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NSR Fishing Partners with Fishing Chaos

NSR Fishing Partners with Fishing Chaos

National Scouting Report Partners With Fishing Chaos to Enhance Exposure of High School Bass Anglers New partnership to assist more high school anglers in the college recruiting and scholarship process Fishing Chaos, the industry’s leading technology platform focused on tournament fishing and charter management, today announces the launch of its new Club Module and a partnership with National Scouting Report (NSR) to significantly enhance exposure, recruitment, and scholarship awards for High School bass anglers.

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NSR identified the critical need for high school bass anglers to have the resources and tools to create recruiting profiles to record, properly document, and validate their catches to help earn scholarships. Aligned with technology driving its tournament and charter management platform, Fishing Chaos has developed its new Club Module with robust features that provide high school bass anglers the ability to create custom profiles and track all tournament results regardless of the size or notoriety. By partnering with Fishing Chaos, NSR becomes the only recruiting service in the world that can accurately validate a high school angler’s catches, thus making it the most trusted source for students, scouts, recruiters, and coaches.

“We have been developing our club platform for over a year now, and when we had the opportunity to show it to NSR, they immediately saw the opportunity to create something revolutionary for the high school bass angler,” said John Calagaz, Founder and CEO of Fishing Chaos. “Everybody on the Fishing Chaos team is very excited to be a part of helping these students achieve their dream of bass fishing in college.” “By leveraging the Fishing Chaos technology, we have created something exceptional for the high school bass angler,” said NSR President Rusty Rigney. “This revolutionizes high school angler recruiting by collecting comparable, verified catch data from the anglers across the country. This will allow us to create so many new opportunities for these student-anglers.”

To get started, high school clubs/teams (through their coach or parents) will be required to enter as a club on the Fishing Chaos platform. More information on this process can be found by contacting Fishing Chaos via their website. Once registered, each angler can create a custom recruiting profile that will be embedded into the NSR Fishing website and available for scouts, recruiters, and coaches to view. To learn more, please visit www.fishingchaos.com.