Posts Tagged 'bass fishing tournament'
The team of South Laurel’s Shawn Coots and Trent Keltner hold more than a two-pound lead heading to the final day of the KHSAA State Bass Fishing Tournament. Coots and Keltner caught their limit for a total weight of 19 pounds, 9 ounces Friday to take the lead. Trigg County’s Chase Oglesby and Ty Meacham are tied for 5th place with 14 pounds, 6 ounces. McCracken County’s Sarah Morehead and Hunter Valerius are in 11th […]
A tip of the hat goes to Billy Egan, tournament director for the WON Bass U.S. Open bass fishing tournament that took place from Monday to Wednesday at Lake Mead. Egan puts on a good tournament, but he also showed great judgment in canceling the first day when Lake Mead revealed its ugly, windy side. During the years I worked as a game warden at Lake Mead and Lake Mohave, rescuing boaters after a powerful […]
The God is Bigger Movement was created to provide a banner of hope to a broken world for those who are hurting or lost. The ministry is based on Luke 1:37 “For with God nothing shall be impossible”. Their message is to let all who need to know that when life gets big, God is bigger. They are a non-profit 501(C)3 independent organization, not church affiliated. They are looking for sponsors to assist in their […]
Three teenagers who like to kid each other about who’s the best fisherman decided to test their skills in a friendly competition and raise money for a local cause. The inaugural CMS Bass Fishing Tournament was held on June 30 at the Kenwood Park Boat Launch. CMS represents the founders of the tournament: Carson Carlington, Matthew Miehlke and Keenan Suminski. “We decided that each year we will choose a different place to donate the profits,” said Matthew. […]
Boater Adam Brown of Rainbow City brought five bass to the scale Saturday weighing 17 pounds even to win the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Bama Division tournament on Lake Neely Henry on Saturday. For his efforts, Brown pocketed $3,917. Brown said he spent his day fishing the backs of three creeks in the mid-river area, including Big Wills Creek. “I didn’t do well until the sun got up around 10 a.m. and […]
Three seventh graders have started their own bass fishing tournament in Cadillac—reeling in local anglers big and small. Saturday is the first Annual CMS Bass Fishing Tournament at Kenwood Park. It got part of its name, CMS, from the names of its makers. Carson Carlington, Matthew Miehlke, and Keenan Suminski spearheaded its creation, but they insist they are only three of many involved in turning the idea into a reality. The three young anglers wanted […]