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TBF Traveling Tournament Trail
Registration COMING SOON!
AUGUST 2024

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The Bass Federation (TBF)
Student Angler Federation (SAF)


Qualify to fish The 16th Annual High School Fishing World Finals and National Championship LAKE and DATE TBD 2025. 
 

REGISTRATION COMING SOON!!



              NEW ANGLER NIGHT VIDEO



 

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:

  • Please review the schedule and dates before you sign up!

    • 2024-2025 TBF Tournament Schedule (all 2025 dates are permit pending):

      • ROOSEVELT LAKE- SEPT 22ND, 2024 SWCT

      • LAKE PLEASANT- OCT 27TH, 2024 SWCT

      • BARTLETT LAKE- NOV 17TH, 2024 SWCT

      • ALAMO LAKE- FEB 2ND, 2025 SWCT

      • ROOSEVELT LAKE- MAR 9TH, 2025 LTF

      • ROOSEVELT LAKE-APRIL 6TH, 2025 LTF 

      • HIGH SCHOOL CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP & TBF HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP LAKE HAVASU- APRIL DATE TBD

 

TBF- HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENT TRAIL ENTRY 

  • Junior Teams (2nd grade- 8th grade)

    • ​Graduating 2023 8th graders must register as a high school member

  • High School Teams (9th grade-12th grade)

    • High School Eligibility:  Participation is open to all ninth, 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade high school students. Participation by one (1) seventh or eighth-grade student per team is permitted. One member of each team must have completed the 8th grade but not yet started the first semester in their freshman year of college. Additionally, in no case may a student angler compete that has graduated from high school more than 7 months. PER TBF RULES

      $210 Tournament Entry
                  +
      $25 TBF Membership
                =
      TOTAL: $235 per angler

  • 6 TBF + 1 CLUB/STATE CHAMPIONSHIP= 7 TOTAL Tournaments, qualify for TBF HS NATIONAL Championship

  • To compete for the CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP AMBASSADOR PRIZE, you must have completed your community service points.

  • Qualification for TBF HS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

    • Qualification for the TBF High School National Championship requires completing community service points and achieving the title of Angler of the Year.

  • REGISTRATION/ENTRY IS DUE BY SEPT 6TH TO FISH THE FIRST TOURNAMENT

 

BASIC TOURNAMENT INFORMATION:

  • TBF rules and regulations can be found on the TBF website.

  • Specific off-limit areas will be announced at check-in or contact the tournament director for any questions

  • No lunch will be provided

  • No Stage – NO Release Boat- Individual Fish Release by Teams after weigh-in.

  • Tournament Information:

    • Morning Check-in is 5:30 am/6:30 am (depending on safelight)

    • Weigh-in is 2:00 pm for High School

  • 5 fish limit, team weight

  • Boat numbers will be posted on Facebook and emailed out by Saturday, the day before the tournament.

    • If, for some reason, you cannot attend due to a family emergency/sickness, we ask that you email or call to let us know that you will not be attending.

  • THE RULE OF 3: We are always required to have 3 people on a boat; this may be two anglers and a boat captain or one angler with an observer and a boat captain. There is no exception to this rule. Even if it is a parent as the boat captain and their child as the angler, an observer must be on the boat. Observers may be another parent within the club, the angler’s parent/guardian, grandparent, sibling, volunteer, etc. as long as there are 3 people on each boat. 
    Federal Safe Sports Act, there MUST be 3 people in each boat. NO exceptions.

  • Boater Safety:

    • Boat Captains need to be over the age of 21
      Captains are not allowed to be a guide unless they are a parent of one of the anglers.

    • TBF Anglers are NOT permitted to operate the main engine or drive the boat. Per TBF Rules

  • Life Vest must be on and secure whenever the combustion engine is on, with no exceptions! All Children 12 years of age and younger must wear a USCG- approved wearable life jacket while underway on any vessel, its the LAW!

  • At any other time, the combustion engine is on, the Boat Captain must be seated and in full control of the vessel.

 

HIGH SCHOOL JERSEY INFORMATION:

We encourage all anglers to wear an ARIZONA HIGH SCHOOL BASSMASTERS jersey to help us easily identify our club on the water, during check-in, and at the weigh-in. While wearing the jersey is not required, it would greatly assist us in organization and recognition.

    • To order a TBF jersey for $65 and/or a $75 hoody, click the "JERSEY STORE" button below! The blue jersey is for our high school anglers with the Arizona High School Bassmasters logo. You may order your own custom-designed jersey with your own sponsors. However, you must have the AZHSB logo and TBF logo on the jersey.  TIP: Order your jersey 4 to 6 weeks before the first tournament to allow production and shipping time. The Jersey Store link is coming soon! ​​

  • CLUB STORE: Represent AZHSB! To order club fundraising merchandise, click the "CLUB STORE" button below! STORE COMING SOON!

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REGISTRATION IS COMING SOON!!

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