[h=1]Kentucky becomes second state to make bass fishing a high school sport[/h]
My debate is not intended to knock angling and yes, I understand that it does require skills (and equipment.) Still, I do question schools funding these type of "hobby/recreational" type sports while cutting out the arts (music, drama, painting, etc.)
Do you agree / disagree that high schools should look to add more of these type of sports? I do appreciate the point made that this allows kids that perhaps aren't athletic enough (or may not be interested ) for football, basketball, etc.