EVENTS

Coming Up!

Kansas State Championship – March 25
Louisiana State Championship – March 25
Kentucky State Championship
– April 1
Mississippi State Championship – April 1
North Carolina State Championship – April 9

Louisiana High School Fishing State Championship Coming Up March 25! Register Today!

Kansas State Championship –  March 25
  Kentucky State Championship – April 1
Mississippi State Championship – April 1
Illinois State Championship – April 2

 

Louisiana High School Fishing State Championship

  • Cross Lake, Shreveport, LA, March 25
  • Registration: Friday, March 24, American Legion Ramp – 5:30-7pm
  • Launch/Weigh-in: American Legion Ramp, 7am-3pm


REGISTER NOW!
      FACT SHEET!     FULL LIST OF EVENTS/RULES

Make plans now to get registered and come see what all the hype is about with high school fishing and TBF/FLW’s renewed partnership and formats. You won’t want to miss out this season!

Going forward, the SAF program will operate on a school calendar with the National Championship being held in the summer in conjunction with the High School Fishing World Finals.

All participants must be Student Angler Federation (SAF) members to participate. SAF membership includes both TBF and FLW membership plus a digital subscription to FLW Bass Fishing magazine, online training courses and more.

SAF members never pay an entry fee to participate in TBF or FLW High School Fishing tournaments and all clubs are covered by SAF insurance, which means there is no added expense for schools with sanctioned High School Fishing clubs.

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