TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL
BASS ASSOCIATION

NEWS RELEASES

Lake Lewisville Winners West Division

Lake Lewisville has been a tough lake for us. We zeroed in practice, but found a ton of shad suspended in 10-20 feet of of water with big fish under them. We had a north wind at 15 to 20 with a steady rain in 35 degree temperatures, so we were thinking our chances of catching a limit were slim to none. We tied on every winter time bait we could think of but when push came to shove, I grabbed a 6xd Strike King Tennessee Shad crank bait, hoping for a reaction strike
and looking for a big fish bite. I had a 5 pounder bite within 20 minutes of fishing around all the bait. My partner Drew and I were giving each other high fives while we put this football of a bass in the live well. We actually thought at the time that we might get a limit in this small deep pocket with shad pushed in it, but I only had one more bite in there and it pulled off. We fished 6 more tough hours on the lake before finally calling it a day.

 

AJ Reed and Drew Price from Aledo weighed in 5.35 to take the win. 

 

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.