FAN HSF kicks off the 2017/18 season with The Toyota Cedar Park Lake Travis Tundra Take Down

FAN HSF kicks off the 2017/18 season with The Toyota Cedar Park Lake Travis Tundra Take Down – September 30th at Jones Brothers Park
 
We are super excited to launch the 2017/18 season with our dedicated and loyal sponsors of many years, plus new to the FAN Family this year Toyota of Cedar Park. This awesome family of FAN supporters enables us to continue to offer the FAN Scholarship awards.
New for the 2017/18 season we are honored to announce the Toyota of Cedar Park Angler of the Year Scholarship Award plus the Berkley Select Angler of the year award.  So, in addition to the coveted Berkley Select Angler Award we will award $2000.00 to the AOY team at the Chase for the Champion Banquet.
 
Registration Meeting September 20th 
To officially launch the season and the partnership, Toyota of Cedar Park is hosting a FAN Registration event September 20th from 6:30 – 8PM.  We will go over the new ONLINE registration and payment site, plus answer any questions. You can also pick up your membership bag. 
FAN members will be entered into a drawing for a new Abu Garcia Revo ALX ($250 value), a Kistler KLX Fishing Rod ($220 Value), a $100 Academy Sports and Outdoors Gift Card and much more.
Toyota of Cedar Park is located off 183A north of New Hope,
5600 183A, Leander, TX 78641

Where- Tournament Host Site
Jones Brother Park
Lakeside Dr, Leander, TX 78645

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When- September 30, 2017
Check in will start at 5:30am, there will be a boat safety check and we will release boats in numerical order at safe light 
Weigh in will be at 2PM– You must be checked in at the official check station by 2PM or will be counted late.
 
Who is eligible?

Registration is open to all 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students. The entry fee for each tournament is $40 a boat with no more than two team members and each team member must be a TBF Student Angler Federation (SAF) member. In addition to the one time FAN High School Fishing Series Membership of $10.00 per individual. Contestants must also have the signature of a parent or legal guardian in the provided space on the liability form.

How to Register- 
If you are not able to attend the Registration event at Toyota of Cedar Park September 20th 6:30-8P<
All anglers must register by September 27th 
Registration deadline will be the Wednesday prior to the tournament via online registration and payment only.  Late registrations may be considered Saturday for complete teams only and will be added to bottom of the boat launch sequence. Please contact info@faithanglernetwork.com with any questions regarding registration or if you will register late.
Register online HERE

FOR RULES AND REGULATIONS CLICK HERE
 
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Top finishing anglers will win tournament quality prizes from Abu Garcia, Berkley, and Havoc, in addition to a big bass award provided by Kistler Rods. OVER $1500.00 in prizes 

Captains will also be recognized with the Academy Captains Awards including a $50 Academy gift card plus an Academy Magellan Fishing Shirt plus the captain drawings

Faith Angler Network is an All-Volunteer 501©3 non-profit organization serving the Central Texas Area with Youth Fishing Events/ Charity Events/ Military Supported and Awareness Events. For more details please visit our Website  Facebook

Toyota Of Cedar Park Joins the FAN HSF Family

FAN High School Fishing is excited to announce our partnership with Toyota of Cedar Park for the 2017/18 season.

Toyota of Cedar Park opened their doors in May of 2017 to serve Cedar Park, Leander, Liberty Hill, Georgetown, and the Central Texas area.  Not only do they provide outstanding customer service for your new and used car needs, they also have a world class service department as well a state of the art facility, which exemplifies the white glove experience you deserve in a dealership.

Equally important to Toyota of Cedar Park is serving their community, and in partnering with FAN High School Fishing they are “all in” with supporting our middle and high school anglers and their families.

Toyota of Cedar Park cares about customers, and are not here just to “sell cars”. “We are about building relationships with you and your family and truly want to be your car dealer for life”, stated Julie Herrera, Dealer Principle.

They are also fishermen and women who enjoy getting out on our beautiful Hill Country lakes and rivers and catching those little green fish as much as we do.

We are truly honored to be partnering with Toyota of Cedar Park and proud to have them in the FAN family.

Part of the partnership will be the Toyota of Cedar Park Angler of the Year Scholarship Award.  New for this year, FAN and TCP will award $2,000 to the Angler of the Year team at the 2018 Chase for the Champions and Banquet. Toyota Cedar Park will also be the Title Sponsor for the opening event September 30th on Lake Travis, Jones Brothers Park.  The Toyota Cedar Park Lake Travis Tundra Take Down.

