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Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report Jan. 6th edition
CCBC
The Cleveland County Bass Club have had their annual rules and officers changes/meeting. The new officers for the 2011 season are:Tammy Melton-Pres., Ray Hembree-V.P., Ronnie Humphries-Sec/Tres., Roger Beaver-Tournament Director, Chuck Camp, Asst. T.D. I would expect to get their lake schedule any day now but knowing Roger, I feel as if it will be a very good one with some really good lakes and at great times. Best of luck to all the CCBC members in 2011.
KOSA
The retirees have been hit hard with holidays, weather and sickness/surgeries, but plans are to fish Lake Wylie this week.
J & J
The J & J Lake Norman Winter Trail fished both days last weekend. On saturday, 65 boats came out. When the scales were put away, Nathan White and TJ Harris had the win with a catch of 12.20. Craig Chambers and Hank Cherry were second with 11.85 followed closely by Darren Sigmon and Brian Huffman with 11.55. Maurice Freeze and Rick Poplin took fourth with 11.40 and completing the top five was Matthew Frazier and Chad Taylor with 11.15. Big bass of the day was a 4.55 largemouth brought in by Roger Griffin and Mike Lovelace. The next event on the saturday schedule will be Jan. 8, from 9am til 4pm out of Midway Landing.
On Sunday only 44 boats came out but the catches went up. Shane Lineberger and Hank Cherry had 14.60 to take the win followed by Jerry Bono and Chad Poteat with 14.35. Also with 14.35 was Buddy Black. Craig Chambers and Keith Ogden had 12.60 and were fourth with Shane Lehew and Adam Waters taking fifth with 11.25. Tyler Beam had a 5.05 largemouth and got big bass of the day. The Sunday trail will fish on Jan. 9, also from 9am til 4pm out of Midway Landing.
If anyone has any suggestions on stories or pictures of their catch or kill, you can e-mail me at plail5@carolina.rr.com. TITLE THE E-MAIL STORY OR PICTURE “FOR SHOPPER” OR I WILL ASSUME IT’S JUNK MAIL AND NOT OPEN IT.

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