Crockett and Ward win at Burnsville Lake

The 2022 West Virginia SAF State Championship was on Burnsville Lake in Burnsville, WV. Aidan Crockett and Eli Ward, Braxton Eagles, took 1st place with a five fish limit that weighed 10-08. Aidan also had the big bass of the day at 2-99. In 2nd place with 9-63 was the Liberty High team of Adam McGhee and Scott Woicehovich.  And rounding out the top three teams was Riley Hendricks and Wesley Allen, Hurricane Redskins, with 6-27. For full results CLICK HERE

Jipsen and Eilts win Championship on Three Mile Lake

The 2022 Iowa SAF State Championship took place on Three Mile Lake in Creston, Iowa. At the end of the day, Cooper Jipsen and Logan Eilts claimed the Champion Title with a five fish limit that weighed 13 pounds 14 ounces. Trailing by just 2 ounces was Colton and Colin Rudy with 13 pounds 12 ounces. They also had Big Bass of the day at 3 pounds 8 ounces. Rounding out the top 3 was Caleb Neu and Mason Pospeshil with 12 pounds 15 ounces.

Cooper Jipsen, Logan Eilts, Colton Rudy and Colin Rudy will be advancing to the 13th Annual High School Fishing World Finals and National Championship in Florence, AL. Good luck to all.

We want to thank all the volunteers that helped make this a great event for the kids and Bob Harris for all his hard work and dedication to the Southwest Iowa Fishing Team. For full results and photos CLICK HERE 

Suderman and Fore win on Melvern Lake

Mason Suderman and Peyton Fore took 1st place at the Kansas SAF State Championship on Melvern Lake. Mason and Peyton brought in four fish weighing 10 pounds 13 ounces. Followed by Cayden Harmon and Cooper Shannon, Bulldog Bass Club, with 7 pounds 12 ounces. And in 3rd place from Capital City High School, was Nicholas and Kyle Herrman with 6 pounds 14 ounces. For full results CLICK HERE