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FLW/TBF High School World Championship–My Experience As a Boat Captain

Taken from Cass Caldwell’s Blog One of the best things to happen to our sport in recent years was the creation of competitive bass fishing at the high school and collegiate levels. This move has really energized our sport, especially amongst our younger generation who will take the torch from us before we know it, …

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New Jersey, Wisconsin Duo Sweep Final Day of the 2013 Junior World Championship

Jonathan Ladner and fishing partner today, Luke Loewe, were on the money.  The pair swept the field to be crowned 2013 Junior World Champions.  Ladner took the title in the 15-18 age group and Loewe in the 11-14.   TBF Junior State Champions traveled from across the US for the 2013 Junior World Championship, presented by …

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2013 TBF Junior World Championship Broadcast

2013 TBF Junior World Championship Caddo Lake, LA Friday, August 16 and Saturday, August 17 at 1:30 CST   Streaming video by Ustream

2013 TBF Junior World Championship Standings – Day 1

2013 TBF Junior World Championship – Caddo Lake, LA JWC Day 1 Standings

TBF Junior World Championship Set For August 15-17, 2013

Ponca City, Okla. – November 28, 2012 The Bass Federation, (TBF) announced today the Caddo Parish Commission and the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission will host the 2013 TBF Junior World Championship at the Earl Williamson Park in Oil City, La. The TBF Junior World Championship will be held in conjunction with the most prestigious event in …

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Aug. 11, 2012 – Yesterday’s light rain and cloud cover decided to stick around for the final day of the National Guard Junior World Championship on Lake Lanier near Gainesville, Ga.  Andrew Gulliams of Springfield, MO and Max Danese of Franklin, MA held the top spots in their respected divisions going into the final day, but …

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