New England Bassin is looking for 2-3 High School Ambassadors per state.
(CT, MA, RI, NH, ME, VT & NY)
Want to be a High School Ambassador for the fastest growing and largest regional bass fishing organization in the region?
Our NEBASSIN High School Rep program is an amazing and unique yearly program to help qualified high school anglers become better fisherman while giving the chance to be a part of NEBASSIN on a different level than just a member. They will be able to ask questions and learn more about fishing, specific techniques and where and what to fish in specific seasons of the year. High School Ambassadors will also receive discounts on our sponsor’s products as well as our very own NEBASSIN performance gear. Lastly and most importantly, they will receive real professional advice on the next steps of their young careers, be coached on how to become a better angler overall and get them moving into the right direction.
There are requirements in becoming a High School Ambassador throughout the year but it is well worth it. For more information about this amazing opportunity please contact Jamie Verab at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send an email stating why you would like to join our reputable force throughout the region as a High School Rep along with your resume stating your age, high school, state, town achievements, and goals. GOOD LUCK!!
Meet the NEBASSIN High School Ambassador TEAM
Sean Beauregard – MA
Sean is an avid high school fisherman fishing all waters both fresh and salt around New England. He enjoys fishing both waters because of the many varieties of fish species, waterways, and techniques as he continues to challenge himself as an angler. Sean loves to make various types of videos pertaining to fishing events, from shore, in his Old Town kayak as well as in his travels. He says that he loves the challenge of fishing no matter where he is and what he is fishing for. Sean also fishes our NEBASSIN tournaments which he says has helped him challenge him self competing verse various levels of anglers which has also helped him become a better fisherman overall. He loves being a part of NEBASSIN as he mentions that its a great community and that everyone treats him like a best friend. Sean has a youtube channel called “New England Bass” where he posts his fishing videos. His links are below.