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1st ANNUAL

TUFFMAN / HIGH SCHOOL INVITATIONAL

TOP TEN TEAMS

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 ​ Landen Bennett and Tye Eaton - Team Tightlines

 ​ Joseph Mesecke and Dylan Carpenter - Cen-Tex Bass Hunters

  Wyatt Jacobs and Rylan Reagan - Brownwood Lions

  Jacob Froese and Jonas Inman - Cen-Tex Bass Hunters

  Cole Laxson and Keller Munroe - All Around Anglers

  Case Markham and Logan Duncan - Brownwood Lions

  Belton Farr and Caleb Ramm - Cen-Tex Bass Humters

  Drew Hargrove and Kolten - Moody Bearcats

  Even Groholski and Avery (AJ) Settle - Bremond ISD

  Rayvonne Williams and Jacob Masecke - Cen-Tex Bass Hunters

  Preston Pittman and Alex Chambers - Team Tightlines

​  Tara Reid and Cameron Clouse - All Around Anglers

The Central Texas High School Tournament Trail, located in the Heart of Central Texas, provides an opportunity for both Middle School and High School students in grades 6th through 12th to excel both academically and professionally by means of competitive bass fishing. We also provide them the opportunity to earn scholarship money for their continued education. This Trail was formed and operates solely to invest in the future of these young anglers and the sport of competitive bass fishing in Central Texas.

Team Format:


​Open to all SAF Members 6th - 12th Grade:


5 Qualifying Tournaments + Championship and Boat Captain Shootout:


Qualifying Teams will compete for $7500.00 in Scholarship money at the Championship​:


Prizes awarded for 1st - 6th place and Big Bass at each Tournament:


Gift Cards awarded to 3 Boat Captains at each Tournament:


Entry Fee: $40.00 per Team, per Tournament:


Top 3 Teams of the season have their entry fee for the Championship paid:


See our complete set of rules by clicking on the link at the top of the page


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About Us

Central Texas High School

Tournament Trail

2017 - 2018

Season

The CTHSTT is a 501 (c) (3) Tax Exempt Organization