Scholarship bass fishing tournament announced




NACOGDOCHES, Texas - The Campus Recreation Department of Stephen F. Austin State University will host the inaugural Dr. Raymond Lee Worsham Scholarship Bass Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 29, at Jackson Hill Park and Marina on Lake Sam Rayburn in Broaddus. All proceeds will benefit the Dr. Raymond Lee Worsham Scholarship for SFA Campus Recreation established with the SFA Alumni Association. Dr. Raymond "Ray" Worsham was the intramural department director at SFA for 43 years prior to the creation of the Campus Recreation Department. The scholarship was created to honor Worsham's dedication and lasting impact at the university and will provide financial assistance to student employees of the Campus Recreation Department. Participants can register for the tournament online at www.sfaalumni.com, mail a registration form to the SFA Alumni Association or register at the Jackson Hill boat ramp before the tournament starts. There will be a cash prize for first, second and third places and for "Big Bass." The entry fee is $80 per boat with an optional $50 side pot. For more information, contact Kati Van Dunk at [email protected] or Travis Lankford at [email protected] -SFA- Contact: SFA Public Affairs 936) 468-2605




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Thursday

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Dec. 1)

GOOD. Water stained; 62 degrees; 3.30 feet low. Bass are relating to points and main lake brush piles using jigging spoons and crankbaits. Crappie continue to migrate into the river, with catches in the brushpiles using whitehead jigs or minnows. Catfish continue to move into shallow water and into the creeks. Report by Lynn Atkinson, Reel Um N Guide Service.

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