TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL
BASS ASSOCIATION

NEWS RELEASES

Lake Ray Hubbard Winners NTX

On a very tough day where there were only 74 fish weighed in out of a 185 boat field, JJ Quon and Ty Queen found the spot within the spot and were able to sack up almost 15 pounds of Ray Hubbard bass.  The morning began scratching heads as the anglers were unable to catch any fish in the same spot where they located them during prefishing so the decision to go shallower or deeper needed to be made.  As it turned out, the fish were still there, and the only change was to go just a bit deeper.  The anglers started catching them right away and were able to fill their limit by 8:30am.  They continued to work the same area trying to upgrade but nothing seemed to change except the bite went away.  Now it was time to make another decision, stay and grind or find something else similar.  They decided to try another area similar with the same pattern and found some larger fish.  Two culls later, the boys found themselves going a couple of hours without another bite, one bait change later, they hooked up a 4+ and two 3 pounders in the last hour of the tournament to help them seal the win.

 

The team of  TY Queen - Jason Quon from Prosper won with 14.94. 

It is the goal of the Texas High School Bass Association to provide a venue where high school students have the opportunity to compete in organized tournaments while establishing strict guide lines and academic standards that will allow our student anglers to excel in the class room and on the lake.