Youth anglers are eager for launch of the Junior Bassmaster segment of competition at the Mid Atlantic Divisional.
Fourteen young men set out at daylight this morning, along with their boat captains, to fish the Junior Bassmaster Competition phase of the 2012 Cabela’s Bassmaster Federation Nation Mid Atlantic Divisional.
Scores of high school students will have a chance to rub shoulders with and learn fishing techniques from some of the world’s best professional anglers in the Bassmaster High School Elite Experience, to be held Saturday, Sept. 22.
Pair qualified to fish 2012 Bassmaster Junior World Championship next month.
The top angler in each of the two age groups, 11 to 14 and 15 to 18, advance to the Bassmaster Junior World Championship, Oct. 27, near Decatur, Ala.
Chase Heaton, 18, found solace in bass fishing during his battle with Hodgkin's, and he's now fishing for fun through his recovery.
A newcomer and a veteran were the age group winners of the Junior Bassmasters segment of the Cabela’s B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Northern Divisional on the Mississippi River.
These Junior Bassmasters struggle with the same problem as the pros, but keep a good attitude.
Alabama's Lake Logan Martin was full of children this week during the YMCA's Camp Cosby. B.A.S.S. Staff and Elite Series pros helped teach the kids how to fish.
Jaxon Golightly said he just can't wait until he's old enough to advance.