Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. And sometimes you should have won but you lose because you didn’t enter the tournament.
Last weekend I fished with Tyler Purcell from Townsville in both Angler’s Choice tournaments on Kerr Lake.
Our state parks have a theme each year to help highlight a certain aspect of N.C. state parks.
Things are looking up. Not only did I finally catch a few good fish last weekend and earn a little money, but a couple of mechanical problems that I thought were major turned out to be almost trivial.
Well, I did it again. After finding a bunch of fish on Friday while prefishing for the Kerr Lake BFL, I had a middle of the pack finish Saturday
after weighing in two fish that totaled less than 5 pounds.
Fishing last weekend went to the birds for me. Literally.
The current Big East will be called the American Athletic Conference starting next season.
I had a great time Wednesday and Thursday of this week at Lake Wylie competing with state wildlife resource officer Johnny Young in the N.C. WRC bass tournament.
Whether or not weapons are allowed in state parks has been a question that park rangers are asked frequently. In general, weapons (firearms, air guns, bows and arrows, slingshots or lethal missiles of any kind) have always been prohibited in state parks.
Fishing in miserable cold and heavy rain last Saturday, Cameron Newhouse and Kristie Hall won the state ABA East couples season opener tournament on Hyco Lake.