In 2017, the Osceola Anglers, a local non-profit High School Fishing organization, decided to honor and support the families of our fallen local law enforcement officers. The high school anglers agreed on holding a community car wash and creating an annual event that would make it possible for their organization to continue to support the community’s first responders.
This year, the Osceola Anglers organization decided to do what it does best, host a fishing tournament – focused on raising money while creating some friendly competition among local first responder agencies.
The cost of participating in the tournament is $150 per boat (2 person teams) with all proceeds benefiting the youth of Osceola County.
The Inaugural Bass and Badges Fishing Tournament will take place on Saturday, January 8, 2022, at Lake Tohopekaliga (West Lake Toho) located at 69 Lakeview Dr. in Kissimmee
During the registration process, there will be an option to choose which local agency you would like to represent. The top teams’ weights from each agency will determine who will win the trophy and be named 2022 Champions and bragging rights for the year!
To register go to OsceolaAnglers.com
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.
Their goal is to create and help flourish the interest of Sportsmanship, Leadership and Character Building in today’s youth.
For further information, contact the Osceola Anglers on Facebook or email email@example.com.