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5/8/2014 1:57:00 PM
Washington state high school bass team championship
Submitted by Dave Bruggman Washington State Youth Director

Open to all Washington state high school students, May 10, 2014. The Moses Lake challenge tournament is the first tournament of the year leading up to the Washington State High School Bass Team Championship that will be held the following weekend on Lake Chelan May 17, 2014. A third and final high school team challenge by R.A. Long high team will be held at Riffe Lake in Lewis County June 14, also open to all high school teams that want to sign up and compete for trophies, prizes and braggin rights.
Last year's state champions Moses Lake High School team is challenging any high school to come compete against the state champs on their home body of water. As is R.A. Long High Schools team, from Longview, Wash., who finished sixth at last year's state championship and feels they too have a definite advantage on their home body of water at the Riffe Lake challenge on June 14, 2014.
Sign up details and information for The High School State Championship, Moses Lake High School challenge & Riffe Lake Challenge can be found on the Washington State Bass Federation web site: (
Additional information can be found on TBF/FLW National High School web site: ( or for more details.
Contact: David Bruggman Washington State Bass Federation Youth Director 206-919-4933 or email
High School fishin'
The High School Fishing program will start out with a High School Fishing State Championship for every state in the continental United States and the province of Ontario, Canada. The events will be a two-person team format of high school students grades 9-12, paired with a "coach" of their choice who will provide the boat they compete from.
All state championships are only $25 per person. Current TBF SAF high school club members fish for free. The winning team from each state championship advances to a High School Fishing Conference Championship held on a college campus in conjunction with a National Guard FLW College Fishing Regional Championship, where boats and a travel allowance are provided. The winning team from each regional championship advances to the High School Fishing National Championship held on a college campus in conjunction with the National Guard FLW College Fishing National Championship, again where boats and a travel allowance are provided. The High School Fishing National Champions each receive a $5,000 scholarship to use at the university of their choice.
High School
Fishing World Finals
All SAF members and High School Fishing State Championship contestants automatically qualify for High School Fishing's single largest event, the High School Fishing World Finals. All SAF members who have graduated the 8th grade and not yet started college (9-12) who meet the minimum requirements are eligible to enter and fish the High School Fishing World Finals, held in July.  The HSFWF is High School Fishing's premier open event. In 2012, the winners were offered more than $40,000 in college scholarships.

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