The Orange County High School Anglers, in affiliation with the Orange County High School Athletic Department, the Orange 4-H Clubs, The B.A.S.S. Federation Nation and the Jr. B.A.S.S. Federation Nation - VA,

is a group of young anglers who enjoy the thrill and competitiveness of tournament bass fishing.  The group was organized in 1999 and was honored in 2004 as the Nation's Most Outstanding Jr. B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Chapter. The Chapter is recognized by the OCHS Athletic Department as an alternative team sports program and members meeting certain criteria receive their OC Athletic letter.  Learn more

CLICK HERE to print or view the B.A.S.S. Nation VA Youth brochure.

Students who particpate in extracurricular activities in Orange County schools will be subject to random drug testing. CLICK HERE to read the full article regarding this new regulation.

Upcoming Tournaments

2016 - 2017 Calendar of Events & Tournaments

CLICK HERE to view or print the 2016 - 2017 calendar of events and tournaments.

September 24 - OCHS Club Tournament

Hope Springs - Aquia Creek

October 8 - OCHS Club Tournament

Jon Boats - Lake Orange

October 16 - OCHS Club Tournament

Lake Anna - Sturgeons Creek

November 6 - JSQ #2 - BASS Nation


November 19 - OCHS Club Tournament

Lake Anna - Sturgeons Creek

December 12 - OCHS Club Tournament

Lake Anna - Sturgeons Creek

Upcoming Events

October 5 - Parent/Angler Meeting

OCHS Cafeteria - 7:00pm

October 22 - Community Service


October 29 - OCHS Anglers Awards Banquet

Ruritan Building - Unionville

November 9 - Parent/Angler Meeting

OCHS Cafeteria - 7:00pm

December 3 - Community Service


December 7 - Parent/Angler Meeting

OCHS Cafeteria - 7:00pm

Tournament Results and News

Allen Ellinger takes over as tournament director/co-adviser


Dee Maddox catches record catfish at Lake Orange (27+ pounds)


OCHS VA State 6 Man Team Champs

Local OC Graduate Receives the B.A.S.S. Nation – VA.  – Joseph Thomson Memorial Scholarship

Logan Douglas an Orange County High school 2014 Graduate and former B.A.S.S. Nation – Orange County High School received the Joseph Thomson Memorial Scholarship. Mike Bryant the B.A.S.S. Nation –VA. State President made the presentation at that organizations, September board meeting in Clarksville, VA. Bryant, speaking of Douglas, said this young man made a very positive impression on the State’s Staff, and the Chapter committee set to choose the scholarship recipient.  Applicants, are chosen based on their B.A.S.S. Nation –VA. Youth achievements, their academic success and community service. Douglas was an outstanding member Of OCHS Chapter and served in numerous leadership roles. Douglas had served as an equipment manager, The Casting Kids Junior Director, a Vice president his junior year, and as a senior, the Co-Captain /Co President of the bass tournament fishing varsity team. He also was the Co- Junior Director of the 10Th annual, Orange County Fishing and Sportsman Show.  He has been an active member of “Young Life” Christian Teen Fellowship thus serving as the OCHS Anglers’ Chaplain, not only his chapter but as the state junior Chaplain. His leadership skills, flourished by participation in the Orange 4-H Club branch of the OCHS Anglers. He was a 4-H Junior Leader at the Regional 4-H Camp, for the past several years he directed the OCHS Anglers activities at the Orange County Fair. He was the OCHS B.A.S.S. Anglers – chairman of their grounds beautification project, maintaining all of the potted plants around the school during the summer months. He was the chapter’s outstanding fundraiser. Logan was the top salesperson in most sales projects.
Due to Logan’s outstanding character, skills in public relations, honesty, and high integrity, as well as vibrant personality.  He was instrumental in acquiring the sponsorship of Green Top Sporting and Hunting Store for the OCHS Team as well as personally. Logan was an outstanding tournament angler. He was a member of the Elite 6-man team for 3 years and received his varsity letter 4 consecutive years.  He also participated in the “Fisher’s of Men – Legacy series, and represented Virginia in Alabama last summer, where he placed 52nd in a field of nearly 300 youth across the USA.

Logan is attending Piedmont Virginia Community College, and plans to transfer to Longwood University to pursue a degree in Criminal Justice and join the NCAA Longwood B.A.S.S. Collegiate Team.

Logan, the son of Crystal Ryder, is also employed by Piedmont Power sports, Orange/Charlottesville, VA.