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PUT YOUR SCHOOL'S PRIDE ON THE LINE!

Here, you will be able to get news, information, updates, schedules, results, standings, rules and much, much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about the Scholastic Anglers Interscholastic Sport Fishing Program, the Scholastic Anglers Challenge, Scholastic Anglers Workshop Series, the Scholastic Anglers Tournament Series, the Scholastic Anglers Championship, and the all new Scholastic Anglers Championship Classic.  In addition, the official Scholastic Anglers Website will feature student-angler accomplishments and points of pride.

Please tour our website for the latest on organized interscholastic sport fishing at the school level for student-anglers in grades six (6) through twelve (12).  The 2017-2018 Scholastic Anglers Season will begin Thursday, September 21, 2017.  The initial Scholastic Anglers Workshop will layout information, guidelines, rules, and locations for the 2017-2018 Scholastic Anglers Challenge.  Subsequent Scholastic Anglers Workshops will be held on the third Thursday of each month throughout the school year at Boater's Marine, 1829 Williams Road, Monroe, NC 28110.  There will be a Scholastic Anglers Tournament Series Event during each of the six grading periods during the school year.  Due to weather conditions there are a few modifications.  The Scholastic Anglers Championship and Scholastic Anglers Classic is set for Saturday, June 2, 2018.  The 2017-2018 Scholastic Anglers Leader Board will be up-to-date and current revealing the most accurate standings to the best of our ability.  Any late breaking pertinent news such as inclimate weather, delays, changes, or newsbreakers will be displayed here.

There is not a designated season for interscholastic sport fishing.  The Scholastic Anglers Challenge and Scholastic Anglers Season runs throughout the entire academic year.  Now is a great time to join in as we offer student-anglers in our schools an opportunity of education and competition other than traditional sports and athletics.  Scholastic Anglers is where schools form sport fishing teams, doing something that keeps them positively involved with something at their school. Student-anglers compete both as an individual and as a school team.  Points are earned for the Scholastic Anglers Challenge through catching, photographing, releasing, and entering fish, school meeting/practice attendance, Scholastic Anglers Workshop Series attendance, Scholastic Anglers Tournament Series participation, and school-specific team meeting/practice attendance. Throughout the 2017-2018 school year and Scholastic Anglers Season, there will be multiple opportunities for student-anglers to earn extra-credit bonus points.  Every fishing related accomplishment counts...and every point is valuable!!!

As more schools adopt interscholastic sport fishing as a sport, school spirit, school pride, new rivalries and long lasting traditions transcend into a whole new realm.  Scholastic Anglers also attracts student-anglers who might not otherwise be involved in traditional sports and athletics, while parents can now cheer at a school event.  Up for grabs is the Scholastic Anglers School Of The Year, the Scholastic Angler Of The Year, the Scholastic Anglers Elite Eight, and the Scholastic Anglers Classic which will be held on Saturday, June 2, 2018.

The benefits of the Scholastic Anglers Program is far reaching, not only in the sport of fishing, but the academic realm as well:  the sciences, mathematics, social studies, reading, writing, and water/boating/sun safety. Scholastic Anglers places a tremendous focus and emphasizes the Content Area of Character Education.  In addition, new rivalries are developed, long lasting traditions are created, the opportunity to meet new friends, enjoy great outdoor competition, with lots of fantastic prizes, awards, recognition, honors, and trophies.  Now, looks like a great day to Put Your School's Pride On The Line!  The forecast looks like a great time and opportunity to participate in a new school sport!  

 

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For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com

 

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Drew M., of Metrolina Christian Academy; and Jordan G., of Central...
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Connor C., of Metrolina Christian Academy Fishing, is new to interscholastic...
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Cade S., and Jacob P., both of Central Academy Fishing, are individuals and...
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Nathan R., of Union Academy Fishing, proudly displays his well defined...
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Jordan G., of Central Academy Fishing, has the skills and talents...
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Jack J., of Union Academy Fishing, is committed, consistent, and...
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Miles M., of Mint Hill Fishing, has taken the weight of the school...
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05/22/2019
Brenden G., of Central Academy Fishing, proudly displays one of his...
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Drew M., of Metrolina Christian Academy Fishing, showcases his skillset...
 
