By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen

Angler Pescitelli Commits to SCAD

Savannah – SCAD head fishing coach Isaac Payne has announced that Noah Pescitelli has verbally committed as the school’s first recruit for the Bees Men’s fishing program, which is scheduled to begin competition in Fall 2016.  Pescitelli signed his letter of intent on Friday, November 20 at 6:30pm.

I am very excited for Noah joining our fishing program. Noah is a very innovative angler that captures amazing digital footage both on and off the water to help share stories and to show the day and life surrounding his passion for fishing. His love for fishing and creative use of video has awarded him with great sponsors in which he is the youngest member on the pro-staff for many of these companies.  Noah has a huge social media following which inspires others and has evolved throughout his High school career as he continues to grow in the sport of fishing. Noah is very talented and I look forward to Noah continuing his success on the college level both on and off the water.  

Pescitelli, a senior at Mill Creek High School, opened the first Bass Club at his school. He has moved on to earn several ranks throughout his fishing career. He was ranked 2nd in the state of GA for Bass High School league in 2013. He also placed 3rd at the Bass High School Southern Open, which earned him a spot in the High School Bass Master Classic. 

Pescitelli is a three time state qualifier and a two-time National qualifier.  He finished tenth at the 2014 BASS High School National tournament and 13th at the 2015 BASS High School Southern Open out of 230. He also was leading in first place for the state of GA for two days in the FLW World Finals and finished 17th out of 180 anglers.

In February 2015, Pescitelli was one of ten high school anglers to fish the High School Bass Master Classic on the Bass Master Classic Stage with professional anglers. 

Pescitelli’s college study plans include majoring in Advertising and minors in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. 

Career Highlights: 
•2nd in State of Georgia 2013 - 2014 -BASS High School League
•10th in the Nation - 2014 for BASS High School
•3rd Place in the Bass Master High School Open - 2014 
•5th in State of Georgia 2014 - FLW High School League
•Feb.2015-1 out of 10 in the nation to fish the High School Bass Master Classic on the Bass Master Classic Stage with the pros.
•Feb.2015 - Bass High School Open Lake Martin-Placed 13th out of 230
•Feb.2015 - Quaified for Nationals for the 2nd year in a row
•March.2015 - Qualified for State 3rd year in a row
•May 2015 - Flw-Open Eufaula - 10th place out of 80
•June 2015 - FatSack - Lake Hartwell-1st Place out of 60
•July 2015 - FLW World Finals - 1st place in State of Georgia day one and two. 
•October 2015-State Championship Hartwell-Finished top 20

From Noah
My love of fishing lead me to want to do something more. I started making videos of my fish adventures. I really enjoyed making the fishing montage videos which lead to product reviews. I found out that other fisherman enjoyed watching and wanted to see more. I started Kickin' Their Bass TV to share my love for fishing, my experience learning to fish at a professional level, the gear I use and of course, the fish I catch! A lot of people have helped me get here. Local guides, pros, bait and rod manufacturers. You can find their info in the Sponsors area, and I'll be calling them out by name in my videos and posts. I have a huge social media following. I have over 127K on Instagram and gaining daily. I estimate I will have over 100K in a few months. I have over 16K subscribers on YouTube. I also have over 50,000 views a week. My Facebook has over 6,300 likes and I am gaining daily. Please check out the links below.

Website: kickintheirbasstv.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/KickinTheirBassTv?ref=hl
Twitter: twitter.com/search?q=kickin_their_bass_tv
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/KickinTheirBASSTV/videos
Instagram: instagram.com/kickin_their_bass_tv