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story.lead_photo.caption Pictured, from left, are Layton Lammers and William Massey. Arkansas High's Lammers and Massey walked away with the first place prize in the Trader Bills High School Fishing Trail on Lake Ouachita.

Competing against 15 teams in the high school division, Arkansas High School students Layton Lammers and William Massey walked away with the first-place prize in the Trader Bills High School Fishing Trail on Lake Ouachita.

Lammers and Massey won $237.50 for first Place — weighing in at 11.23 pounds and $60 for Big Bass with a weight of 4.21 pounds. The students also won two Denali rods.

With over 18 years of providing a successful tournament trail for schools, Trader Bill's Outdoor Sports believes that if you teach a child to fish, you have helped create a lifetime of learning, amazing experiences, and memories that will last forever. "Competitive fishing teaches children the value of working toward a goal and gives them the opportunity to have comradery with other young anglers, and gives them the opportunity to experience success, said Team Sponsor Kelly Massey.

The next tournament is the championship on April 25 on Lake Hamilton in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

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