Bassmaster Elite Series pro Bradley Roy is once again giving young Kentucky anglers a chance to fish competitively for their high schools.
Stephen Browning joins Tommy Sanders to discuss the recent Bassmaster High School Championship.
The local news in Mifflinburg, Pa., covered the return of Bassmaster High School champs Garrett Enders and Nick Osman, who were welcomed home with a parade in their honor.
When the two Wisconsin teams missed the cut at the championship, they headed to New Johnsonville, Tenn., to get after some big Kentucky Lake bass one last time.
B.A.S.S. photographer Ronnie Moore shares his favorite photos from the Bassmaster High School Championship presented by Carhartt.
America's fishing future is bright with these talented (and entertaining!) young stars lighting the way!
Enders and Osman didn’t have an easy start to their final day, as they were in the penalty box from the get-go.
Check out images from the final day of the 2014 Bassmaster High School Championship presented by Carhartt!
Just found the Susquehanna Valley team who was in second place to start the day. Garrett Enders and Nick Osman have four in the boat for around 5 pounds. Even with a 30-minute penalty to start the morning, these Pennsylvania anglers have made quick work.
After no fish to start the day on their first spot, the leaders picked up and took off to another spot. The fifth-place team of Noah Pescitelli and Thomas Zaczek are still there. We are with the Pell City team of Zeke Gossett and Hayden Bartee. They have two so far: a 2 1/2 and a 1 1/2. They are running a shallow pattern in a cove where they lost two 4-pounders late yesterday.