What is a Boat Captain
As a boat captain you will be sharing you years of fishing knowledge with the next generation of anglers. You are able to instruct these young man and woman in such things as, locating fish, lure selection, color and technique. Nothing like hands on, on the water instruction. The operation of the boat while the main engine is running is the responsibility of the boat captain, however once at your spot, it is up to the boat captain if the students will be allowed to operate the trolling motor. Your team will have to select their baits, make their cast, and retrieve their catch. You are allowed to assist with the netting of those hogs that I am sure you will have your team on. Remember, safety first, have fun and thank you for your support.
Welcome to our Boat Captain Page. Here you will find all the information you will need to become a
"We Can Not Do, What We Do, Without You"
Boat Captains are a very important part of the Central Texas High School Tournament Trail. Without anglers like you, giving of your time to support these young anglers, none of this would be possible. The staff at CTHSTT would like to thank you for your support and one of the ways we do this is by drawing two lucky boat captains at each event to receive a $15.00 gift card. another way we say thank you is by holding a Boat Captain Shoot-Out at the end of the season. Every one that has boat captained at one of our events over the season will be invited to fish a one day tournament FREE of CHARGE for cash prizes.
All Boat Captains are required to have a current background check.
Follow these 3 steps to get your background completed.
1. Click the link below then click on the title that applies (NEW / Returning).
2.Complete the application.
3.Approval takes only a few days.
If you are outside the Killeen ISD area, contact the school in your area and the procedures should be the same. For those of you in the Killeen ISD area, click on the link below.
Thank You for your time and support of High School fishing in the Central Texas area.