Category Archive: High School Fishing World Finals

Stories for the High School Fishing World Finals

High School Fishing World Finals Returns to Russellville, Ark. July 18-23, 2011

Ponca City, Okla., (Nov. 16, 2010) The Bass Federation announced today the High School Fishing World Finals will return to Russellville, Ark. at Lake Dardanelle. High school stars from TBF’s Student Angler Federation will once again be invited to this “no entry fee” championship event at Lake Dardanelle State Park, July 18-23.

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

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 Dardanelle. Both walked away with $4,000/yr, renewable for four years, scholarships totaling $16,000 a piece/$32,000 from Bethel University, spots on the Bethel University Varsity Fishing …

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18lb 10ounces Set the Bar High-Top 7 Advance to the Final Contest

Changes on Lake Dardanelle slowed the bite, but not for some who rose above the pack to solidify their spots on the final day of competition.  These top seven teams advance to battle it out to see who will become the first High School Fishing World Finals Champions.  Tomorrow will decide who goes home with …

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History is in the Making – The Anglers are catching them at Dardanelle

The 2010 High School Fishing World Finals ushered in a brand new world of competitive bass fishing today, as 76 high school teams from 17 states faced off on Lake Dardanelle, in Russellville, Ark. Two Student Angler Federation (SAF) high school anglers per team and some school sending multiple teams came together today to compete …

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