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Truck Raffle Winner

Posted by on June 15, 2015

We want to announce the winner of the 2014 Ford F150 Truck is Leon Holt of Oldfield, Mo. Congratulations to you. 

2015 Teen Anglers Championship Final

Posted by on June 14, 2015

The 2015 Teen Anglers Championship was awesome. We had an exceptional boat field with almost everyone catching fish. We received several comments of thanks and appreciation. Thank You. We couldn't have done this without the help of all our sponsors, fishing advisers, volunteer boaters, students and parents.

I have posted a temporary results page. I will update it in the coming days.  

Championship is almost here

Posted by on June 2, 2015

Teen Anglers will hold it's first Teen Anglers Championship on Stockton Lake on June 13th & 14th, 2015. After three tournament events leading up to this championship we have 91 teams that are qualified to attend. Please download and send registrations via e-mail to teenanglers2014@gmail.com

We are planning a Friday night Banquet at Stockton Lake on June 12, 2015. Food will be provided for all in attendance, however, we will charge the family members and guest a small amount. Details will be announced soon. We will have awards and giveaways, vendor booths with information, etc. We will have a tournament brief and explanation of tournament weigh in procedures. 


Kimberling City, Mo.—Republic High School continued its domination of Missouri high school bass tournaments with another victory in the Teen Anglers circuit season finale May 16 at Table Rock Lake.

Republic’s Brandon Durr and Hunter Gill teamed up to top a 94-boat field with a five-fish limit weighing 12.33 pounds.  The same two anglers won the Missouri High School Fall Classic Bass Tournament at Lake of the Ozarks last October and were instrumental in helping Republic win the 2014 Bass Pro Shops Open Championship of High School Fishing at Table Rock.  A Republic team of Gerald Snook and Josh Perkins also won the previous Teen Anglers event April 11 at Stockton Lake. 

Table Rock Tournament Changes

Posted by on May 14, 2015

Attention Teen Anglers, Fishing Advisers, Staff, and Parents.

The Corp of Engineers has changed our plans tremendously. We were scheduled to launch and weigh in at Mill Creek Ramp. However, as of May 15th the park reduces the amount of boats that can utilize the ramp to 60. There is another tournament that was scheduled before ours and they will only allow us to have 35 boats launch from Mill Creek. They were also going to charge $3.00 per vehicle coming to the weigh-in.