The 2015 Online Rules Clinic that is required for all head and assistant coaches in the sport activity of Bass Fishing is now available.
February 15 – March 15 – the Clinic may be viewed by coaches at no charge during this period.
March 16 – April 5 – the Clinic may be viewed by coaches for the makeup fee ($100) during this period.
April 6 – April 17 – the Clinic may be viewed by coaches for the makeup fee ($200) during this period. After this time, postseason penalties per Bylaw 27 will apply.
The presentation can be viewed from any computer, and is a web-based flash video product that should be viewable through any web browser. Once you advance to the last slide of the presentation, correspondence is automatically generated to the KHSAA so that you can receive credit. If the presentation is not completed, you will not receive credit.
Athletic Directors can check to [...]
The dates and sites for the 2015 KHSAA Bass Fishing Regional Tournaments and State Tournament have been set. See the listing and schedule below:
2015 KHSAA Bass Fishing Locations
Saturday, April 18
Kuttawa Harbor Marina
1709 Lake Barkley Drive, Kuttawa, KY
Saturday, April 18
Chimney Rock Ramp
250 Chimney Rock Road, Harrodsburg, KY
Saturday, April 18
Conley Bottom Resort
736 Hwy 1275, Monticello, KY
Saturday, April 18
Cave Run Lake
Cave Run Marina
Scotts Creek Ramp, 4325 KY 801 South, Morehead, KY
Friday/Saturday, May 15-16
Kentucky Dam Marina
466 Marina Drive, Gilbertsville, KY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 22, 2014
2014 KHSAA Bass Fishing Championship Starts Friday
The second annual KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship gets underway Friday morning with the boat launch at 7 a.m. (CT) from the Kentucky Dam Marina in Gilbertsville. The first flight will return to the marina at 3 p.m. to begin the weigh-in process, with the second flight returning at 3:15 p.m. The schedule of events will be the same for Saturday’s competition, with the awards presentation taking place immediately following the final day’s weigh-in.
Forty-six teams qualified for this year’s event from a pool of 185 teams at the four regional tournaments, an increase in participation of 76 percent over the sport’s inaugural 2012-13 campaign. A random draw was conducted to determine the launch order for the 2014 championship, and can be found at the following link:
Please click on the following link to view updated information in regards to the 2014 KHSAA Bass Fishing State Tournament. The practice time for Thursday, April 24, 2014 has been extended from 12:00 p.m. Central Time to 5:00 p.m. Central Time. Team Check-in/Registration will still begin at 6:30 p.m. Central Time on the third floor of the Curris Center at Murray state University.
Registration Instructions, a Time Schedule, and Hotel Information for the 2014 KHSAA Bass Fishing State Tournament are now posted on the KHSAA website. You can access this information by going to the link below and clicking on State Information and Instructions to see the links under the Bass Fishing Information for 2014 heading. Please be sure to share this information with participants, parents, and fans.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 7, 2014
Forty-six teams earned a spot in the second-annual KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship during four regional tournaments conducted over the weekend. This year’s state championship will take place April 25-26 at the Kentucky Dam Marina in Gilbertsville.
A total of 185 teams competed at the regional tournaments this season, an increase of 76 percent over the sport’s inaugural 2012-13 campaign. Trigg County’s Douglas Colson and Zach Colbert led all competitors across this weekend’s regional competition, catching five fish at a total weight of 20 lbs., 11 oz. at Lake Barkley.
Complete results from the 2014 Regional Tournaments can be found through the links below.
Region 1 results:
Region 2 results:
Region 3 results:
Region 4 results:
Results from the three regional Bass Fishing tournaments contested today (Region 1, 2 and 4) can be accessed through the links below. The Region 3 Tournament will take place Sunday, April 6 at the Conley Bottom Marina in Monticello.
This is a reminder that schools competing in the Bass Fishing Regional Tournaments that failed to register by the April 1st deadline can still register by completing the attached form and e-mailing it to Mark Gintert at email@example.com. This form can also be submitted on site at check-in prior to the start of the tournament. When submitting this form please make sure that you have already signed up with the Student Angler Foundation and have included your SAF number. If you are registering for the tournament on site you are required to have already signed up with the Student Angler Foundation prior to the day of the tournament.http://khsaa.org/bassfishing/2014/regionregistrationform.pdf
Registration for the 2014 KHSAA Regional Bass Fishing Tournaments is now available. All schools participating in these tournaments can register by clicking on the link under the Regional Tournament Information and Instructions at KHSAA.org.
The regional tournament registration can be accessed directly by going to the following link:
Athletic Directors need to make sure that if their school is participating in Bass Fishing, they have added their team to the school information page and all coaches (head and assistant) have met all of the coaching requirements per Bylaw 25.
There will be no penalty for schools that register for the postseason and end up having to withdraw prior to competition.
The dates, sites, locations, Regional Managers and their contact information for the 2014 KHSAA Bass Fishing Regional Tournaments are now posted on the KHSAA website. You can view this information by clicking on the following link:
KHSAA Partners With First String Media, PrepSpin.com For Enhanced Web Streaming Network
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DECEMBER 3, 2013
Through a new venture launched prior to the start of the 2013-14 season, the KHSAA has transitioned its online video broadcast network (KHSAA.tv) to an internal operation through a new partnership with First String Media and PrepSpin.com. After outsourcing its championship webcasts in previous seasons, this year’s championship events will feature live video streaming and highlight packages produced internally through the new partnership. Live video streaming, archived broadcasts and highlight packages will remain free of charge through the Association’s website.
