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2013 - NH Bass Nation
This page was last updated: September 19, 2016

The B.A.S.S. High School Nation is a new program that will help shape the future of the sport, one high school club at a time. The High School clubs will enjoy camaraderie and competition, as well as education and conservation programs.

As part of the B.A.S.S. High School Nation, young anglers can compete in the B.A.S.S. High School Nation Open and in the B.A.S.S. High School Nation Championship, the first of which will be held in 2014. Teen anglers can also attend the High School Elite Experience, a free opportunity for anglers who live near certain Bassmaster Elite Series tour stops.
Qualifying Tournament Results
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Championship Tourney Results 
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Do you have questions about high school bass fishing?
Click the links on the BASS Nation High School webpage for more information about High School Bass Fishing 
Get additional high school fishing information by clicking this link. 
Still have questions??? 
Contact John Foster at or Ray Meyer at  
2013 Results
Video - Inaugural NHIAA Championship Event

Consider affiliating your High School with the 
New Hampshire Bass Nation
Contact John Foster or Ray Meyer to learn more about the benefits of affiliation.
Schools currently affiliated:
 Bishop Brady;  Kearsarge; John Stark; Nashua North; Sunapee
Check this out!.
Representing NH at the 
2014 Bassmaster Championship
Wyatt Stockman & Cody Symonds.
Connor Farrington & Cam Sterritt
Orientation day at the National Championship
Connor & Cam getting it done on Day 2 at the National Championship on Kentucky Lake in Tennessee. These boys finished in 2nd place out of 60 teams in the elimination round. at the Championship. Impressive!!!!