Showing posts with label Fishing Tournament. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fishing Tournament. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Tom Clark, Bo Pugh Win GSNCA Fishing Tournament

The annual Bill Ireland Invitational Fishing Tournament was held June 22-23 on Lake Alice at Kanawahala Program Center (KPC) in Chelsea, Ala. Proceeds benefitted the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama.

The tournament kicked-off Friday, June 22 with a Captain’s Party. The Captain’s Party included venison sausage appetizers and beverages with a silent auction. The Cajun Connection cooking team provided dinner which included fried catfish, smoked pork, shrimp etouffee, hush puppies and a salad. Magic Muffins provided two gorgeous cakes for dessert.

On Saturday, Tom Clark and Bo Pugh took home the first place trophy for 22.46 lbs. of bass. Coming in second was Chuck and Casey Graham with 20.63 lbs. of bass. Coming in at a close third was Henley Smith and John Hudson of O’Neal Steel with 20.46 lbs. of bass.

Jamie White of Brasfield and Gorrie won the largest bass, weighing in at 7.10 lbs. Bo Adams of AlaCOMP caught the most fish, with 43 bass. Chuck Graham caught 7.6 lbs. of stripe and Sam Farlow caught 3.5 lbs. of catfish.

The fishing tournament started in 2004, and was re-named in 2010 in honor of a wonderful Girl Scout supporter, Bill Ireland Sr. This year’s event is being chaired by Gabe Hulbert. Other committee members include Tom Clark, Caroline Clayton, Phyllis Davis, Marjorie Davis-Trimm, April Deal, Joel Goldstein, Chuck Graham, Bill Granberry, Bill Satterfield and Alice Williams. Largemouth sponsors included AlaCOMP, Alabama Power and Southland Tube, Inc.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Fishing Tournament to Benefit Girls

The annual Bill Ireland Invitational Fishing Tournament will be held June 22-23 on Lake Alice at Kanawahala Program Center (KPC) located in Chelsea, AL. Proceeds will benefit the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama.

The tournament will kick-off Friday, June 22 with a Captain’s Party from 6-8:30 p.m. at KPC. The evening includes a silent auction and dinner.

Following a 6 a.m. breakfast on Saturday, June 23, the tournament will begin with a shotgun start at Lake Alice on KPC and other private, local lakes. Lunch will be provided and an awards presentation will follow. Overnight accommodations are provided.

Sponsorship levels range from $500 to $2500. Fishing only is $500. Prizes will be awarded for bass weight and all other species including catfish and bream. Small fish may be iced or put in live wells, and fish over 14” must be released back into the lake. All other fish may be taken home. No live bait will be allowed.

The fishing tournament started in 2004, and was re-named in 2010 in honor of a wonderful Girl Scout supporter, Bill Ireland, Sr. This year’s event is being chaired by Gabe Hulbert. Other committee members include Tom Clark, Caroline Clayton, Phyllis Davis, Marjorie Davis-Trimm, April Deal, Joel Goldstein, Chuck Graham, Bill Granberry, Bill Satterfield and Alice Williams.

For more information, please contact Leah Beth Downs at ldowns@girlscoutnsca.org or 800-734-4541 x1030. You may visit www.girlscoutsnca.org/fishing for a sponsorship brochure.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Fishing Tournament to Benefit GSNCA

The second annual Bill Ireland Invitational Fishing Tournament will be held June 24-25 on Lake Alice at Kanawahala Program Center (KPC) located in Chelsea, AL. Proceeds will benefit the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama.

The tournament will kick-off Friday, June 24 with a Captain’s Party from 6-8:30 p.m. at KPC. The dinner includes a silent auction and dinner by the award-winning Alabama Wildlife Federation cooking team, “The Cajun Connection.”

Silent auction items include a Dell Laptop, North Carolina vacation at mountain home on the Nantahala River, Signed photos of Cam Newton, Mark Ingram and Nick Saban, a diamond necklace from Levy’s Fine Jewelry, Jewelry from Barton Clay and home items, restaurant gift cards, jewelry and more!

