Just three years ago B.A.S.S. High School Nation program began as an idea to bridge the gap between youth and adult tournament participation, while fostering the conservation and community goals of B.A.S.S. membership.
High school bass fishing’s elite teams are preparing to compete in the ultimate match of skills at the Costa Bassmaster High School National Championship presented by TNT Fireworks.
To help the competitors catch more and bigger fish, the Wisconsin Lowrance community created the most detailed map ever seen of the 4,649-acre Lake DuBay.
High school students excelling in angling, academics and conservation awareness are among dozens of young anglers chosen for the 2015 Bassmaster High School All-State Fishing Team.
B.A.S.S. — the world’s largest fishing organization — today announced creation of the Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team, which honors the most successful competitive bass anglers in the country.
Right before the competitors weigh in on the final day of the Classic, a group of up-and-coming anglers will cross the stage as part of the sixth annual Bassmaster College Classic.
Competitors from area high schools will compete on Lake Keowee, Feb. 21, for the chance to win the coveted High School Classic trophy.
The Carhartt Bassmaster College Series has been expanded to three-day tournaments for 2015, instead of two, B.A.S.S. announced as it revealed the 2015 College Series schedule.
B.A.S.S. has expanded the Bassmaster High School Series to three Opens for 2015 and has increased the number of ways high school anglers can qualify for the Bassmaster High School National Championship.
Ten years ago, Jordan Lee was just a middle schooler with a dream. Now, he is a young man with an Elite Series berth and a long career ahead of him.