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Drew M., of Metrolina Christian Academy; and Jordan G., of Central Academy:  prove to be a testament to the traditon of rivalries, commaraderie, mutual respect, sportsmanship, and friends that form between student-anglers oftentimes from the least likely of places.  Drew and Jordan alike obviously have  skillset, talent level, and the abilities that are required to be a successful student-angler.  However, there is one additional element yet to be mentioned in regard to Drew and Jordan, Each of these student-anglers know about, are aware of, and showcase their skills and talents at the next level, and the next, and the next.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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Connor C., of Metrolina Christian Academy Fishing, is new to interscholastic sport fishing but by no means is he new to bass fishing in general.  Connor has the character of a seasoned student-angler.  When the stakes are high, he always brings his A Game.  As can be seen in the above photograph, Connor is a predator of an angler.  Anything smaller than he, is all fair game as he is the hunter and bass are the hunted.  Connor is a multisport athlete and has limited time for fishing.  With that limited time, he uses his time wisely and is extrememly effieient.  He covers a lot of water in a little amount of time.  He does not spend much time seeking out a lurking fish.  If he does not catch it and bring it to the scales, Connor is off to the next space and has moved on to the next bass along the way.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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Cade S., and Jacob P., both of Central Academy Fishing, are individuals and rivals all at the same time.  Most importantly, Cade and Jacob are friends.  They have continued to come out to enjoy the commaraderie between schools, individuals, and families.  All at the same time, combined with intense concentration, focus, and competition with a touch of mutual respect for one another.  As can be seen in the above photograph, Cade and Jacob have been using a veritey of lures.  However, it is evident that there is something different to trigger a strike.  A different lure, a different color choice, a variance in retrieval speed, depth in the water column, or lure presentation.  In this case, one brings in a bass the other a crappie.  Another day in the life of a student-angler; go figure.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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Nathan R., of Union Academy Fishing, proudly displays his well defined bass caught and brought to the scales.  Though the bass is lacking in size quality, it is not lacking in definition.  Regardless, Nathan stated that he saw this fish and threw a gamut of lures at it to entice it to bite.  A reaction strike, a hunger strike, or an anger strike is what he had mentally narrowed down to.  Once he established his frame of mind combined that with his skillset and abilities, Nathan was able to figure out how the fish would react to a variety of lures.  Once all of his original options were exhausted his only option was to go cast them again just change the speed of his retrieval.  His closing out of this catch was to slow down his lure presentation.  Once he added up all of the elements and considerations, Nathan was able to combine all of his talents to land the critter.  For additional information please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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Jordan G., of Central Academy Fishing, has the skills and talents to stand toe-to-toe with the best of the best as well.  Jordan G. has picked up on a craft, refined his abilities, and is now able to bring bass to the scales for nearly each and every tournament event.  Yes, Jordan is the twin brother of Brenden G.  As they say, the apple does not fall far from the tree.  And, where one lies, sometimes there is another right alongside of it.  As seen in the photograph above, Jordan is starting to get in a rhythm of targeting and bringing larger bass to the scales.  One can almost see that he is starting to become a little photogenic with his fish posing.  Should Jordan G. get much better; he may just become a tad bit intimidating.  Yes, he has become that good.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com  


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Jack J., of Union Academy Fishing, is committed, consistent, and competitive when it comes to interscholastic sport fishing education and competition.  When it comes down to learning from the best, he is a sponge; absorbing every refined aspect of fishing he can pick up on to become a better student-angler.  As can be seen in the above photograph, Jack is well on his way to catching and bringing quality bass to the scales during each and every event.  He has the skillset and talent to catch these fish in numbers, which are typically smaller in stature or catch them as quality bass.  Either way, Jack can and will manage to hold his own no matter what the conditions.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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Miles M., of Mint Hill Fishing, has taken the weight of the school he represents, and landed Mint Hill Fishing on the map of interscholastic sport fishing education and competition.  His goal has become that of a pioneer, a definite sign of a future entrepeneur, as he has already proven himself as a true, genuine, and well groomed leader.  As can be seen in the above photograph, this is one of his nicer bass of the day, but he also has the ability to put bass up on the leader board in numbers no matter what size as long as they are scoreable bass.  Miles, posseses the ability to find out what these bass are looking for and can tempt them into a feeding frenzy.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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Brenden G., of Central Academy Fishing, proudly displays one of his nicer bass over the years during the final regular season Scholastic Anglers Tournement Series.  For the most part, Brenden, is honed in, locked, and loaded on bass of any size so long as they are scoreable.  He, goes after quantity rather than quality.  By no means does that mean that Brenden cannot locate, catch, and bring big bass to the scales at anytime.  He is simply methodical in his approach to bringing as many bass he can possibly manage to the scales during each and every interscholatic sport fishing event.  Like, a multitude of other student-anglers, Brenden G. knows exactly what he is doing, how to adapt to changing conditions, and simply a natural.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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Drew M., of Metrolina Christian Academy Fishing, showcases his skillset and uncanny ability to locate, find, figure out, and entice BIG bass to bite.  His patience, persistence, and perseverence are well grounded, deeply rooted, and focused, on the physical, emotional, social, and mental aspects of interscholastic sport fishing education and competition.  In other words, Drew M. knows his craft, can, and will hang with the best of the best one way or another.  His bass may not come in quantity, of which he could definitely manage, as can be seen in the above photograph, Drew's quality of bass is well recognized.  For additional information, please contact 704-315-7071 or stay tuned to www.scholasticanglers.com


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ATTENTION SCHOOLS, TEACHERS, PARENTS, AND SCHOLASTIC ANGLERS!!!

