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TBF Junior World Championship

2019 TBF Junior World Championship

Arkansas River, North Little Rock, AR.

Event press release

2019 Official JWC rules

Registration: Wednesday, August 7th

Tournament Dates: August 8,9,10 – Thursday, Friday, full field competes with their qualified team mate from their own boats with their own boat captains. The field is cut to the top (1) team from each division for Saturdays final championship round. ALL teams will participate in the parade across the FLW Cup main stage in front of thousands of spectators on Saturday!

The top TBF Junior Angler TEAM from each State Federation earns a spot to compete and have a chance to fish for thousands of dollars in scholarships in the division champions finals on Saturday.

TBF & FLW conduct a National Tournament for the top junior anglers of each state federation that are 15 year old  or younger.(as of Aug 31 of the JWC tournament year) This tournament is the TBF Junior World Championship and is always held in conjunction with the prestigious FLW Cup. The 2019 JWC will be held in in North Little Rock Arkansas.

2018 TBF Junior World Championship

Lake Hamilton, Hot Springs Arkansas

FINAL DAY Results

Day 3 FINAL Day Launch Order
Day 2 Overall Results
Day 2 Division Leaders
Day 1 Overall Results
Day 1 Division Leaders

Scholarship Payouts

 

Previous Junior World Champions

Year

Age: 15 and Under Team Event

2018 Trey McKinney  –  James Baker Illinois Jr Bass Federation

Year

Age: 11-15

2017 Syler Prince, Palatka FL (Southern Division)
2016 Fisher Davis, Mount IDA, AR (Central Division)
2015 Tyler White, Oak Hill, WV
(Mid-Atlantic Division)

Year

Age: 11-14

Age: 15-18

2014 Joe Stolski, Baxter, MN
(Northern Division)
Perry Marvin, Peru, NY
(Eastern Division)
2013 Luke Loewe Ripon, WI
(Northern Division)
Jonathan Ladner, Thorofare, NJ
(Mid-Atlantic Division)
2012 Max Danese, MA
(Eastern Division)
Andrew Guilliams, MO
(Central Division)
2011 Derek Davis: Clinton, UT
(Western Division)
Nicholas Deering: Portland, ME
(Eastern Division)
2010 Shane Edgar: Glendale, AZ
(Western Division)
Greg Zellers: Winamac, IN
(Northern Division)
2009 Daryk Eckert: Stockport, OH
(Northern Division)
Zack Messer: Aiken, SC
(Western Division)
2008 Lowell Turner: Bradford, RI
(Eastern Division)
Kyle Raymer: Brandenburg, KY
(Southern Division)
2007 Dylan Peppers: Good Hope, GA
(Southern Division)
Shane Lehew: Charlotte, NC
(Southern Division)
2006 Jonathan Jones: Chickasha, OK
(Central Division)
Josh Wagy: Dewitt, VA
(Mid-Atlantic Division)

 

 

Syler Prince, Palatka Florida 2017 Reigning 15 and under Champion.