TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL
BASS ASSOCIATION

NEWS RELEASES

Central Division Lake Ray Hubbard 02/22/2020

Our early morning started with a long haul across the lake. When we got to our spot we waited until first cast and began fishing. We moved around a lot before we started to get any bites, then Westin switched up his bait and got the first one in the boat at around 11, and not even 10 minutes later he reeled in another one. Then without a doubt I decided to pick up what Westin was using. About 20 minutes later I had gotten my first one of the day. We decided to move around a bit and see what else we could find and Westin got hung up and I backlashed, and when I reeled in we had our fourth fish in the boat. After that Westin had caught the fifth fish. We decided to go back to our other spot and we stared to cull. When 2 o’clock hit I though I had a fish but I wasn’t sure, and turns out I brought in the 8.03 pounder. After that Westin had caught another fish for us to cull. We ended up winning with 19.68lbs

 

We would like to thank our boat captain Mitch York, for helping us and keeping our heads in the game. And a thank you to Lews for the prizes. We would also like to thank THSBA for hosting these fishing tournaments and making them so much fun.

 

The team of Jade Maples - Weston Roberts won with 19.68 and had a 8.03 kicker. 

It is the goal of the Texas High School Bass Association to provide a venue where high school students have the opportunity to compete in organized tournaments while establishing strict guide lines and academic standards that will allow our student anglers to excel in the class room and on the lake.