James Graves III proves a high school athlete can excel in varsity sports and fish for a high school bass club at the same time.
Noah Lindus and Colton Haney of Baldwin and Woodville high schools won the 2015 Wisconsin B.A.S.S. Nation High School Championship, June 20-21, on Lake Winnebago.
Two members of a club named after Bassmaster Elite Series pro Charlie Hartley won the Ohio B.A.S.S. Nation High School/Youth Angler Championship, June 6-7, at Rocky Fork Lake.
Sean Cook and Tommy Zobel won the 2015 Illinois B.A.S.S. Nation High School Championship, June 14, on Lake Springfield.
Michael Arndt and Ryan Hujar won the New York B.A.S.S. Nation High School Championship, June 7, on Owasco Lake.
Matthew Stearns, 16, is an advocate of bass fishing with kids of all ages.
The Strawberry Crest High team of Colten Smith and Rofet White won the high school division with a five-fish limit on Okeechobee weighing 34.42 pounds.
Speaking to High School anglers about their fathers reveals the amazing character of both the child and parent.
Teams from nine high schools participated in the inaugural York County High School Anglers B.A.S.S. Open Tournament on Lake Wylie.
The nation's Top 12 high school anglers went across the Elite Series stage with 12 of the nation's best bass fishing pros.