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High School State Championship

High School State Championship Tournament

August 24-25 - Two Day Event
Le HOmme Dieu Chain of Lakes

 

Arrowwood Resort will be the Tournament Headquarters

 


Le Homme Dieu Chain of Lakes located near Alexandria, Minnesota

Minnesota Junior B.A.S.S. Nation High School Championship

The Minnesota Junior B.A.S.S. Nation High School Championship qualifies high school teams to advance to the National Championship in 2020! 

This year's event will be a two day tournament in Alexandria, Minnesota on the Le Homme Dieu Chain of Lakes.

Our center site of activity will be the Arrowwood Resort located on Lake Darling.

Official Final Results


Our 2019 Minnesota High School State Championship has concluded. Here are the official final results:

RANK Total Weight Biggest Bass High School Angler 1 Angler 2
1 28.76 3.68 Grand Rapids Dumke Fothergill
2 27.33 4.75 Rogers Adair Brecht
3 27.06 3.73 Elk River Bassers Knudson Quaid
4 26.93 3.85 Lake Crystal Anderson Theissen
5 26.43 3.53 Grand Rapids Huntley Ritter
6 25.90 3.84 Hutchinson Fumagalli Karg
7 25.57 3.33 Lakeville Glenn Gorman
8 25.53 3.18 Lakeville McMurry Vandenbusch
9 25.48 3.88 Hutchinson Drape Pink
10 25.42 4.09 Forest Lake Krueger Linder
11 25.36 3.54 Rosemount Boerboom Hoover
12 23.71 3.28 Centennial DeVries Reilly
13 23.12 3.43 Osseo Betker Sinclair
14 23.11 3.16 Lake Crystal Langsjoen Schuch
15 23.05 2.95 Holy Family Blood O'Donnell
16 23.04 3.32 Eveleth-Gilbert Jarvi Schlotec
17 22.78 2.80 Northwestern Mazur Nelson
18 22.65 2.56 Forest Lake Borsheim Deeb
19 22.26 3.66 Rosemount Groves Loranger
20 22.22 2.91 White Bear Lake Gieske Wickstrom
21 22.14 3.61 Hutchinson McGraw Weseloh
22 22.10 3.29 Chisago Lakes Bird Tyler Leibel
23 21.96 3.07 Prior Lake Bloch Huitt
24 21.87 3.55 Centennial Bettinger Cayford
25 21.85 3.27 Worthington Ahrenstorff Holt
26 21.78 2.55 Hopkins Behn Pullen
27 21.51 3.12 Hopkins Olson Reece
28 21.48 3.69 Spring Lake Park Suchy Ullman
29 21.48 3.23 Sartell Edeburn Miller
30 21.35 2.57 Elk River Asbeck Bassett
31 21.33 3.96 Farmington Schneider Watt
32 21.25 3.34 Elk River McCurdy Olsby
33 21.09 3.09 Rogers Stolba Hines
34 20.57 3.19 Forest Lake Andersen Bump
35 20.46 2.35 Howard Lake Kosek Tuttle
36 20.17 3.44 Northfield Anderson Kuyper
37 20.12 2.95 Lake Crystal Hodgkins ludeman
38 20.08 3.50 Farmington Olson Woestehoff
39 20.03 3.04 Chaska Muilenburg Sussner
40 19.85 2.87 Heritage Christian Abbott Kappel
41 19.71 4.01 Chaska Bushey Horn
42 19.60 2.85 Waconia Foley Pufahl
43 19.60 2.74 Hopkins Greeley Landerschior
44 19.47 2.80 Spring Lake Park Poppe Ullman
45 19.43 2.49 Prior Lake Reed Zehnder
46 19.34 2.88 White Bear Lake Legrand Mcwilliams
47 19.19 3.56 Chisago Lakes Eickman Grilz
48 18.81 3.30 Lake Crystal Ludeman VII Schellpeper
49 18.65 2.81 Chisago Lakes Johnson Klun
50 18.44 2.47 Hutchinson Guetter Hahn
51 18.32 2.48 Heritage Christian Erickson Lienes
52 17.79 3.18 Spring Lake Park Ostenson Payne
53 17.79 2.40 Holy Family Pearson Rice
54 17.75 2.60 Northwestern Benes Nelson
55 17.37 2.89 Wrenshall Bergman Blankenship
56 17.24 2.30 Prior lake Bartusek Miller
57 17.21 3.04 Sartell Legatt Smith
58 16.92 2.49 Prior Lake Aspelin Brezen
59 16.88 3.17 Prior Lake Shultz Speltz
60 16.21 2.41 Farmington Hinrichs Marsh
61 16.04 3.43 Farmington Kadrlik Rouleau
62 16.03 1.90 North Woods Clines Panichi
63 15.90 2.98 St. Peter Hanson Kennedy
64 15.51 2.53 Farmington Leland VanWinkle
65 15.34 2.96 Waterville Bohlen Goettlicher
66 14.70 2.35 Chisago Lakes Meyers Nelson
67 14.62 3.18 Anoka Morgan Shoop
68 14.05 3.17 Prior Lake Abbott Pickett
69 13.98 2.21 Rogers Olson Sommerstad
70 13.68 3.32 Hutchinson McGraw Rickertsen
71 13.59 2.21 Sartell Danielson Musech
72 12.88 2.93 Prior Lake Miller Newlin
73 12.68 2.60 White Bear Lake Thilmany Thilmany
74 12.60 3.20 Grand Rapids Grotjohn Reiser
75 12.52 1.53 Northfield Halls Will
76 12.06 3.21 Lake Crystal Beinke Farrell
77 11.99 2.45 Hutchinson Portele Schmidt
78 11.96 2.06 Spring Lake Park Elleson Wein
79 10.83 2.41 Elk River Schmitt Stennes
80 10.82 3.28 Heritage Christian Johnson vieceli
81 10.44 3.00 Northfield murphy SEELEY
82 10.42 1.99 Bloomington Goedderz Praska
83 10.41 1.91 Rogers Derr Strombeck
84 9.75 2.10 Chisago lakes Nord Walden
85 9.54 2.56 Anoka Bruneau Huether
86 9.42 3.14 Wrenshall Ankrum Sjodin
87 9.14 1.46 Northfield Larson Roethler
88 8.71 1.73 Osseo Lewis Sawicky
89 8.48 2.70 Forest Lake Hagen Neururer
90 8.48 2.11 Hutchinson Dodge maki
91 8.29 2.55 Northwestern Gustafson Walsh
92 7.96 2.02 Hopkins Martodam Seeys
93 7.10 2.50 Centennial koza Shepardson
94 7.02 1.86 White Bear lake Hunter Magnuson
95 6.64 3.82 Rogers Kuemper Snow
96 5.39 1.79 Forest Lake Hause Pleski
97 4.61 1.70 Duluth Lebsack Wells
98 3.91 2.11 Northfield Sexton Noetzel
99 3.48 1.29 Grand Rapids Wilson Wilson
100 2.85 1.77 Sartell Dauw Smallbrock
101 1.02 1.02 Hutchinson Anderson Longie
102 0.00 0.00 Centennial Gerten Kissick

