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FLW High School Fishing Summer Camp

FLW High School Fishing Summer Camp

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The Costa FLW High School Fishing Summer Camp is the ultimate camp for serious high school anglers, their parents, boat captains and coaches. Held on the beautiful Murray State University campus with daily activities on the South’s Great Lake – Kentucky Lake, this is one camp you don’t want to miss. Students will receive instruction from top professionals and industry executives to take their fishing and fishing-career readiness to the next level. Adults have the option to drop off their students or stay throughout the camp and participate in special panel discussions aimed at identifying best practices to give your High School Fishing team the edge it needs to thrive. Camp starts Wednesday, July 18 and concludes Friday, July 20.

All campers are invited to stay over and fish the FLW Foundation #MarshallStrong tournament benefiting victims of the Jan. 23, 2018, shooting at Marshall County High School. The tournament will be held Saturday, July 21 on Kentucky Lake. Two lucky campers will be selected to fish the tournament with FLW Tour pros Scott Martin and Andy Morgan in a head-to-head matchup during the tournament. The winner will take home the Costa FLW High School Fishing Cup. Don’t miss this opportunity to lend a helping hand while applying all the skills learned at camp.  

Printable Details and Schedule

 

Important dates

Registration:

January 15 – June 30

Camp:

July 18-20 (Wednesday, Thursday & Friday)

Tournament:

July 21 (Saturday)

 

Camp Fees 

Student (9th-12th grade only):

$250 each

Adult:

$250 each + $50 if private room request

 

FLW Foundation #MarshallStrong Tournament

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The FLW Foundation #MarshallStrong tournament is open to all teams, not just participants in the Costa FLW High School Fishing Summer Camp. It promises to be a fun event benefiting victims of the Jan. 23, 2018, shooting at Marshall County High School. The tournament will be held Saturday, July 21 on Kentucky Lake out of Kentucky Dam Marina. The pretournament meeting will be held Friday, July 20 at Murray State University. Our sponsors have provided some great food and refreshments for Friday and Saturday, so don’t miss out.

This is a team tournament with two to three anglers per boat. We also have a Kayak division for individual anglers that prefer to paddle. Bring your five-best bass per boat for weigh-in, except for the Kayak division, which is five bass, fish, photography and release. The winner of the Boat division will receive $2,000 and the winner of the Kayak division will receive $1,000. The highest finishing Jackson Kayak owner who fishes from his or her Jackson Kayak will also win a new Jackson Kayak.

 

Boat Division Payout:

 • Boat Division Winner = $2,000 + YETI Ice Blue Roadie Cooler

 • Boat Division 2nd Place = $1,000

 • Boat Division 3rd Place = $500

 • Family (at least two anglers related) = $500

 • Men’s (all male team) = $500

 • Women’s (all female team) $500

 • Seniors (at least one angler 65 or older) = $500

 • College (at least one angler in college) = $500

 • High School (at least one angler in 9th, 10th 11, or 12th grade) = $500

 • Middle School (at least one angler in 6th, 7th or 8th grade) = $500

 • Elementary School (at least one angler in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th grade) = $500

 • Big Fish (any species, artificial lures only) = $500

You may enter as many categories as you like, but a category only becomes active once at least 10 participants have registered for it. If the category does not become active, you will receive a refund for that category at the pretournament meeting.

 

Kayak Division Payout:

 • Kayak Division Winner = $1,000 + YETI Ice Blue Roadie Cooler

 • The highest finishing Jackson Kayak owner who fishes from his or her Jackson Kayak will also win a new Jackson Kayak.

 

Entry fee:

$200 per boat/kayak +$25 per boat division category

 

Participation is open to everyone, including middle school and elementary school students accompanied by an adult. You must supply your own boat or kayak to compete. Kayak division competitors must be high school age or older.

 

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