Registration is now open for the 2020 Wiley X High School Fishing Camp presented by Tackle Warehouse, which runs from July 22-24. The registration period will continue through June 30 or until all camp spots have been filled.
The camp, which is held on the beautiful Murray State University campus, with daily activities on the shores of Kentucky Lake, is the ultimate summer camp for serious high school anglers from grades 8 through 12, along with their parents, boat captains and coaches. Students will receive instruction from top professionals and industry executives to take their fishing and fishing-career readiness to the next level.
Adults have the option to drop off their students or stay throughout the camp and participate in special panel discussions aimed at identifying best practices to give a High School Fishing team the edge it needs to thrive.
Following camp, the FLW Foundation is hosting a benefit tournament on Kentucky Lake on Saturday, July 25, for campers who would like to put their newfound skills to the test while helping raise money for the foundation’s High School Fishing scholarship fund.
The tournament features two divisions – a boat division and a kayak division – and two lucky campers will be selected to fish with an FLW pro. Participants in the tournament are eligible for thousands of dollars in cash prizes.
The camp fee is $300 per student/adult. The FLW Foundation benefit tournament is optional, and the entry fee is $200 per boat and $100 per kayak. You do not need a boat to participate in camp, and parents are not required to attend.
For more information or to register, visit FLWfishing.com/camp.