Category Archive: State Championships

MOUNTAIN VIEW MAVERICKS WIN IDAHO STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

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August 16, 2016 Jason Felter and Anthony Mellow from Mountain View High School in Meridian, Idaho brought in a five bass limit weighing 9 pounds 15 ounces to win the Idaho High School Fishing State Championship on Cascade Lake.  The pair had a 3 pound 6 ounce beauty that anchored their winning sack to earn …

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BRAINERD HIGH SCHOOL WINS MINNESOTA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Keegan Decker and Cody Czech from the Brainerd Warrior Bass Fishing team brought in a four fish limit of Mille Lacs Lake bass that weighed 16.83 pounds to win the Minnesota State Championship at Mac’s Twin Bay Resort in Isle, Minn.  The win earned them championship titles, trophies and a slot in the Central Conference …

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REPEAT CHAMPION ON LAKE CHELAN; WASHINGTON CHAMPIONSHIP NUMBERS GROW

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Thirty two high school anglers, the largest group to date for Washington, competed this year in a points series tournaments culminating with the state championship.  Awards for tournament angling team of the year, tournament big fish team of the year and first time scholarship certificates for the top three places made for a very successful …

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PAVELKA AND ROWLAND WIN NEBRASKA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

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July 27, 2016 Grant Pavelka and Tyler Rowland of North Platte High School caught a five-fish limit weighing 15.85 pounds to capture the Nebraska High School Fishing Championship for the second year in a row. The event took place July 23 at Elwood Reservoir Wildlife Management Area north of Elwood in Gosper County. The winning …

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2016 SOUTH DAKOTA HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP JULY 30 ON LAKE COCHRAN

PONCA CITY, Okla. (July 12, 2016) – The Bass Federation (TBF), with our “Partner in Fishing” at FLW, announce the 2016 Student Angler Federation (SAF) South Dakota High School State Championship  on Saturday, July 30 on Lake Cochran in Gary, S.D. The state championship is a two person event for students in grades 9-12.  Each …

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