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Alabama Classic Bass Tournament

June 12, 2021 - Lake Eufaula

2021 Total Purse - $15,000.00

  • First Place - $5,000.00
  • Second Place - $3,500.00
  • 15 Places Paid
  • 1st & 2nd Big Bass Paid

Formerly Known As Alabama Children's Classic


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.

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2020 Classic...

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 - 01/13/2021

Water Level - 188.34 msl

Water Temp - low 50's

Water Clarity - heav

Lake Eufaula, Alabama

 The cold, windy and rainy conditions have kept fishermen indoors for the most part. Coved-19 has slowed down the guide business due to travel precautions, but fishing and outdoor activities are still safe during these crazy times. The fish remain lethargic in the cool water.

 

Bass are holding in deeper, warmer water early. Locate the structure on your electronics; work the areas out with different baits to entice a strike. Deep crank baits can cover an area faster, if that does not get their interest; vertically work a jigging spoon in the fish you see on the electronics, you can keep it in front of them longer. The hammered spoon creates a lash if the water is clear enough but also caused a vibration that attracts their attention. As the sun rises and the shallows warm, watch for the birds to begin to feed, work these areas with blade baits, chatter baits are a good in the dirty water. Soft plastics on a Texas rig or shaky head worked slowly are a good bet. Red shades are good in dirty water. Working a jerk bait or spook with deliberate motions will create action that will draw attention to a lazy bass.

 

Crappie are still holding on the deeper trash and structure in 12 to 20 feet. Minnows are the answer for a good mess for the table. Jigging with a minnow can attached can get them excited.

 

Catfish are still feeding on jugs; cut bait is a good choice.

 

We are now taking entries for the Scott Woodruff Heart Transplant Tournament; go to the Albany Bass Club website to register. The Alabama Classic Bass Tournament is also open for registration now. Thanks to Alfa Insurance, we have a guaranteed first place check for $5000.00 ready for the winning team, a total of $15,000.00 purse for the top fifteen teams. Boat numbers will be assigned upon receipt of paid entry fees. All information is on both web sites.

 

Be safe on the water, dress warm and enjoy the beautiful outdoors God has provided for us. Pray for one another in these trying times and always remember America was founded for freedom to worship, trusting God is our answer.

 

God Bless & Good Fishn’

Capt. Sam Williams

www.hawksfishingguideservice.com

God Bless & Good Fishin'
Capt. Sam
Hawks Fishing Guide Service
334.355.5057
www.hawksfishingguideservice.com
www.alclassic.com

Our Mission

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.


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