Following a 6 a.m. breakfast on Saturday, June 25, the tournament will begin with a shotgun start at Lake Alice on KPC and other private, local lakes. Lunch will be provided and an awards presentation will follow. Overnight accommodations can be provided.

Sponsorship levels range from $500 to $2500. Prizes will be awarded for bass weight an all other species including catfish and bream. Fish may be iced or put in live wells, and fish over 14” much be released back into the lake. All other fish may be taken home. No live bait will be allowed.

The fishing tournament started in 2004, and is now being revived in honor of a wonderful Girl Scout supporter, Bill Ireland, Sr. This year’s event is being chaired by Gabe Hulbert. Other committee members include Tahiera Brown, Tom Clark, Phyllis Davis, Marjorie Davis-Trimm, April Deal, Joel Goldstein and Alice Williams.

Current sponsors include Alabama Power, Barber’s Diary and EBSCO.

For more information, please contact Julie Carter at jcarter@girlscoutnsca.org or 800-734-4541 x1030. You may visit www.girlscoutsnca.org/fishing for a sponsorship brochure.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Barber's Dairy Wins GSNCA Fishing Tournament

Pictured: Brent Suggs & Lynn Holt with their first place trophy.
The inaugural Bill Ireland Invitational Fishing Tournament was held August 13-14 on Lake Alice at Kanawahala Program Center (KPC) located in Chelsea, AL. Proceeds benefited the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama.

The tournament kicked-off Friday, August 13 with a Captain’s Party on the deck of Lake Alice at KPC. The Captain’s Party included appetizers and beverages with a silent auction. Following the 6 a.m. breakfast on Saturday, August 14, the tournament began with a shotgun start on Lake Alice at KPC and other private, local lakes.

Lynn Holt and Brent Suggs of Barber’s Dairy took home the first place trophy for 23.54 lbs of largemouth bass. Coming in second was Jim Parsons and Reed Rogers with 19.62 lbs of largemouth bass. Barely behind capturing third place was father/son team Dennis & Jackson Smith with 19.2 lbs.

Brent Suggs of Barber’s Dairy won the largest bass, with a weight of 7.2 lbs. Jason Parsons had the most fish, with 18 filling his ice chest. Coming in first for all other species was Jim Parsons and Reed Rogers with 13.27. Second for all other species was Bob Suellentrop and Jim Parker with .75 lbs.

The fishing tournament, started in 2004, was revived in honor of a wonderful Girl Scout supporter, Bill Ireland, Sr. This year’s event was chaired by Tom Clark, Alice Williams and Marjorie Davis-Trimm. Sponsors included Alabama Power, Barber’s Diary, George Barber, Jr., EBSCO, Ted Kennedy, The Ireland Family, Regions Bank, Servis 1st Bank, Talladega Superspeedway and Vulcan Materials.

Friday, July 9, 2010

GSNCA to host Fishing Tournament in August!

The inaugural Bill Ireland Invitational Fishing Tournament will be held August 13-14 on Lake Alice at Kanawahala Program Center (KPC) located in Chelsea, AL. Proceeds will benefit the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama.

The tournament will kick-off Friday, August 13 with a Captain’s Party from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at KPC. Following a 6 a.m. breakfast on Saturday, August 14, the tournament will begin with a shotgun start at Lake Alice on KPC and other private, local lakes. Lunch will be provided and an awards presentation will follow. Overnight accommodations can be provided.

Sponsorship levels range from $500 to $2500. Prizes will be awarded for bass weight an all other species including catfish and bream. Fish may be iced or put in live wells, and fish over 14” much be released back into the lake. All other fish may be taken home. No live bait will be allowed.

The fishing tournament started in 2004, and is now being revived in honor of a wonderful Girl Scout supporter, Bill Ireland, Sr. This year’s event is being chaired by Tom Clark. Current sponsors include Alabama Power, Barber’s Diary, EBSCO and Vulcan Materials.

For more information, please contact Julie Carter at jcarter@girlscoutnsca.org or 800-734-4541 x1030. You may visit www.girlscoutsnca.org/fishing.php for a sponsorship brochure.