To officially launch the season and the partnership, Toyota of Cedar Park is hosting a FAN Registration event September 20th from 6:30 – 8PM.  Please come out and get registered for the tournament and pick up your free membership prize- There will be give away’s, and everyone that registers during the event will be entered into a drawing for a new Abu Garcia Revo ALX ($250 value), a Kistler KLX Fishing Rod ($220 Value), and a $100 Academy Sports and Outdoors Gift Card.

Toyota of Cedar Park is located off 183A north of New Hope,

5600 183A, Leander, TX 78641

Join us in welcoming Toyota of Cedar Park to the FAN Family and to our community.

Faith Angler Network is an All-Volunteer 501©3 non-profit organization serving the Central Texas Area with Youth Fishing Events/ Charity Events/ Military Supported and Awareness Events. For more details please visit our Website  Facebook

FAN Chase for the Champions & Banquet

FAN wrapped up the 2016/17 season with Chase for the Champions Tournament and FANally Open Tournament on Lake Belton with over $6000,00 in scholarships and prizes.  The evening concluded with an awards banquet and BBQ meal provided by Schoepfs BBQ from Betlon TX. 
We are truly grateful and blessed to have the best student anglers, captains, parents, volunteers and supporters in the country.. It’s an honor to serve you.

A personal and heartfelt thank you to Tyson Dever for coming and sharing your story of perseverance through hope, faith, and the power of a positive attitude. Thank you Tyson! To learn more about Tyson check out his website  here 

And also a big THANK YOU to our very own Abbi Gass  with the Lake Travis Fishing Team for performing for us again this year. How lucky are we to have this wonderful young lady part of the FAN Family…. oh yeah she can fish as good as she sings too….. just say’n.  She finished 5th on the AOY Chase 
You can see some of her performance on our facebook page 

Congratulations to Ethan Bratton and Jacob Lambert from The Round Rock Fishing Team for winning the Berkley Select Anglers of the Year.
Stepping it up this year, after a tough second place finish last year, and taking home the Chase for the Champions victory were Clayton Harbison and Gavin Standard from Texas Bass Academy, including the Kistler Big Bass Award and the first place $3000.00 Scholarship with an impressive 15.46 Pounds

You can see their winning ways interview here 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE CHASE QUALIFIERS

Congratulations to Tristan Laberge and Keaton Lopez from Texas Bass Academy for winning the FANally Open on Lake Belton April 22nd with 3 fish weighing 4.94 pounds on a tough and windy day.

 

For all the results and pictures  GO HERE 

FAN FANally Open April 22nd Lake Belton

Registration is now open for the FAN FANally Open Tournament on Lake Belton BLORA April 22nd.

Open to all FAN members who did not qualify for the Chase for the Champions.

Come enjoy the final tournament of the FAN 2016/17 Plus you are invited to attend the 2017 Annual Banquet FOR MORE DETAILS 
 

Top finishing anglers will win tournament quality prizes from Abu Garcia, Berkley, and Havoc, in addition to a big bass award provided by Kistler Rods. OVER $1200.00 in prizes 

Captains will also be recognized with the Academy Captains Awards including a $50 Academy gift card plus an Academy Magellan Co-Branded Fishing Shirt plus drawing from Berkley and SuperNova 

 
Who is eligible?
Registration is open to all 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students. The entry fee for each tournament is $40 a boat with no more than two team members and each team member must be a TBF Student Angler Federation (SAF) member. In addition to the one time FAN High School Fishing Series Membership of $10.00 per individual. Contestants must also have the signature of a parent or legal guardian in the provided space on the liability form.

How to Register

Must Register by April 15th and RSVP you and your family for the banquet.

Registration via online registration only.  Late registrations will be accepted Saturday for complete teams only and will be added to bottom of the boat launch sequence. Please contact info@faithanglernetwork.com with any questions regarding registration

RSVP FOR THE ANNUAL BANQUET By April 15th 

ALSO CHECK OUT THE HOW TO REGISTER VIDEO HERE

Register online HERE

FOR RULES AND REGULATIONS CLICK HERE

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C.A.S.T. for Kids

Hi everyone,
If you are not familiar with C.A.S.T for Kids visit there website here 
The Lake Bastrop C.A.S.T. for Kids event being held on May 6, 2017 is in need of boat captains and we hope you will consider getting involved.
our event provides an opportunity for 40 participants from the local area to enjoy the experience of fishing.  We supply each participant with a t-shirt, tackle box, fishing pole, & worms.  All of which they get to keep.  Each participant is fitted with a life vest for the event as well.  Participants will have at least one guardian with them while on the boat.  

