Rockwall-Heath High School Anglers Win Texas State Championship

Registration at Cabela's of Allen, TX

May 21, 2011, ALLEN, TX – Registration on Friday night was a drencher, but thankfully it was indoors! Storms rolled through the area as all the Texas High School State Championship anglers gathered in the conference room at the brand new Cabela’s in Allen, Texas. Several anglers from all over the state of Texas registered to fish the inaugural event held on Lake Lavon. Approximately sixteen different schools were represented. Marble Falls High School Fishing Club brought the most teams with six. Willis High School Fishing club brought three teams. Many teams came from as far south as Houston to compete in this first ever state championship. Continue reading

Beverley/McDonald NC State Champs, Blanks/Roberts VA State Champs at Dual Event

NC State Champs (left), Virginia State Champs (right)

May 21, 2011, Buggs Island VA – The Virginia/North Carolina Student Angler Federation sign-in registration night was hosted by the Days Inn of South Hill, VA. The 19 registered teams showed up to attend the conservation speech given by Vernon Wilson, the Virginia TBF Conservation Director. After that the rules reading, there was group picture and a ton of stuff to give away at this inaugural event for the North Carolina and Virginia High School Fishing State Championships. Continue reading

Georgia High School Fishing State Championship Set For June 19

Ponca City, Okla. (May 19, 2011) – The Bass Federation (TBF), in partnership with FLW Outdoors, announced it will be hosting the inaugural Student Angler Federation Georgia High School Fishing State Championship, June 19 at Lake Lanier, Gainesville, Ga.  The state championship is a two person team event for students in grades 9 -12. Registration for high school anglers and their “coach,” who will provide the boat they compete in, is open online at or by calling 580.765.9031. Check-in begins at 4pm on Saturday, June 18 the Rowing Center (located next to the Clarks Bridge road ramp).  A mandatory rules briefing will follow at 6pm. We highly encourage all teams to pre-register online or by phone well in advance to avoid late registration fees. Continue reading