ARCHDALE BASS CLUB
Your Archdale Bass Club’s June 7 tourney on Tuckertown Reservoir is a striking example of what is right in our communities.
Your Archdale Bass Club launched to just above frost-forming temperatures at High Rock Lake May 17. The greeting we got from the bass was just about as chilly.
This month’s BASSMaster Magazine ranked Randleman Regional Reservoir No. 61 in this year’s national top 100 lakes.
Dakota Shaw of the Randleman Outdoor Youth Club, along with Chris Carnes of the South Fork club near Charlotte, finished second in the North Carolina’s youth teams in the Southern BASS Regional Tournament held at Lake Eufaula, Ala. the week of April 14.
Tuckertown Reservoir is a great little pond nestled between its better known recreational cousins of High Rock and Badin lakes.
Your Archdale Bass Club chose the nuclear option for their second 2014 tournament. Shearon Harris Lake is a weedy cooling water lake for a Duke Energy reactor located in New Hill, just southwest of Raleigh. The lake is known for oversized bass.
Space is still available for farm-equipment hobbyists, musicians and food vendors who want to take part in the Got to Be NC Festival set for May 16-18 at the State Fairgrounds.
Finally. Even though it was very obvious from the sleet on the dock Saturday morning at Circle Drive on Badin Lake, your Archdale Bass Club was excited like the French when Lindbergh landed defying the winter.
We’re back! Welcome to 2014 and “Winter-geddon.”
The NASCAR Hall of Fame will offer free admission to all fans on Saturday, Feb. 1, as part of Fan Appreciation Day — a full day of special activities that includes autograph and question-and-answer sessions with current drivers and Hall of Famers.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission believes the recruitment and retention of hunters is critical to long-term conservation and management of North Carolina’s wildlife resources.
Jason Lassiter’s 2014 New Year’s resolution is to exceed the hunting season he had this year. But that’s gonna be tough.
One of the great things about our little corner of the Piedmont is its deep sense of community. For the second year, Davis Feed and Seed has hosted the Dreaming Big Deer Hunt for local handicapped citizens.
This year’s “Great NASQUACK Duck Race,” benefiting the Randolph County Partnership for Children, exceeded previous years’ participation.