Quantum High School-College Open Returns to Grand Lake - Major League Fishing
Quantum High School-College Open Returns to Grand Lake
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Quantum High School-College Open Returns to Grand Lake

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MLF pro Matt Lee will be in attendance to greet anglers and share advice and fishing tips with all young competitors. Photo by Phoenix Moore
October 17, 2019 • Alan McGuckin • Angler News

The 3rd Annual Quantum Next Generation High School & College Open returns to Grand Lake, Oklahoma the weekend of October 19th and 20th. There is no entry fee to participate, and more than $25,000 in prizes will be given away.

Former Carhartt College Series champion turned MLF pro Matt Lee will be there to greet anglers and share both career advice and fishing tips with all young competitors.

Photo by Alan McGuckin

Registration takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 19 at the Grove Civic Center. Free pizza, seminars, and door prizes will be offered. Competition will take place on Sunday, October 20 at Grove’s Wolf Creek Park boat ramp.

Each winning team walked away with an impressive amount of product valued at $5,000 in the no-entry fee tournament.

“In my nearly 10 years of being around high school and college tournaments, I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a rich product pay-out in a no entry fee event, not to mention, it is really well attended and run in a first-class way,” says Matt Lee.

To register for the tournament please visit angler-nation.com or call tournament director Joe Davis at 918-831-6970.