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MLF reveals schedule for college, high school events

MLF reveals schedule for college, high school events

Major League Fishing has announced the schedules for the 2024 College Fishing and High School Fishing season, with each circuit providing numerous prizes, scholarships and advancement opportunities for qualified teams.

In 2024, College Fishing teams can compete in up to nine qualifying tournaments around the country. The top 12 percent of teams from each event will advance to the 2025 College Fishing National Championship.

The 2024 MLF High School Fishing circuit will feature teams competing in seven open tournaments, with the majority held in conjunction with College Fishing events to allow students and parents to network with prospective college teams and coaches during college weigh-ins. MLF High School Fishing Opens are two-person (team) events for students in grades 7-12, and open to any Student Angler Federation (SAF)-affiliated high school club in the United States. The top 10 percent of teams in each tournament advance to the High School Fishing National Championship.

Here's a look at the College Fishing schedule:

Jan. 5 -- Harris Chain of Lakes -- Leesburg, Fla.
Jan. 9-11 -- NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP at Lake Toho -- Kissimmee, Fla.
March 8 -- Clear Lake -- Lakeport, Calif.
April 5 -- Table Rock Lake -- Branson, Mo.
April 26 -- Lake Guntersville -- Guntersville, Ala.
May 5 -- Lake Havasu -- Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
June 8 -- California Delta -- Oakley, Calif..
Aug. 25 -- St. Lawrence River -- Massena, N.Y.
Sept. 27 -- Sam Rayburn Reservoir -- Brookeland, Texas
Oct. 18 -- Lake Chickamauga -- Dayton, Tenn.

Here's the High School Fishing schedule:

Jan. 6 -- Harris Chain of Lakes -- Leesburg, Fla.
April 6 -- Table Rock Lake -- Branson, Mo.
April 27 -- Lake Guntersville -- Guntersville, Ala.
May 5 -- Lake Havasu -- Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
June 8 -- California Delta -- Oakley, Calif.
June 19-21 -- NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP at Lake Hartwell -- Anderson, S.C.
Sept. 28 -- Sam Rayburn Reservoir -- Brookeland, Texas
Oct. 19 -- Lake Chickamauga -- Dayton, Tenn.

Complete rules and entry dates for both levels will be announced later this fall.

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