So what is the North Louisiana High School Fishing League?
The North Louisiana High School Fishing League is the fastest growing fishing trail in Louisiana. We usually host 6 events per year with a growing number of participants in each one. Our first season we had 42 teams and fished 6 tournaments. The second season we had 106 teams, representing 12 high schools, show up to our first event. In 2018 our league averaged 105 teams over 6 events to set an outstanding growth pace.
We have created the foundation for young anglers to be successful in the sport of bass fishing by hosting competitive bass fishing tournaments for high school and middle school students. With the help of sponsors, parents, and our coaches and captains, we are the premiere high school fishing league in the state of Louisiana and region!
The North Louisiana High School Fishing League is developing character and sportsmanship in our high school youth through fishing and giving back to the community. We require all anglers to become members of The Bass Federation’s (TBF) Student Angler Federation School (SAF) club program.
As a not-for-profit organization, all money raised is given back for each event. All workers are on a volunteer basis. None of the staff is paid through our organization. To generate funds we rely on corporate and local sponsors, membership fees, and donations to cover operating expenses, equipment, and prizes to the student anglers.