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Southern Fishing News is pleased to feature AirBAITS, another one of our quality sponsors. The AirBAIT line of lures is made with a patented MC Technology process that makes the lures very buoyant.
The Shoals Youth Bassmasters has released the youth club’s tournament schedule for the 2019 season. The club’s season kicks off May 18 out of the First Creek ramp on Wheeler Lake. The schedule for 2019 consists of six tournaments fished on Wheeler, Wilson and Pickwick Lakes.
PICKWICK LAKE, Ala., April 4, 2019 – In 2006, the first national college angling tournament, the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship, drew more than 40 teams to Lake Lewisville, Texas. Now over 200 coed college teams are expected to participate in the 14th Annual BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops, held at Pickwick Lake, Alabama, May 23-24. Anglers will compete for a chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, as well as major points for the most prestigious title in all of college fishing.
Carl Morris Jr. left, and Rob Parsons struggle to hold the 114.96-pound blue catfish caught on Wheeler Lake.
Southern Fishing News has announced AirBAIT Tackle has joined the team of quality sponsors.
AirBaits Tackle is a plastic lure manufacturer based in Indianapolis, IN. The company presently produces a line of six suspending baits- AirRig; AirBait, AirWorm, AirBubbler, GameChanger, and the AirCraw.
Boat owners can now help support conservation efforts in Alabama when renewing their boat registration. First made available in 2018, the purchase of a distinctive registration identification sticker for their vessels provides boaters the opportunity to help financially support certain college and university programs as well as state parks, the Forever Wild program, and freshwater fisheries conservation in Alabama.
Think about running down the lake to a great springtime fishing location when all of a sudden all hell breaks loose! Your big outboard engine is now on your back deck and running wildly. Your fishing buddy has already taken a hit from the lower unit and you have been slammed into the steering wheel and console.
Sound impossible? Think again. This catastrophic situation actually happened on Wheeler Lake in North Alabama.
Ron McDonald, Editor, and Publisher, has announced that recent posts to the Southern Fishing News Facebook page are now available, and linked, directly on the site.
Random thoughts to consider…or not