The 4th Annual Quantum Next Gen High School & College Open returns to Grand Lake, Oklahoma the weekend of September 19th and 20th. For high school anglers we’ve got more good newsâ€”Quantum is extending their support to host a second Next Gen High School Open on one of the best fisheries in the world, Texas’s Sam Rayburn Reservoir the weekend of Oct. 31 and November 1, 2020.
There is no entry fee to participate in either event; every angler that competes receives a free special edition Quantum Accurist cranking rod and more than $20,000 in prizes will be given away to the top teams!
Registration takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 19th at Wolf Creek Park. Dinner, seminars, and registration prizes will be provided. Competition will take place on Sunday, September 20th at Grove’s Wolf Creek Park boat ramp. Major League Fishing pro and former Carhartt College fishing champion Matt Lee will be in Grove, OK to help host the event and to share both fishing tips and career advice with all young competitors.
“In 10+ years of being around high school and college tournaments, I don’t think I’ve ever seen such an incredible product pay-out in a no entry fee event, not to mention, it is run in a first-class way and the attendance is great,” says Matt Lee. To register for Grand Lake tournament, please visit: https://angler-nation.com/nextgen or call tournament director Joe Davis at 918-831-6970.
Quantum is excited to double down their support for the next generation of anglers by hosting a second High School Open on legendary Sam Rayburn Reservoir. The event will be similar to the Grand Lake schedule of events with registration taking place Saturday afternoon, October 31st at Cassels-Boykin Park and the tournament being held on Sunday, November 1st out of Cassels-Boykin Boat Ramp.
Follow this link texasbassonline.com, to register for the Sam Rayburn event or contact Pete Bruener at (936) 615-1433, the B.A.S.S. Nation Youth Director for Texas.