What is Butte County High School Anglers?
The BCHSA is a fishing organization open to all high school students of Butte County who want to perfect their angling skills. The club is the first of its kind in Butte County. BCHSA will operate like any other school sporting event with coaches, staff, and volunteers. There will be no membership dues. (Learn about the upcoming BCHSA fundraiser here.)
Students will be frequenting various water sites with coaching staff in order to sharpen their angling skills for competition. Once a month, members will meet in a classroom setting so coaching staff may assess students’ progression of knowledge in the sport. Members will have the opportunity to compete in various fishing tournaments with BCHSA.
Members will be responsible for transportation
to all classes and events. However, members will not be responsible for
providing boats for on-water fishing.
Read about past Butte County high school fishing success here.
The Yuba Sutter Fishing Club is already in full swing! Visit their webpage here.
Can you sponsor or volunteer?
Volunteers and financial
sponsors are critical to the success of this program. Anglers need the
opportunity to get on the water and apply the skills they learn! Individual or
corporate sponsorship is greatly appreciated. If you would like to sponsor or
volunteer, please visit the Student Events webpage and click this link: http://tinyurl.com/yb56ds97
Want to know more?
There will be a BCHSA information and planning meeting Thursday, September 20 from 6-7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Butte County Office of Education Lincoln Center, 1870 Bird Street, Oroville, CA 95965 (See Map). All are welcome!
Don Reighley - BCHSA Organizer
Home Phone: (530) 533-8182
Cell Phone: (530) 570-5791