IT IS THAT TIME OF YEAR ONCE AGAIN.  THE START OF THE 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR IS HERE. ONCE THE INITIAL DAYS ARE SETTLED, THE 2018-2019 WILL FALL IN LINE NEXT.  THE SCHOLASTIC ANGLERS PROGRAM IS AN OPEN INVITATION TO ANY STUDENT ENROLLED IN ANY SCHOOL AND IN THE SIXTH THROUGH THE TWELFTH GRADE.  ONE STUDENT-ANGLER CAN REPRESENT A SCHOOL FISHING TEAM WITH NO MAXIMUMS. EACH SCHOOL TEAM WILL NEED A REPRESENTATIVE TO KEEP A RUNNING TALLY OF EACH INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL TEAM AS WELL AS EACH INDIVIDUAL STUDENT-ANGLER.

IF YOU NEED HELP ON HOW TO START A SCHOOL FISHING TEAM PLEASE FEEL TO ASK.  THERE ARE ALSO RESOURCES ON THE OFFICIAL SCHOLASTIC ANGLERS WEBSITE ON HOW TO START A SCHOOL FISHING TEAM.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT 704-315-7071 OR STAY TUNED TO WWW.SCHOLASTICANGLERS.COM

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LEADER BOARD

2018-2019 LOVE PLUMBING AND AIR CONDITIONING SCHOLASTIC ANGLERS CHALLENGE STANDINGS AS OF , WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019:

 

Andrew Bujak

Union Academy

 

50290

Trevor Wilson

Aborbrook Christian Acad.

 

20566

Megan O'Neill

Central Academy

 

10207

Dalton Eury

Aborbrook Christian Acad.

 

9175

Sydney Wilson

Aborbrook Christian Acad.

 

4329

Jordan Gonzalez

Central Academy

 

3800

Brenden Gonzalez

Central Academy

 

3456

Cade Stegall

Union Academy

 

3375

Nathan Rushing

Union Academy

 

3096

Ava Rushing

CA

 

2894

Zach Ferguson

Metrolina Christian Acad.

 

2479

Drew Mirek

Metrolina Christian Acad.

 

1900

Wyatt Bricken

Metrolina Christian Acad.

 

1600

Christian Lennard

Union Academy

 

1475

Mia Rorie

Metrolina Christian Acad.

 

1425

Nolan Rorie

Metrolina Christian Acad.

 

1200

Miles Morrison

Mint Hill School

 

1075

Brandon Paulson

Aborbrook Christian Acad.

 

1002

Matthew Zazeski

Union Academy

 

950

Connor Charity

Metrolina Christian Acad.

 

950

Gavin Keziah

Union Academy

 

910

Jacob Phillips

Central Academy

 

750

Carson Schmidt

Sun Valley

 

700

Daniel Karcha

Union County Early College

 

625

Anderson St. Claire

Union Academy

 

600

Kaitlyn Zazeski

Union Academy

 

600

Silas Dobbins

Solid Rock Academy

 

525

Megan

Porter Ridge

 

500

Will Jenkins

Metrolina Christian Acad.

 

425

Eric Conrad

Christ Christian Academy

 

385

Jack Jones

Union Academy

 

354

Lucas Bunn

Union Academy

 

350

Cooper Harrison

Union Academy

 

325

Dalton Wunder

Union Academy

 

325

Andrew Conrad

Christ Christian Academy

 

300

John Lewis

Piedmont

 

250

Patrick Baker

Union Academy

 

225

Jaxon Laney

Union Academy

 

200

Lillian Mundy

Union Academy

 

100

Colsen Frank

Union Academy

 

50

 

 

 

2018-2019 LOVE PLUMBING AND AIR CONDITIONING SCHOLASTIC ANGLERS SCHOOL OF THE YEAR STANDINGS AS OF WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019:

 

1......UNION ACADEMY FISHING....50290

2.ARBORBROOK CHRISTIAN FISH.35597

3.........Central Academy Fishing........21707

4...Metrolina Christian Acad. Fishing..9979

5................Mint Hill Schools...............1275

6.....Cornerstone Academy Fishing....1170

7................Sun Valley Fishing............900

7...............UC Early College...............825

10...............Porter Ridge Fishing.........500

11.............PIEDMONT FISHING....;......250

 

 

2018-2019 LOVE PLUMBING AND AIR CONDITIONING SCHOLASTIC ANGLERS ELITE EIGHT STANDINGS AS OF WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019:

 

Andrew Bujak

Union Academy

 

50290

Trevor Wilson

Aborbrook Christian Acad.

 

20566

Megan O'Neill

Central Academy

 

10207

Dalton Eury

Aborbrook Christian Acad.

 

9175

Sydney Wilson

Aborbrook Christian Acad.

 

4329

Jordan Gonzalez

Central Academy

 

3800

Brenden Gonzalez

Central Academy

 

3456

Cade Stegall

Union Academy

 

3375

 

2019 LOVE PLUMBING AND AIR CONDITIONING SCHOLASTIC ANGLER OF THE YEAR:

 

 

2019 LOVE PLUMBING AND AIR CONDITIONING SCHOLASTIC ANGLERS CLASSIC CHAMPION:

 

 

 

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