Category Archive: SAF Club News

NORTHWEST GEORGIA HIGH SCHOOL ANGLERS ASSOCIATION CONTINUES TO GROW

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High School Fishing is alive and well in North West Georgia & the NWGHSAA is a big reason why. The North West Georgia High School Anglers Association was formed two years ago by Chris Townsend and several other individuals who make up their Board of Directors.  The group saw their numbers grow from 70 anglers …

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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 …

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Smith and Evans Take First in Lake County High School Open

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Lake 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 …

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Jennings & Patterson Take Lake Gaston Youth Educational Series Win

Fifteen youth teams made their way to Lake Gaston for event number two on the Youth Educational Series schedule.  After coming off a second place finish at Jordan Lake last month in the season opener, Logan Jennings and Alden Patterson, came out swinging and secured the top spot with 16.04lbs.  The two anglers were each …

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North Carolina SAF High School Fishing Trail Event #2

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The second event of the North Carolina SAF High School Fishing Trail was held Saturday April 16th at Badin Lake. The morning started with cool temperatures and a brisk northeast wind. For the second straight time the team of Jake Frye and Vance Hite won the event with a weight of 15.15 pounds. Second place …

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Dunn & Shrewsbury Win Youth Educational Series Event On Jordan

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Tyler Dunn and Matthew Shrewsbury topped the Youth Educational Series field on Jordan Lake with a five fish limit weighing 15.83 lbs, anchored by a 5.28 lb brute that ended the day as the eventual lunker award winning fish.  Dunn & Shrewsbury are certainly a team to watch on any given lake as the pair …

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2016 Youth Educational Series (Central & Eastern North Carolina)

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Hosting school: Youth Educational Series (SAF #7001183) Purpose: Six (6) open events to introduce area youth to the opportunities available by joining an existing youth club or creating one of your own. Entry Fee: No Entry (Free) – Entries can be received by mail at the address shown on the entry form found at the …

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Brainerd High School Fishing Team is on the Move

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Last year, Jason Bahr and Dan Eigen set out to form a fishing team at Brainerd High School in Brainerd, Minnesota. Fishing is well ingrained into their community but they’d never had a school fishing team before and could never have been prepared for what was about to unfold. “We thought that we might have …

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Berkley High School Fishing Club! Sign up today!

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IT’S time to get your fish on with the Berkley High School Fishing Club. Run to the nearest computer or cell phone and sign up today. All junior and senior high students, ages 13 to 19, are invited to join. You do not have to be on a fishing team. Here is your chance to …

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Baylor Hall and Wyatt Haschke with South Texas Bass Commanders take the win on Lake LBJ with 13.76 including a 6lb kicker largemouth bass

After an intense rain storm Friday and early Saturday morning the skies cleared up and graced us with a beautiful fall day for FAN’s second qualifying tournament at the City of Granit Shoals Bluebriar Park. Inching closer to the Berkley AOY points and qualifying for the Championship with over $6,000 in Scholarship Funds, and the …

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