The Osceola Anglers, High School Fishing Club, recently held their Back the Blue Car Wash in order to raise money for the families of fallen officers. The car wash, held at Folsom Services in St. Cloud, was a huge success! The Anglers would like to extend their gratitude to all who participated.
On the following day, the Osceola Anglers fished their second tournament of the season on East Lake Toho.
The Osceola Anglers reported a slow day on the water however, they were able to get the job done.
Finishing in first place, Kenzie Harrelson and Keatin Herring, were able to bring in 11.78 pounds of fish. Finishing in second place, Gage Foster and Kaleb Standridge, were able to bring in 9.41 pounds of fish. Finishing in third place was brothers, Curtis and Grady Johnson, with 9.02 pounds of fish. The Big Fish was 4.45 pounds and was caught by Josiah Perez.
The Osceola Angler’s next tournament will be held on February 3 on Lake Kissimmee. The Anglers will also be presenting a check for Breast Cancer Awareness at the 8th Annual Monster Bulls event on February 9.
The Osceola Anglers High School Fishing Club is a Non Profit 501c3 organization that was formed in 2014 to create an opportunity for High School students in Osceola County, Florida to participate in the sport of Bass Fishing.
For more information on the Osceola Anglers High School Fishing Club please visit www.osceolaanglers.com.