"Gentleman listen carefully. You are leaders of your family, you are leaders of your home, leaders of your sphere of influence, and I am going to tell you, the second you step out of God's will, others will follow you away from God."
We are no longer using the web address alchildrensclassic.org. We now support multiple charities and wanted to broaden our scope of offerings on our website. Alabama Classic is our new name and alclassic.com is our new website home.
Welcome Native Outdoors!
Welcome Bass Cash Bash!
Welcome Weigh5 Systems!
Even with the pandemic, civil unrest and just plain ole hot weather the classic was still a success!
With over 70 boats and 48 teams weighing fish we had 220 fish weighed which equaled 708 pounds of mossy back bucket mouths!
Congratulations to Heath and Ethan Greene for winning this year with a total of 23.46 pounds!
James Robert Rosen weighed in a tournament record 9.58 largemouth monster! Congratulations James Robert! You made history!
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Capt. Sam Williams Lake Eufaula Fishing Report - 01/01/1970
Water Level - 189.9 msl
Water Temp - 70's
Water Clarity - Heavy stain to Muddy
Lake Eufaula, Alabama
We had 4” of rain last weekend and it had muddied up the river in a big way. They are pulling water fairly steady and it is helping to clear up things pretty fast. It should be in great shape by the weekend.
The bass are working the shallows really heavy now and the blade baits are doing very good. Soft plastic on a Texas rig, jigs and shaky heads are getting more consistent all the time. The frog bite is picking up and as the pads and cover continue to develop, it will be even hotter. The old pad areas in behind some of the islands are beginning to develop under water and the bait fish and bass are moving into these areas as well. Top water jerk baits, spooks and poppers are doing the trick here. Bladed jigs are always a good choice in dirty water. The deeper fish are hitting deep cranks and Carolina rigs baited with big plastics.
Crappie are getting better on minnows in the trash piles. The night fishermen are our in good numbers around the causeway and bridge pilings fishing under lights. They will be in the shallows soon and the jigs cast to the cover will be the way to go then.
Shell crackers and bream are beginning to do well on the beds. They have been doing really well down South at the dam.
Catfish are settling in from the inconsistent weather. The jug fishermen are getting a great mess for the table using shad and cut bait. The bottom fishermen are doing well using worms and crawlers.
Remember the Alabama Classic Bass Tournament is coming up June 12. Visit www.alclassic to keep up with our latest news. Sign up for the news letter if you do not already get it. We want to thank Alfa Insurance for joining our team as our new Title Sponsor and guaranteeing our first place team a $5000.00 check, increasing our total payout for the top 15 teams to $15,000.00. The big fish pot is now a side pot split 60 / 40 % for the two biggest bass weighed in. That is a 100% pay back on big fish pot.
Be safe on the water, with the covid mess, we are seeing many more folks on the water fishing. This is a great time to spend precious family time making treasured memories and enjoying God’s great outdoors.
Pray for one another, love one another and remember; our Lord and Savior is in total control. As Christians, we know how this story ends, Praise God.
God Bless & Good Fishn’
Capt. Sam Williams
Hawk’s Fishing Guide Service
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Whether it's finding a cure, improving the quality of life or simply giving a helping hand, our goal is to not only raise money but to raise awareness.
Our team is dedicated to providing our community with a fun, safe and giving event year after year. Planning for an event doesn't start after the last one it starts during the last one. We are commited to our cause and doing our part one fish at a time.