|North Augusta dominates BASS state youth bass-fishing championship
150 Views - Posted: November 28 at 1:00 pm
Grayson Brandt of the North Augusta Fishing Team brought in the heaviest sack of bass, and his teammates took five of the top six places at the South Carolina 2013 BASS Federation National State Junior Championship, held Nov. 2 on Lake Murray.
|FLW's championship event coming to Lake Murray in 2014
474 Views - Posted: September 02 at 7:00 am
The announcement that the Forrest Wood Cup will return to Lake Murray next August has lit a fire in the competitive spirits of several South Carolina anglers who hope for a shot at the championship's $500,000 first prize.†
|North Augusta angler wins big on Clarks Hill
604 Views - Posted: August 21 at 7:29 pm
Tim Jones of North Augusta caught only nine bass during the two-day Bassmaster Weekend Series Division 9 championship tournament on Clarks Hill Lake this past weekend, but he still won the event by more than two pounds.
|Parker, Fleming win seniors tournament on Lake Murray
626 Views - Posted: August 16 at 9:32 am
Skip Parker of Laurens and Columbia's Burl Fleming were one of only six teams that brought a five-fish limit to the scales of the Aug. 10 Lake Murray Seniors Fishing Tournament, and they won the contest by one pound
|Winge, Culpepper are biggest of the
464 Views - Posted: August 14 at 5:30 pm
Christie Winge and Daniel Culpepper were the big winners in the 18th annual Big Kahuna Pier Fishing Tournament held Aug. 10 at Folly Beach Pier. Winge’s 2-pound, 14-ounces Spanish mackerel won the king mackerel category in the absence of any kings, and Culpepper had a five-fish aggregate catch of five pounds, one ounce, with a trout, two bluefish and two whiting.
|Midwestern anglers dominate King Kat tournament on Santee Cooper
594 Views - Posted: August 07 at 1:00 pm
Hot weather and high water greeted 30 teams for the Aug. 2-3 Cabela’s King Kat catfish tournament on the Santee Cooper lakes, and a pair of Midwestern fishermen came out on top with a two-day total of 130 pounds, worth $4,300.
|Freeman, Farmer win night tournament on Lake Murray
629 Views - Posted: August 01 at 11:37 am
Samuel Freeman of Pomaria teamed up with Columbia's Scott Farmer to win the July 23 Buddy's Marine Tuesday Night Tournament on Lake Murray with a 5-fish limit weighing 16.48 pounds.
|Barnwell students win high-school bass fishing world championship
487 Views - Posted: July 25 at 1:00 pm
Trevor Jeffers and Hunter Bragg, seniors at the Barnwell County Career Center, won the High School Fishing World Finals Championship on Arkansas’ Lake Dardanelle, topping 133 other high school teams from 20 states in the July 17-20 tournament.
|Olsen is top angler in Charleston Coastal Anglers tournament
461 Views - Posted: July 24 at 9:58 am
Robert Olsen was named Outstanding Angler in the Charleston Coastal Anglers 30th annual fishing tournament, held July 20 in Charleston. He caught the two biggest king mackerel, fishing weighing 40.80 and 23.97 pounds, and he finished second and third in the black sea bass category with identical fish that weighed 1.52 pounds.
|Pomaria anglers go deep to win on Monticello
728 Views - Posted: July 17 at 8:36 pm
Andy Wicker and Dan McGlohorn of Pomaria dominated the Lake Monticello Thursday Night Tournament on July 11, bringing 18.2 pounds to the scales, winning by more than 4 pounds, and collecting $250.
|Double J's big king wins tournament in Beaufort
473 Views - Posted: July 12 at 12:00 pm
Jerry Gregory and the crew of the Double J certainly didnít mind how the postponement of the Beaufort Water Festival King Mackerel Tournament worked out.
|North Augusta angler wins with only limit on Savannah River
608 Views - Posted: July 11 at 12:51 pm
Dale Hart of North Augusta was the only fishermen to bring a limit to the scales, winning a tough Savannah River's American Fishing Tour Division 94 tournament last weekend.
|Gregory tops SKA paddlers at Catawba River
496 Views - Posted: July 04 at 12:08 pm
Drew Gregory of Charlotte, N.C., won the Southern Kayak Association's Catawba Clash Bass Tournament on the Catawba River out of Fort Mill. Gregory pocketed $450, beating out 17 other kayak anglers in a "catch, photo, release" tournament where anglers photograph their fish next to a ruler and a unique tournament identifier, then release the fish.
|Sumter fishermen make it two in a row on Wateree
691 Views - Posted: June 27 at 3:00 pm
Billy McIntosh and Rick McLean of Sumter made it back-to-back victories by winning a second-consecutive Carolina Anglers Team Trail tournament June 22 on Lake Wateree with a 20.57-pound sack.
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