Jacket Pride Tournament Results, Saturday Sept. 14 Kissimmee Chain - Camp Mack
First Place: Matt Bedenbaugh and Micah Patel 12 pounds.
Second Place: Shane Hines and Shane Moss 11 pounds.
Third Place: Cole Schmucker and Jacob Rogers 10 pounds.
Fourth Place: Steven Singletary and Adam White 9 pounds.
Big Bass Honors Cole Schmucker: 6 pounds.
Camp Mack Reel Kids Event
Saturday Sept. 14 was hosted by Camp Mack River Resort and BHS Jackets Bass Fishing Team. The special guest was Bassmaster Elite Pro Bobby Lane and Bass Specialist Louie Echols
The event was sponsored by LEGOLAND, Bridgemasters, Big Dawg Baits, Camp Mack and BHS Jackets
6 years and younger
First Place: Micah Labarbera, LEGOLAND winner
6 years and younger participating Reel Kids received Rod and Reel combo, Camp Mack hat, Big Dawg Baits, Bridgemasters gift pack and a Certificate of Accomplishment from TBF Reel Kids.
Amber Lane, Brody Kaufman, Blake Franson, Bobby Lane Jr., Reille Harrison and Brody McCutcheon.
First Place: Jackson Weeks, LEGOLAND winner
7-9 years participating Reel Kids received Rod and Reel combo, Camp Mack hat, Big Dawg Baits, Bridgemasters gift pack and a Certificate of Accomplishment from TBF Reel Kids.
Jake Schmucker, Dalton Van Horn, Alexis Lane.
First Place: Jeremiah Mobley, LEGOLAND winner
10-12 years participating Reel Kids John Sullivan and Shane Schmucker received all above gifts.
Eleven-year-old Bass Specialist Louie Echols signed autographs on the 2013-14 FWC Freshwater Regulations book. Louie’s on the cover. He spoke about Trophy Catch and his 14 pounds legend bass verified by FWC.
Bassmaster Elite Pro Bobby Lane signed all participating Reel Kids Certificate of Accomplishments. Alexis, Bobby Jr. and Amber competed in the event.
After the event 9-year-old Jake Schmucker caught 25 pound bluegill behind the Camp Mack weigh in stage under docks.
Camp Mack host Patty explained, “The Kids had an awesome time, learning to fish, enjoy the outdoors, and lunch of hot dogs and chips.”
BHS Jackets Coach Derek Boswell said, “The future of fishing has arrived, Reel Kids and High School Fishing.”