2011 Federation National Championship is underway; 94 TBF elite hit ‘em, and hit ‘em hard on Lake Nickajack

The bite is on and the anglers are hungry fighting for a dream they can almost taste; the 2011 TBF National Champion titles and all the glory will be decided this week on Lake Nickajack in Kimball, Tenn.   The TBF national champion boater will earn the esteemed $100,000 “Living the Dream” prize package, including cash and prizes, fully paid entry fees into the FLW tour, travel funds and use of a wrapped Ranger Boat and Chevrolet truck for the year.  The national champion boater and non-boater will also receive berths in the 2011 Forrest Wood Cup and BFL All-American.  There’s a lot on the line for these state champions and the competition is tight.  Tomorrow, it’s all or nothing, as the final cut will decide the top 14 division champions, seven on the boater and non-boater sides, who will vie for the 2011 Federation National Champion titles. Continue reading

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2011 Federation National Championship to showcase TBF’s elite, April 12-16, on Nickajack Lake

94 TBF Champions eagerly await the start of TBF’s premier event

Ponca City, Okla., (April 11, 2011) – Kimball, Tenn., will host the widely anticipated 2011 Federation National Championship, presented by the National Guard on Nickajack Lake.  For most, it is the trip of a lifetime, a process that started well over a year ago where grassroots anglers nationwide competed in seven TBF divisions to qualify for the no-entry fee 2010 TBF Division Championship Series. From there, the top two anglers from each state advance one boater and one co-angler, to compete in the no-entry fee 2011 Federation National Championship. The field also contains the Association of Collegiate Anglers (ACA) National Champions.  94 total championship anglers will face-off on Nickajack Lake, Thursday, April 14. Continue reading

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Meade County HS Knows How to Bring IT! Jones & Compton Kentucky State Champs

2011 Kentucky State Champs

2011 Kentucky State Champs

April 9, 2011 (Kentucky Lake, KY) – Now the high school fishing world knows that the Meade County High School SAF Fishing Club is in it to win it! Not only does the school proudly have the first ever High School Fishing World Finals Champions, Ethan Snyder and Jared Raymer, they now are home to the first ever SAF Kentucky High School Fishing State Champions. Club mentors and advisors, Frank Raymer and Travis Stull’s hard work and persistence seems to be paying off for the club, and their students are especially grateful for it. Continue reading

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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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