Cherokee Nation angler makes Bassmaster High School All-State Team

Page again chosen for Bassmaster Oklahoma All State Team

CLAREMORE – Many anglers would like to spend more time fishing. Cherokee Nation citizen Dakota Page has, through his angling success, achieved recognition and added more fishing days to his academic future.

For the third straight year, Page has qualified for the Bassmaster Oklahoma All-State Team, and the 2020 graduate of Claremore Sequoyah High School will be attending the University of Central Oklahoma and representing the Bronchos in collegiate fishing competitions.

“To qualify for the all-state team, they look at your tournament records – your winnings or your placings – and they also look at your grades for school,” said Page, 17. “There are no tournaments for making all-state. You get the title and you get put into consideration for the all-American roster.”

Page was one of 49 chosen from more than 300 all-state nominations, but missed being one of the 12 named to the all-America team….Full Story