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CC Announces Competitive Bass Fishing Team

Detroit Catholic Central now has a competitive bass fishing team.  

The DCC fishing team fielded six anglers, including Jack Miner ’25, Colin Hull ’25, Cooper Jasinkiewicz ’25, Gino Haley ’25, Patrick Phillips ’25, and Cole Corneau ’26, who competed in local, state, and regional competitions this past summer in their first official season finishing with some incredible and consistent performances.  

As a new team on the Michigan Bass Nation Youth Division Tournament Trail, the team was led by the pairing of Jack Miner ’25 and Colin Hull ’25, who participated in 10 individual events on some of Michigan’s more challenging bodies of water, such as Torch, Higgins, Muskegon, Manistee, and St. Clair Lakes.  

Over the summer, they delivered 7 top ten finishes catching limits in 8 of those events. Impressively, DCC anglers were within a one-pound average of winning 6 of the events. 

Jack and Colin were consistently near the top of the sheet in a field of 50 competing high school teams, delivering a consistency typically seen from more veteran teams.  

The Catholic Central Fishing Team took 9th place in their first State Championship in 2023. DCC Anglers also competed this summer on the Mississippi River at the 14th annual High School Fishing World Finals and National Championship in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The week-long event included over 250 teams from all over the USA. The Shamrocks took 13th on moving day (3) and missed qualifying for the finals (Top 10) by 4 ounces.  

The Catholic Central Fishing Team is hoping to improve upon these impressive results in 2024. Their goal is to capture consistent top 5 finishes this summer and compete for a State Championship. 

For more information about joining the Catholic Central Fishing Club, please contact Paul Miner ’86 at rxminer99@yahoo.com

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