The days events look something like this:

7:00 – 7:45am Boat Captain Registration and Boat Launching / Breakfast Tacos, donuts, coffee will be available
7:45 – 8:00am Safety Meeting for Boat Captains
8:00 – 9:00am Participants begin registration and are immediately matched up with a Boat Captain.  Photo to be taken, at a designated location, of Participant and Boat Captain before leaving on the boat.  (Picture will be placed in a plaque which is presented to the participant by the Boat Captain at the end of the event)
8:00 – 11:00 Fishing time.   Please try to be back on shore by 11am so we can get everyone in the Group Photo.
11:00 Group Photo 
11:30am – Lunch provided.  Hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza, ice cream, & drinks.
12:00pm – Plaque presentation.  Event ends once all participants have been presented with their plaque.

You can access registration at http://castforkids.org/event/lakebastrop/  Scroll down to the “Register as Boat Captain” button.  You will receive a confirmation email upon successful registration.

Each Boat Captain will receive a C.A.S.T. t-shirt.  T-shirts must be ordered 6 weeks before the event. Please register before March 23, 2017, to ensure you are able to receive your t-shirt size.  Unfortunately, if you register after March 23, 2017, shirts will be available but sizes cannot be guaranteed.   

If you have any other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call me at 512-899-4165 or on my cell phone at 512-284-0137.  I would be happy to help in any way.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kim Parish
Boat Captain Coordinator

 

FLW Announces the Texas Open

 

Enter the Texas Open Today!

Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) and The Bass Federation now offer 76 High School Fishing tournaments from New York to California, including an exciting new series of 24 High School Fishing Opens that advance teams directly to the High School Fishing National Championship for the chance to win $10,000 in scholarships.

Register now for the Texas Open on Lake O’ the Pines to be held Saturday, April 1 in Marshall, TX. The tournament is open to all Student Angler Federation (SAF) members regardless of residence, and there is no entry fee.

This event is hosted by:
Marshall Convention and Visitors Bureau and East Texas Baptist University
The top 10 percent of the field will advance to the 2017 High School Fishing National Championship held June 27-July 1 on Pickwick Lake in Florence, AL. The National Championship is held in conjunction with the High School Fishing World Finals at the same location.

If your SAF membership has expired, you can renew at www.flwfishing.com or by calling FLW customer service at 270.252.1000. We are also happy to process your tournament entry by phone. SAF membership is just $25 per year and includes both FLW and TBF membership plus a digital subscription to FLW Bass Fishing magazine. If you prefer a print subscription, the cost is $35.

If you have any questions or need help starting a club at your school, please contact me, FLW National Youth Director, Scott Ellison, at 270.252.1584 or scott.ellison@flwfishing.com.

I look forward to seeing you on the water soon.

Sincerely,
Scott Ellison

Texas Open
Registration – Friday, March 31, 2017 – Includes meal, prizes and guest speaker
Competition – Saturday, April 1, 2017
Lake O’ the Pines
Lakeside Recreation Area
5177 FM 726
Jefferson, TX 75657
Tournament Director – Dave Maxfield

FAN HSF Lake Travis Results

The City of Jonestown TX and Jones Brothers Park hosted the second FAN HSF qualifier on Lake Travis October 29th. We were blessed with a beautiful fall day with morning tempatures in the mid 60’s and mid 80’s for the afternoon weigh in.
62 teams assended onto Jones Borthers Park for the second tournament of the season and a chance to qualify for the Chase for the Championship with over $6000 in Scholarship funds and the coveted Berkley Select Anglers of the Year Award. 

CHECK OUT THE LAKE TRAVIS WRAP UP ON FAN TV HERE

CHASE FOR THE CHAMPIONS and The Berkley Select Anlgers of the Year Standings
 
Parker Wagner and Cameron Reagon from Lake Travis High School take back to back victories with another win on Laker Travis with only 3 bass including the 7.26 pound Kistler Big Bass for a total weight of 10.97 pounds and currently lead the Berkley AOY chase.

