Category Archive: High School Fishing World Finals

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 …

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High School Fishing World Finals Registration Reminder!

High School Fishing World Finals Registration Reminder! The High School Fishing World Finals On-line Registration will close on Sunday July 13th at 4:00pm CST. Be sure to register your two person team at highschoolfishing.org by going to the right hand side of the page where the blue box says “HS World Finals”. Click on that …

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Jeffers and Bragg Crowned 2013 High School Fishing World Finals Champions

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High school anglers have been grinding it out all week on Lake Dardanelle for today, for a chance, a moment in the spotlight.  The record setting week wrapped up as the top 20 high school anglers in the country and one wild card draw went head to head to crown this year’s world finals champions. …

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Top 20 High School Anglers Advance after Stellar Day Three

Lake Dardanelle State Park was packed today as the 2013 High School Fishing World Finals rolled through a record-setting day three.  Two tournaments, the second chance round and the semi-finals, kept the excitement pumping from the first bag to the last.  The second chance teams were first to the scales, followed by yesterday’s top two …

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World Finals Anglers Continue to Grind ‘Em on Lake Dardanelle

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Day two was all about strategy as the 2013 High School Fishing World Finals continued on Lake Dardanelle in Russellville, Ark.  Today, anglers went out in search for bags either to bring to the table or leave for tomorrow’s showdown.  Team strategies were all dependent on where they ranked by state.   This year’s format change …

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