Davidson and Picker win Missouri High School Event at Truman

Missouri had their High School State Championship out of Bucksaw Resort & Marina on Truman Lake and the Lincoln County Lunkers Team of Alec Davidson and Ronin Picker edged out the rest of the field and took home the win with a nice limit that weighed 16-07 pounds.

They said they were catching their fish shallow and caught quite a few fish throughout the day.

Second and third places were only separated by one ounce. Second place went to Zach Bondurant and Spencer Martens, from Helias Catholic High School Crusaders with 14-07 pounds.

The Fair Grove Eagles Team of Wyatt Montle and Grant Dohle finished third with 14-06 pounds.

Rounding out the top five teams were Savannah Peisert and Hallee Chisam from Kearney High School with 13-04 pounds and the Eureka High School team of Drew Elbert and Jack Creason with 12-12 pounds. Most teams said that they caught lots of keepers and short fish during the day and that most of them were up Shallow. Anglers said they were using topwater baits, square bill crankbaits, spinnerbaits and creature baits to catch their fish. Most said you had to almost throw the bait on the bank and drag it off into the water. The fish were in the first couple feet of water up close to anything that touched the bank.

The Lew’s Big Bass Award of two Lew’s Reels went to the team of Tucker Stute and Daiton Love from Kearney High School Bulldogs with a nice 5-00 pound lunker.

To see the weigh in photos of this event CLICK HERE

Mcghee and Vance win West Virginia High School State Championship at Sutton Lake

The 2020 West Virginia High School State Championship was held on Sunday May 24th at Sutton Lake. Even with the couple of hard rains during the day, it was a great time.

Taking 1st place was Adam Mcghee and Devin Vance, Liberty Raider Fishing Team, with 11lbs 15oz.


Jeremy Toler and Donavon Toler, West Side Renegades, came in 2nd with 9lbs 6oz.


In 3rd place was Zachary Bowman and Scott Woicehovich, Liberty Raider Fishing Team, with 7lbs 7oz.


We would like to thank all the High School fishermen and Boat Captains and the West Virginia Bass Federation for making this event possible.

Case and Meier win Oklahoma High School State Championship

Case and Meier win the Oklahoma High School State Championship

With canceled and rescheduled events, tornado warnings and rain, the 2020 OK High School State Championship was finally underway. All of that it did not stop the field from taking to the water in pursuit for the title of Oklahoma State Champions.

Joseph Case and Sydney Meier from Mannford High School showed up in full force with a Berkley 5 Alive limit. Topping the scales with the Booyah Big Bag of the day at 17 pounds and 15 ounces. Not only did they win a qualifier to the National Championship, they are also eligible to compete in the TBF National Semi Finals as coanglers, with their membership and entry fees paid.


Taking second place, representing the Henryetta Knights was Lucas Thompson and Zeth Mcgowin. They weighed in with 15 pounds and 1 ounce.

Third place goes to Micah Belt and Cade Smith, the Kiowa Cowboys, with 14 pounds 11 ounces.

The Lew’s Big Bass award went to the team of Ty Downs and Hayden Newland for their 5 pound 6 ounce lunker.

With all the fish caught at the prestige Grand Lake we had a 100% fish release. Thank you to all the teams for your efforts in the preservation of our great resources.