Sporting clays event will help fund KARL
Flint Oak Hunters wanting to sharpen their skills before opening day this fall can do so while helping out a non-profit educational organization that assists with rural development the Kansas Agriculture and Rural Leadership Program.
A 10-station competition on the sporting clays courses of Flint Oak is scheduled on Sept. 21. Pre-registration is required.
Forms are available by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Flint Oak" in the subject line or by calling (785) 532-6300.
The form is due with the benefit fee of $100 for single or $375 for a team of four by Sept. 1.
Dave Hertlein and D.J. Hertlein of Topeka teamed to catch 13 channel cats that weighed 28.5 pounds and won the ninth annual Perry Lake Channel Catfish Invitational tournament last weekend.
Frank, Cheever win
Randy Frank of Junction City and Rick Cheever of Manhattan caught 51 pounds of catfish and won the World Wide Catfish Anglers Tournament Series last Sunday at Milford Lake. They also won big- fish honors with a 21-pounder. Al Dieball and Robert Drury, both of Lawrence, finished second.
Jerry Benjamin won last weekend's Lawrence Bass Club tournament at Truman Lake in Missouri. Mike Klopfenstein was second and Kelly Hoover third. Also, in an event at Lake of the Ozarks, Tyler Crotts won, Cameron Roth was second and Jason Benjamin third. Phil Alterman caught the largest bass.