“Because Lake Travis is our home lake, we were able to pre-fish quite a few times. We found that most of the fish were staging on main lake points with shelves and hitting topwater spooks any time of the day. Tournament morning, we were confident in the spook and the spots we had found, but after throwing the spook for about an hour, we had only caught one keeper and knew that we had to change our approach. We switched to a Texas rigged beaver tail craw and fished wind-blown points that we had found pre fishing. One of our first bites on the craw was the 7.26 lb bass that was on a spot that we knew had good fish on it. The day really slowed down after that, we caught lots of 13.5 in. bass, but none over 14 until 20 min before weigh in. We ended the day with only 3 keepers in the well, but one of them being a kicker. Cameron and I were fortunate enough to win the tournament, but at the end of the day we need to give the glory to God and be thankful for the opportunity that he has given us. Thank you to Faith Angler Network for hosting the event and to all of our sponsors who make these amazing opportunities possible” Stated Parker Wagner
Parker and Cameron took home two beautiful trophies and Abu Garcia Vendetta casting rods with Abu Garcia Pro Max reels, PLUS the Kistler Big Bass Award for that beautiful 7.69 largemouth bass – Captain Todd Wagener won the Academy Captain Incentive award of a $50 Academy Gift Card and a Co-Branded FAN/Academy Magellan Fishing Shirt – GREAT JOB GUYS….
 
 
Braxton Worry and Cody Buerkle from Round Rock HS took second place honors with a 5 fish limit weighing 9.72 pounds

    

They each took home an Abu Garcia Pro Max Low Profile Casting Rod and Reel Combo and a second place trophy 

Coming in third from Magnolia West HS was the team of Aaron Batten and Trevor Don with 4 fish at 9.48 pounds


“We caught over 40 fish that day but the hard part was getting bigger fish. We started off the day fishing in a creek about half way in. Within the first couple of casts we immediately started to get blow ups. I was throwing a topwater popper with an Ardent Apex Tournament reel. The fish would come up schooling all around us, but what we found was that the bigger fish seemed to be hanging around the flood bushes in shallower water. We got our first three keepers by 8:30. Then after the topwater bite shut off it was a struggle. We kept catching fish on pretty much anything. I caught a few on the Gambler Lures Super Stud White Lightning. Then we started fishing floating marinas throwing slow sinking type baits. I was throwing a wacky work and my partner was using a weightless senko Texas rigged.  The fish would be suspended right under the floating pilings. That’s how we got our 4th keeper for the day. The type of marina docks that we were targeting were the old Styrofoam floating docks and the fish seemed to be attached to those more than other docks. Then we ended the day on a school of fish but they were all short fish coming from the school. And we wouldn’t have been able to fish this tournament if it wasn’t for Meeks Outboard Services. Our motor had a small oil leak and we took to those guys and they did a great job on working with us to get the boat back in time for the tournament.” Said Aaron. 
They each won a large Berkley PowerBait Tackle Bag and a pair of third place trophies

Tournament Stats
Total Teams: 62
Total Fish: 120 Ave.            Fish per Team: 1
Total Released: 117             Ave. Weight per Team: 3.66
Total Fish Weight: 223.47    Ave. Weight per Fish: 1.86

Wrapping up the top 10 teams:
4 Harrison Babbitt – Titus Hall –          LT               8.73
5 Casey Aubin – Daniel Cauley –        TBA           8.14
6 Ethan Bratton – Jacob Lambert –      RR           7.93  
7 Salvador Alanis – Marcelo Alanis –    LT            7.91  
8 Cameron Carter – Dawson Jones –   Magnolia 7.50
9 Hunter Amidon – Justin Andrade –     Bowie      7.26
10 Braeten Weyel – Tucker Weyel –     STBC       7.13

 
You can see all the results and photos in the tournament section HERE
 

This event would not be possible without the volunteers and staff that put everything together, from helping check in, set up, cook hotdogs, launch boats, park trucks, merchandising and getting it all back into the trailer. Thank you sincerely: Justin Rieger, Mary Anderson, Colt Anderson, Doug, Valerie and CJ Cruts, Jon Sigman, Stephanie Cook, John Hyndman, and the many others that jumped in to assist.

 

Captain Incentives and Awards

Captains are essential to the success of our High School Fishing program and we are honored to be able to recognize them with some great sponsor products and incentives.
 

Winning the Academy Sports and Outdoors Captain Drawing $50 gift card was Johnny Dueker

Winning the FAN/Academy Co-Branded Magellan Fishing Shirt was Steve Barbin 


 

Winning the Berkley Captain Drawing for a Berkley Power Battery Pack – $49.00 Value Pack  Lorne Itz

 

Winning the SuperNova Captain Drawing for a SuperNova Nav Kit – $89.00 Value was Steve Knowles

 
 
We would like to thank all of our 2016/17 Sponsors and Supporters and ask that you give them a chance to earn your business when the opportunity arises.

