Sobczyk and McEver win Washington State Championship on Banks Lake

On Banks Lake on 9-23-23 eight teams blasted off at 6:00 am to qualify as State Champs!

Overcast, light wind, it was a good day for Bass fishing. All teams caught limits, It was Jaiden Sobczyk and Will McEver who won the day with 12.50 lbs to claim the Washington State Championship! 2nd place went to Nolan Williams and Kaylen Brogawith 11.65lbs, it was close. 3rd went to Dylan and Caiden Hampshire with 9.49lbs tied with 4th place but won with big fish! All in all it was a great day!

Turner and Skingley win Championship on Georgian Bay

The Ontario TBF held a Western Provincial High School State Championship August 6th on Georgian Bay. It was a very competitive day with many fish caught.

Congrats to the winners TJ Turner and Ben Skingley representing St. John Henry Newman Cardinals with a 21.71 lb bag. Second was Jadyn Young and Jack Mummery representing Waterdown Warriors and in third Connor Boats and Kailib Nadon representing St.Paul SS. Big fish was a 4.37 smallmouth caught by Jack and Jadyn. CLICK HERE for full results.

Denmark and Sigler Win Alabama TBF Open Challenge

Alabama Bass Federation, Inc., first Qualifying 2023-2024 Junior/High School Tournament and SAF Alabama Open Challenge Tournament was at Satsuma, AL, 08/05/2023. The tournament launched out of Steele Creek Landing, Satsuma, AL, and tournament anglers were permitted to fish the waters of Tensaw / Mobile River and the Mobile Delta. The weather forecast for the tournament day was to be hot with mild winds, tournament participants were cautioned to remain hydrated and to care for their catch. For the 2023-20242 season there will be six ABF qualifying tournaments.

Following the days tournament competition, the team of Austin Denmark-Galvin Sigler of Citronelle Community Fishing Team captured High School 1st Place with a limit pushing the scales to 11.22. Austin and Galvin credited their tournament finish to working forks around grass.  Triton Graham-Huntly Dees of Citronelle Community Fishing Team finished in 2nd Place with 9.35. Triton and Huntley punched grass to catch their limit of fish. Team of Griffin Davison-Lane Milstead of Escambia Academy Fishing finished 3rd Place with 9.11.

The teams of Austin Denmark – Galvin Sigler and Triton Graham – Huntley Dees both of Citronelle Community Fishing Team earned berths to the 2024 High School National Tournament. Congratulations to these teams.

Of the Junior teams the top position was claimed by the team of Trent-Ethan Williams of Satsuma Junior Fishing Team with a limit that weighed 8.27.  Finishing 2nd was Camryn Davison-Jett Tillery of Escambia Academy JR Fishing with 6.67. Finishing in the top three (3) of the Junior Division was Tyson Milliken-Kason Bryant of Escambia Academy JR Fishing with 5.61.

Big fish of the tournament for the High School teams was a 3.63 caught by the team of Austin Denmark-Galvin Sigler of Citronelle Community Fishing Team. The team of Trent Dunnam-Ethan Williams of Satsuma Junior Fishing Team with a weight of 2.44.

Appreciate the support of all parents, boat captains, family, and friends of these young anglers.