OHS fishing team qualifies for nationals

Posted 6/15/21

On June 12 and 13, the Florida Bass Nation High School/Junior series held its State Championship on Lake Okeechobee.

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OHS fishing team qualifies for nationals

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OKEECHOBEE — On June 12 and 13, the Florida Bass Nation High School/Junior series held its State Championship on Lake Okeechobee.  Josh King and Hunter Daniels qualified for nationals with a little over 30 pounds of weight for their two-day total. The team of Trent Nelson and Latt Durrance had already punched their ticket to nationals by winning the Southern Region. Both teams will travel to Dayton, Tennessee to compete in a 250 boat field for the National Championship. Pictured are each of the team members with their captains Rafe Durrance and Capp Williams.

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