Faith Angler Network is a 501©3 non-profit organization serving the Central Texas Area with Youth Fishing Events/ Charity Events/ Military Supported and Awareness Events/ Professional Run Bass Tournaments

FAN High School Fishing Series Qualifier # 2 heads to Lake Travis

For Immediate Release
From:  Faith Angler Network
RE:  FAN High School Fishing Series
October 17,2016
Contact: info@faithanglernetwork.com

FAN High School Fishing Series Qualifier # 2 heads to Lake Travis 


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After a record breaking turnout for the season opener on Lake Buchanan the Lake Travis team of Parker Wagner and Cameron Reagan earned the win and are currently leading the the Berkley Select Angler race. Every qualifying event is critical for top finishes and points. Lake Travis leaves the door wide open to anyone and  one step closer to the Chase for the Champions with over $6,000 in scholarships and prizes.

Fall fishing in Central Texas has always been one of the best times of the years to catch fish and with its 18,622 surface acres at 100% full, Lake Travis is sure to produce lots of good bass and possibly set some records for some lucky student anglers.

Check out our video of Jones Brothers Park and what to expect Saturday morning HERE

Where-
Jones Brother Park
Lakeside Dr, Leander, TX 78645
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When-
Check in will start at 5:30am, there will be a boat safety check and we will release boats in numerical order at safe light
Weigh in will be at 2PM– You must be checked in at the check station on the beach by 2PM or will be counted late.

Who is eligible?
Registration is open to all 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students. The entry fee for each tournament is $40 a boat with no more than two team members and each team member must be a TBF Student Angler Federation (SAF) member. In addition to the one time FAN High School Fishing Series Membership of $10.00 per individual. Contestants must also have the signature of a parent or legal guardian in the provided space on the liability form.

How to Register

Must Register by October 26th

Registration deadline will be the Wednesday prior to the tournament via online registration only.  Late registrations will be accepted Saturday for complete teams only and will be added to bottom of the boat launch sequence. Please contact info@faithanglernetwork.com with any questions regarding registration

ALSO CHECK OUT THE HOW TO REGISTER VIDEO HERE

Register online HERE

FOR RULES AND REGULATIONS CLICK HERE

Top finishing anglers will win tournament quality prizes from Abu Garcia, Berkley, and Havoc, in addition to a big bass award provided by Kistler Rods. OVER $1200.00 in prizes

Captains will also be recognized with the Academy Captains Awards including a $50 Academy gift card plus an Academy Magellan Co-Branded Fishing Shirt plus drawing from Berkley and SuperNova

FAN HS Lake Buchanan Results

FAN HS Fishing Series sets a record with 60 teams participating at the season opener on Lake Buchanan in the 2016/17 Chase for the Champions.

CHECK OUT THE LAKE BUCHANAN WRAP ON FAN TV HERE

60 teams arrived at Llano County Park on a early warm and muggy Saturday Fall morning to put their strategies to the test and seek those important points and begin the Chase for the Championship with over $6000 in Scholarship funds and the coveted Berkley Anglers of the Year Award.
After the pre-launch prayer, national anthem and safety check the 120 anglers and their captains took off to put those strategies and test their skills on the recently filled Lake Buchanan reservoir.

Taking the win and the points in the first qualifier was the team of Parker Wagner and Cameron Reagan from Lake Travis High School with 13.84 pounds including the Kistler Big Bass at 7.69 pounds

“My dad and I had never fished on the lake before, so we decided that we should pre-fish the lake and get an understanding of how the lake looks and fishes. While pre-fishing we spent most of our time in the submerged timber and had an extremely hard time catching fish. We caught 2 fish in in 2 days’ of fishing on Lake Buchanan. Tournament day we understood that we needed to use the information that we had discovered while pre-fishing in order to have success. If they aren’t in deep trees, they might be in shallow rocks. Early morning we caught a keeper on a senko on a shallow flat of rocks. We knew we needed to turn this bite into some sort of pattern, so we continued to throw senkos on the flat and caught a few more fish. We had found a pattern, and used google images to find structure similar to what we had caught the fish on. After the senko bite slowed down, we switched to baby brush hogs and caught a few more fish on our pattern. Near the end of the tournament we had 4 small keepers in the live well and knew that we needed a bigger fish to have a chance to place. We went farther north up the lake and an hour and a half before the end of the day we were fortunate enough to set the hook into an 8 pound bass. This tournament I learned how to find and fish a pattern, the importance of learning a lake before fishing it, and that you never know when you can catch a big one. I would also like to take a moment to thank Faith Angler Network for hosting the event and all of our sponsors for making these events possible. Stated Parker Wagner

Parker and Cameron took home two beautiful trophies and Abu Garcia Vendetta casting rods with Abu Garcia Pro Max reels, PLUS the Kistler Big Bass Award for that beautiful 7.69 largemouth bass – Captain Todd Wagener won the Academy Captain Incentive award of a $50 Academy Gift Card and a Co-Branded FAN/Academy Magellan Fishing Shirt – GREAT JOB GUYS….

