Mt. Bethel Christian Academy Boys Varsity Bass Fishing

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Brooks Anderson – Bassmaster All-State

Congrats to Brooks Anderson for being named to the Bassmasters all-state team for the second straight year.  Anderson was one of 49 across the country to earn all-state honors, and he was one of only two from Georgia. MDJ article link here – Mount Bethel’s Anderson earns Bassmaster all-state honors   Article credit John Bednarowski, Marietta

Mt. Bethel Tied for the Top Spot in Georgia

The dynamic duo of Brooks Anderson and David Britt were once again kings of the lake as they took home the top spot at the GA Bassnation Tournament at Lake Eufaula on Saturday, January 11. With the first-place finish, Mt. Bethel is now tied for the top spot (out of 214 eligible teams) in the

Eagle Bass Fishing Hold Serve at Lake Chatuge

Mt. Bethel Christian Academy’s Brooks Anderson and David Britt finished 18th this weekend at Lake Chatuge to hold on to their third-place Angler of the Year spot. This was the third of the eight tournament series with Bassmasters at Lake Chatuge that featured 150 teams. The Eagle duo is currently in third-place out of 220 teams.

Anderson, Britt Tops In Nation

Mt. Bethel’s Brooks Anderson and David Britt are the No. 1 Anglers in the state after the first two tournaments of the 2019-20 season with a total of 395 points. Anderson and Britt finished in the Top-10 at West Point and won the tournament at Lake Lanier. Here is a listing of the Top-20 High

Mt. Bethel Fishing Wins Bassmasters at Lake Lanier

It was another big day on the lake for the Mt. Bethel Christian Academy Bass Team as Brooks Anderson and David Britt won the FCA Tournament at Laurel Park on Saturday. Anderson and Britt took first with a total weight of 15.34 pounds. This was the second of eight tournament series with GaBassnation (Bassmasters). The

High Five: Mt. Bethel Fishing Qualifies for Fifth-Straight State Championship

Mt. Bethel Christian Academy is building quite a name for itself around the Bassmasters’ world as Brooks Anderson and David Britt placed sixth at GABassnation tournament at Lake West Point this weekend. With this sixth-place finish, Mt. Bethel now qualifies for its fifth-straight Georgia State Championship that will be held at Lake Lanier in June