Murray State University to Host High School Fishing Open April 10

More Than $10,000 in Scholarships on the Line


Ponca City, Okla. (Jan. 31, 2011) – The Bass Federation (TBF), in partnership with FLW Outdoors, announced Murray State University will host the Murray State High School Fishing Open April 10 in conjunction with the National Guard FLW College Fishing National Championship on campus April 7-9. Continue reading

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TBF “No Entry Fee” Divisional Championship Series Back in 2011

Oregon, Utah, Kentucky, Kansas, Minnesota, Maine and Virginia to host the events.

January 14, 2011

Ponca City, Okla. – The Bass Federation (TBF), announced the dates and locations of the 2011 TBF “No Entry Free” Divisional Championship Series.  The series consists of seven no-cost tournaments that lead grassroots anglers to the biggest events in fishing!     Continue reading

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SEAFWA 2010 – Fisheries Resource Committee Meeting

October 29, 2010 – The Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA) is an organization whose members are the state agencies with primary responsibility for management and protection of the fish and wildlife resources in 15 states, Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands. Member states are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Continue reading

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Jared Raymer and Ethan Snyder-2010 High School Fishing World Finals Champions


2010 High School Fishing World Finals Champs - Ethan Snyder and Jared Raymer

July 24, 2010 – Raymer and Snyder, from Meade County High School sealed the deal today with a sweet victory on the finale of the inaugural 2010 High School Fishing World Finals on lake.  Both walked away with $4,000/yr up to four year scholarships totaling $16,000 a piece/$32,000 from Bethel University, spots on the Bethel University Varsity Fishing team, $500 Cabelas gift cards, new Compaq laptops, a Berkley Prize Package including a Revo Reel and 30% Pure Fishing on  the TBF website, plus some heavy jewelry.  The weights were zeroed for the final day of competition, making the playing field level and the weigh-in intense.  Raymer and Synder were the last to the stage.  With only the team from North Canyon High School in their way, the Meade County team excited the crowd and themselves as the scale read 16lbs 2ounces, pulling them ahead by 2lbs to win it. Continue reading

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