Earning the second place spot was the team of Tanner Patterson and Alex Cantrell from Bowie High School with a 11.15 pound limit

We started off in a cove throwing top waters and didn’t have much luck. We moved to an area with some rocks and switched to jigs. Tanner’s grandfather, our Captain – Bob Schernik – a resident of Lake Buchanan, knew of some areas on the lake and we moved around and threw some jigs later in the morning and that is when things started to happen. Tanner caught 4 fish, 2 of the largest ones, back to back. We saw a fish jumping and Alex was able to throw a spook on top of it and caught our fifth fish. We both just did what we know and love to do and gave it 110%. As freshman, we are happy with our finish and excited to be a part of the Faith Angler Network!   

They each took home an Abu Garcia Pro Max Low Profile Casting Rod and Reel Combo and a second place trophy

Coming in third also from Lake Travis HS was the team of Abbi Gass and Anna McDonough with a 5 fish limit weighing 9.13 pounds.

Saturday was a blast! Some of my main winning strategies would be practicing and pre-fishing and just getting the right mindset for the tournament throughout the week/weeks before it! Also before tournaments I pray and just give all the glory to God and that keeps me encouraged to try my best as well as keep a happy attitude whether I do good or bad! Also throughout the tournament if a technique doesn’t work I try and brainstorm with my uncle about more spots and baits and colors that might work to get some fish in the boat! —  I love you guys and the spirit y’all carry! It’s amazing to see the love all of you have for God and see y’all acting out and doing these tournaments for us through y’al’s faith! The tournaments are always so great and organized and all the people are so nice and encouraging! It’s so incredible and I’m happy to be a part of it! 

They each won a large Berkley PowerBait Tackle Bag and a pair of third place trophies.

TOURNAMENT STATS

Total Teams: 60
Total Fish: 87 Ave. Fish per Team: 1
Total Released: 82 94%         Ave. Weight per Team: 3.00
Total Fish Weight: 179.72    Ave. Weight per Fish: 2.07

Wrapping up the top 10 teams:
4 Eston Hamilton – Noah Biebelhausen      Lake Travis                  8.85
5 Aaron Batten – Trevor Don                       Magnolia                      7.84
6 Cameron Clouse – Clayton Green           Tightlines                      7.69
7 Dylan Sanchez -Tommy Butrym              STBC                           7.16
– Preston Pittman -Alex Chambers             Tightline                        7.16
9 Andrew Tijerina – Will Oliver                      RR                               6.63
10 Tyler Easley -Keller Munroe                    CenTex                        5.90

You can see all the results and photos in the tournament section HERE

This event would not be possible without the volunteers and staff that put everything together, from helping check in, set up, cook hotdogs, launch boats, park trucks, merchandising and getting it all back into the trailer. Thank you sincerely: Justin Rieger, Mary Anderson, Colt Anderson, Doug, Valerie and CJ Cruts, Jon Sigman, Stephanie Cook, Ruth Hale, Dave Denson and the many others that jumped in to assist.

Captain Incentives and Awards

Captains are essential to the success of our High School Fishing program and we are honored to be able to recognize them with some great sponsor products and incentives.

Winning the Academy Sports and Outdoors Captain Drawing $50 gift card was John White
Winning the FAN/Academy Co-Branded Magellan Fishing Shirt – Patrick Anderson

Winning the Berkley Captain Drawing for a Berkley Power Battery Pack – $49.00 Value Pack Army Bass Angler Efrem Dicochea


Winning the SuperNova Captain Drawing for a SuperNova Nav Kit – $89.00 Value was Steve Knowles

We would like to thank all of our 2016/17 Sponsors and Supporters and ask that you give them a chance to earn your business when the opportunity arises.

Faith Angler Network is a 501©3 non-profit organization serving the Central Texas Area with Youth Fishing Events/ Charity Events/ Military Supported and Awareness Events/ Professional Run Bass Tournaments