Tournament Information

Off-Limits

  • There will be no off limits period for the tournament waters leading up to the event

  • All safely navigable waters of the chain are available to fish

  • ALL boats must be off tournament waters by 4:00 P.M. the 23rd of August 2019. Boats using rental slips must be docked!

Pre-Fishing

  • You may pre-fish with anglers that you are not fishing with in the tournament

  • You may not use an individual who guides for pay on the chain of lakes.

  • You may not pre-fish with live bait

  • ALL B.A.S.S. tournament day rules will be followed during pre-fishing specifically safety (life jackets, navigation) and sportsmanship (courtesy, behavior) rules . Violations of tournament rules while pre-fishing may result in tournament disqualification

Tournament Reminders

  • 5 fish limits

  • 12” minimum

  • If you bring six fish to the scales. You will lose your two heaviest fish and will have all other penalties if any, considered for all six fish.

  • All other penalties of short fish, late return, etc remain in effect. All sportsmanship behavior expectations also remain in effect. Reference below at bottom of page.

  • Life jackets - B.A.S.S. rules state that ALL competitors including boat captains will wear life jackets, be seated, with their feet on the floor, at all time when the internal combustion engine is running and in gear. B.A.S.S. rules state, anglers less than 14 years old must wear life jackets at all times. To wear an inflatable, you must be at least 16 yrs. old and weigh at least 80 lbs. If you wear an inflatable life jacket, it must be worn at all times.

  • One member of each team must be at the pre-tournament meeting. The boat captain can be used as that member. If there is an issue due to a school event. Contact the State Youth Director for instructions 612-965-9523.

Pre – Tournament Dinner

The 2019 State Tournament dinner will be held at the Arrowwood Resort. At this time we are looking at a Pizza/Salad bar buffet. The cost will be $10.00 per individual. The dinner will be limited to Anglers, Captains, and School coaches due to space limitations. There will be a place on the registration form to indicate you are planning on attending the dinner.

National Tournament Qualification

The Minnesota Junior B.A.S.S. Nation High School State Tournament will automatically qualify the Champion and Runner-Up team for the 2020 B.A.S.S. High School National Championship. If either team cannot attend the National Championship, their position will not be substituted by another Minnesota team. There may be additional teams granted to Minnesota from B.A.S.S. at a later date.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

8/1/2019 – 08/18/2018

Registration details were sent to invitees through SportsEngine message. Please check your email and/or your SportsEngine Profile to locate the invitation.

Email mnjuniorbassnation@gmail.com if you are unable to locate the invitation.

ENTRY

Must qualify through Conference Opens or Coach Wildcard

FORMAT

Two Day Event

Tournament Rules for High School

Who enforces the rules?

All anglers, boat captains, coaches and commissioners are in control of enforcing the rules.

Please report any witnessed violations to the boat captain or coach who will then report them to the Conference Commissioner in charge of the event.