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MONTICELLO, Ind. (June 24, 2014) – The Wabash Valley High School team of Elijah Hamrick and Griffen Fernandes brought a five-bass limit to the scale Sunday weighing 10 pounds, 4 ounces to win the 2014 Indiana State High School Fishing Championship on Lake Shafer. The win earned the team the title of state champions and qualified the team to compete in a High School Fishing conference championship on Lake Erie in September.
     
     The 2014 Indiana State High School Fishing Championship was a two-person (team) event for students in grades 9-12. The top 10 percent from each TBF/FLW state championship field will advance to a High School Fishing conference championship along with the top 3 teams from each of the six 2014 High School Fishing Opens that coincide with the 2014 Walmart FLW Tour. The top 10 percent of each conference championship field will then advance to the High School Fishing National Championship, coinciding with the TBF National Championship and an FLW Tour stop in the spring of 2015. The High School Fishing national champions will each receive a $5,000 college scholarship to the school of their choice.
 
     In addition to the High School Fishing National Championship, all SAF members nationwide automatically qualify for the world’s largest high school bass tournament, the 2014 High School Fishing World Finals, held on Lake Dardanelle in Russelville, Ark., on July 15-19. At the 2013 World Finals more than $40,000 in scholarships and prizes were awarded. Visit HighSchoolFishing.org for details.
 
 
Courtesy of  FLWOutdoors.com

 
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NORTH ZAVALLA, Texas (June 24, 2014) – The Texas Student Angler Federation high-school team of Dillon Harrell and Brendan Reavis brought a five-bass limit to the scale Sunday weighing 22 pounds, 11 ounces to win the 2014 Texas State High School Fishing Open on Sam Rayburn Reservoir. The win advanced the team to the High School Fishing Southern Conference Championship held on the Red River in October.
 
     The top three teams on that advanced to the conference championship were:
 
       1st:      Texas Student Angler Federation – Dillon Harrell and Brendan Reavis, five bass, 22-11
       2nd:      Texas Student Angler Federation – Michael Snook and Josh Perrin, five bass, 16-14
       3rd:      Broaddus High School – Hunter Curry and Josh Russell, five bass, 15-0
      
     The 2014 Texas State High School Fishing Open was a two-person (team) event for students in grades 9-12. The top three teams from each SAF High School Fishing Open held this season will advance to a High School Fishing conference championship along with the top 10 percent of each state championship field. The top 10 percent of each conference championship field will then advance to the High School Fishing National Championship coinciding with the TBF National Championship and an FLW Tour stop in the spring of 2015. The High School Fishing national champions each receive a $5,000 college scholarship to the school of their choice.
 
     In addition to the High School Fishing National Championship, all SAF members nationwide automatically qualify for the world’s largest high school bass tournament, the 2014 High School Fishing World Finals, held on Lake Dardanelle in Russelville, Ark., on July 15-19. At the 2013 World Finals more than $40,000 in scholarships and prizes were awarded. Visit HighSchoolFishing.org for details.
 
 
                                            Courtesy of  FLWOutdoors.com