OTHS Bass Fishing Club

    Welcome to OTHS Bass Fishing Club 2020!


    This club has existed since the fall of 2012.


    Students have to be academically eligible to participate in extracurricular activities.

    *** Bass Fishing Club during remote learning at this time will be virtual, unfortunately no in-person meetings or events.    Enjoy bass fishing activities from home or with your family.  You can watch Youtube fishing videos, work on tying knots, casting in your backyard, etc...  Updated as of Tuesday, September 15th.***
    From club administrator
    *Field trips will not be allowed at this time. 
    *Clubs/activities can meet when we get back to school.  If in-person learning is going on, then the meetings can be after school hours and in person (All safety protocols -social distancing, masks, frequent hand sanitization, etc.- will apply.  No more than 50 persons in a space.
    *If we go to 100% remote learning at any time, all meetings will need to be held remotely.


    ***Paper copy of club membership form, parent permission slips and meeting notes available outside room 904 at Smiley Campus. ***

    Paper application outside room 904.  



    Alex Sutton - Freshmen, Chase Little - Sophomore and Coach Joel Regnery received 2nd place!  

    3.98 Bag



    At the 1st Annual Trojan Open M-F High School Bass Tournament, this past Saturday, October 12, 2019, at Lake Shelbyville!  


    Here are the final standings from the 1st Annual Trojan Open on Lake Shelbyville, October 12, 2019. We had 14 boats (from 11 different schools) and 12 fish weighed for a total of 23.34 pounds. The weather brought the first cold front of the fall with morning lows around 34 degrees and afternoon highs around 57 with sunshine and gusty winds.


    Freshmen can take the activity bus from Milburn to Smiley main campus.


     All field trip school transportation meets at Smiley Main campus front doors!

    Student Mission Statement

    "The purpose of the Bass Fishing Club is to build character through team work that improves anglers while having fun."

    Mission Statement - The purpose of the Bass Fishing Club at O’Fallon Township High School is to promote bass fishing within the high school and throughout the community of O’Fallon. The club will have monthly meetings, club outings, and the possibility of making the IHSA state tournament in May, at Carlyle Lake. This club will teach the members more about the sport of bass fishing both recreationally and competitively. Overall, this club is meant for students to enjoy the sport of bass fishing and represent the high school and community of O’Fallon throughout the state of Illinois.

    As we get comfortable and casual with one another in our meetings and field trips we need to keep in mind!




    - Safety First !!!!!  Discipline will be handle through OTHS Student Handbook.

    - Be considerate of fellow anglers.

    - Horseplay and inappropriate conversation will not be tolerated.

    - Be respectful of sponsors, presenters, boats and all fishing equipment.

    - When snacks and drinks are provided. Please clean up after yourselves!

    - What brings us all together is team comradery, sportsmanship and the love of FISHING.

    - Transportation and sponsor's ***volunteer time*** is a premium, please reserve your seat and follow through with your commitment to be present.  Sponsors understand if issues arise, text, email or call if you are unable to attend as soon as possible.  Failure to comply will barr you from the next two consecutive outings!


    Club Sponsor  Mr. Bartlett


    Faculty Volunteer  Mr. Feldmann


    Boat Sponsor  Mr. Gass

    Boat Sponsor  Mr. Huch

    Boat Sponsor  Mr. Perun

    Boat Sponsor Mr. Regnery

    Boat Sponsor Mr. Wunder

    Boat Sponsor Mr. Skittino

    Boat Sponsor Mr. Voelkerding

    Boat Sponsor Mr. Stewart


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