High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Austin Winter

LENOIR CITY, Tenn. — Austin Winter is getting prepped for a dual career as a wildlife officer and a professional angler. The Lenoir City High School junior is also one...

High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Bailey Fain

LENOIR CITY, Tenn. — Bailey Fain, who will soon go into his senior year of high school, will leave Lenoir City High School a better place. Less than two years...

High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Trevor McKinney

BENTON, Ill. — Trevor McKinney, 18, is one of only 12 anglers selected for the 2016 Bassmaster High School All-American team, and to those who know him, it’s no surprise....

High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Dailus Richardson

BENTON, Ill. — Dailus Richardson showed so much talent at the high school level for bass fishing that he is going on scholarship to McKendree University to join the school’s...

High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Morgan Fitzgerald

SALIDA, Colo. — Morgan Fitzgerald is from trout country in Colorado, but the 18-year-old has become an accomplished bass angler in the last three years. “Once he started catching bass,...

High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Nathan Cummings

PEORIA, Ariz. — Nathan Cummings is a success story, and bass fishing gets part of the credit. “When Nathan arrived at Centennial High School, he was lost,” said Brett Palmer,...

High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Cody Stahl

GRIFFIN, Ga. — Cody Stahl got the fishing team started at his high school, led it to state victory twice and now is headed to the college level with those...

High School All-American

2016 High School All-American: Hunter Penney

BOAZ, Ala. — You could probably not keep Hunter Penney of Alabama indoors if you tried. The 18-year-old is either on the water fishing a tournament, in the woods hunting,...

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