KHSAA.org will remain the exclusive home for live video streaming of KHSAA Championship events, with live championship coverage of 11 events, and post-event highlight packages provided for six other sports and sport-activities. Live video streaming will be available for a total of 41 games during the 2013-14 season through [...]
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association shall sponsor postseason competition in bass fishing, provided that there is sufficient interest of the membership and such is approved by the Board of Control. The Commissioner shall divide the state into geographic sections with the approval of the Board of Control.
As of November 15, 2012, the alignment in bass fishing is as follows —
REGION 1 will be comprised of all KHSAA member schools located in the counties of Ballard, Butler, Caldwell, Calloway, Carlisle, Christian, Crittenden, Daviess, Fulton, Graves, Hancock, Henderson, Hickman, Hopkins, Livingston, Logan, Lyon, Marshall, McCracken, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Simpson, Todd, Trigg, Union, Warren and Webster
REGION 2 will be comprised of all KHSAA member schools located in the counties of Anderson, Boone, Bourbon, Bracken, Breckinridge, Bullitt, Campbell, Carroll, Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Gallatin, Garrard, Grant, Grayson, Hardin, Harrison, Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Kenton, Larue, Madison, Meade, Mercer, Nelson, Nicholas, Oldham, Owen, Pendleton, Robertson, Scott, [...]
04/22/13 – KHSAA Bass Fishing Championship This Week; Top Officials Honored By KHSAA; Baseball-Softball Draw Show Tomorrow
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 22, 2013
First KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship This Weekend At KenLake Marina
The first-ever KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship will take place this weekend (April 26-27) at the KenLake Marina in Hardin. Forty-five teams advanced from the four regional tournaments to the state championship, which begins Friday morning with the opening day boat launch at 7 a.m. (CT). Each two-person team is allotted eight hours on the lake, with the weigh-in beginning at approximately 3 p.m.
The tournament format will be repeated on Saturday, with the boats launching in reverse order from day one. Each team can turn in a maximum of five fish each round, with each day’s catch counting towards the team’s total for the competition. All fish will be kept in a live well once caught and released immediately following the weigh-in. Trophies and medals will be given to the top three team finishers, in addition [...]
Any school that missed the April 1 deadline for the Bass Fishing Regional Tournament can still register on site at the rules meeting by going to the KHSAA website under Bass Fishing Regional Tournament Information and Instructions and filling out and submitting the Late Registration form:
Please make sure that your athletes are eligible to compete according to KHSAA Rules and that they are members of the Student Angler Foundation.
The Bass Fishing Rules Clinic is open for viewing at this time. The presentation can be viewed from any computer, and is a web-based flash video product that should be viewable through any web browser. Once you advance to the last slide of the presentation, correspondence is automatically generated to the KHSAA so that you can receive credit.
The clinics are located on the member schools only area. To access the clinic, go to http://schools.khsaa.org and click on the link that says “Online Rules Clinics“. If you have any trouble finding that link, you can type the following URL into your Internet browser. http://schools.khsaa.org/rule_clinics/
Please make sure you log in. If you have trouble logging into the system, contact your Athletic Director or the KHSAA offices at 859-299-5472
Registration Instructions for the KHSAA Bass Fishing Regional Tournaments are now available on the KHSAA website by going to the following link:
The KHSAA will soon be posting initial Regional and State Information about Bass Fishing in regards to dates, times, locations, and regional alignment. All member schools that have expressed their intent to participate in the postseason will be contacted by FLW very shortly with specific regional information. Thank you.
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TO Whom It May Concern:
From: Mark Gintert, Student Angle Foundation
Concerning insurance coverage for our SAF anglers.
Here is my usual answer to schools around the country who also ask this question of us.
First here is a link to an Insurance FAQ sheet that will help most everyone. This can be found on our highschoolfishing.org web site under the downloads and forms section.
Coverage begins for our anglers and their club once they have completed their rosters and sent their $25 SAF member dues into the TBF. This can all be done electronically through our web site highschoolfishing.org.
They can continually add members to their roster at any time but the coverage begins when that base 6 member club roster and dues are received.
Our Insurance coverage is a three part coverage provided by K&K through our carrier. We insure over 20,000 events a year with them so they [...]
KHSAA BASS FISHING
Frequently Asked Questions (as of March, 2014)
Is the KHSAA now sponsoring a Bass Fishing championship?
Yes, beginning in 2012-2013, the KHSAA began conducting a Bass Fishing championship. Competition will be held in a single division, with appropriate assignments to regions once participation numbers are determined.
With the KHSAA now sponsoring a Bass Fishing championship, does that make Bass Fishing exactly the same as all other sports and activities within the school?
The management of individual teams within a school is a local decision. School administrators will decide about issues such as compensation, travel allowances and other benefits in compliance with federal, state and locally adopted policies. Nothing about the KHSAA adding this sport activity makes anything “automatic” within a school or school district.
How is Bass Fishing going to be managed within the KHSAA?
The Commissioner will appoint an Assistant Commissioner to be the day-to-day liaison for Bass [...]
Frequently Asked Questions (as of May, 2012) This list will be updated as topics are [...]