Pell City High School ground out a victory in a "day to remember" at the Alabama B.A.S.S. Nation High School Championship on Lay Lake.
Seventy teams of high school anglers took on Lay Lake for the Alabama B.A.S.S. Nation Championship.
It could be said Junior Nation anglers had a tougher contest at the World Championship than their adult counterparts. See how they did on the Arkansas River!
A total of $21,000 in scholarship money awarded to Junior World Championship contenders in the one-day event.
Check out images from the Junior World Championship in Russellville, Ark.!
Go on the water with Nation junior competitors as they face a challenging Pool 9 on the Arkansas River!
JWC contenders can't rely on patterns established by B.A.S.S. Nation competitors on the other side of the dam.
On Oct. 26, competitors ages 11 to 18 will show off their fishing skills on the final day of the 2013 B.A.S.S. Nation Championship.
More than two dozen kids got a day on the water, thanks to the annual derby hosted by the Central Illinois Bassmasters.
Dekota Shaw, 18, is working toward a career in the outdoors industry. You'll see him compete in the youth division of next year's B.A.S.S. Nation Southern Divisional.
The first Bradley Roy High School Open at Cedar Creek Lake attracted 21 teams consisting of 42 high school anglers from across the state and Indiana and Tennessee.