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--Danny Singleton

Alabama Classic Bass Tournament

October 15, 2022 - Lake Eufaula

First Place - $5,000.00

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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.

Welcome Native Outdoors!

Welcome Bass Cash Bash!

Welcome Power-Pole!

Congratulations to John Pearson from Perey Georgia for winning the two Power Poles giveaway!!!

2021 Alabama Classic...

Fishing was tough but that didn't stop Jeff Morey & Rick Smith from posting an 18.99 lb. score!

With over 60 boats and 30 teams weighing fish we had over 100 fish weighed which equaled over 260 pounds of mossy back bucket mouths!

Congratulations to Jay Grogan and Ryan Ingram for winning big bass this year with a 7.25 pound bass!

Jeff Morey & Rick Smith weighed in a 6.90 largemouth monster!

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Alabama Classic Sponsors

Mister Twister
Piggly Wiggly - Eufaula
Superior Pecan Co.
Satterwhites Furniture
Cajun Corner - Eufaula
Just Another Shop - Eufaula
Cotton & Kidzu - Eufaula
SS Marine Products - Gator Guard
Red Lobster - Dothan AL
Ande Monofilament
Mojo Sportswear
Moe's Jigs
Poarch Creek Indians
Fitzgerald Rods
Henry Arms
Egret Baits
JJ's Magic
Killingsworth Hardware - Clayton AL
RTIC Coolers
Food Giant
Price Drug Co. - Eufaula
Magnolia & Lace - Eufaula
The Slice - Eufaula
Tractor Supply - Eufaula
Little Ceasars - Eufaula
Pizza Hut - Eufaula
Barb's Country Kitchen - Eufaula
Southern Comfort
Scenic Cable Productions
Chewalla Creek Marina
Big Hammer Swimbaits
Inked & Stitched - Eufaula
Daiichi Fish Hooks
Rod Glove
Zoom Bait Company
Skirmish Baits
EGO S2 Slider
Copter Pest Control - Enterprise
Simple Cuts Lawn Care - Leesburg GA
Action Marine
Lady Bugs and Lace
Pepper Pot
Walmart - Eufaula
Technical Solutions & Maintenance
Big H chicken
Captain D's
Blue Moon
Mark Rose - Professional Angler
Michelle's Buffet - Georgetown
Tisa's Cakes - Eufaula
Willy T's - Eufaula
Advantage Bait Company
G3 Boats
Duckett Fishing
Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits
Revenge Bait Company
Manns Bait Company
Pepsi - Buffalo Rock
Hawk's Guide Service
Top Brass
Little Debbie Snacks
Lure Lock
Power Pole
Eufaula-Barbour Chamber
Zaxby's of Columbus and Eufaula
Strike Zone Lures
Southern Plastics
Chattahoochee Valley Forestry Serv
Econo Lodge
D and J Plastics
Georgetown Marine
Ronnie's Auto
Big Bite Baits
Badcock Home Furnishing - Eufaula
The Flower Hut
NAPA Auto Parts - Eufaula
Baker Furniture
Carbo Ceramics Inc.
Fishing Guides Home Page
Zeigler Meat Co.
Worden Lures/Yakima Bait Co.
Mizmo Bait Co.
Georgetown Sand and Gravel
Shane Durrance Photography
Weigh5 Systems LLC
O'Reilly Auto Parts - Eufaula
Marvin's Building Materials - Eufaula
Advance Auto Parts - Eufaula
Keystone Foods
Buckeye Lures
Yamamoto Custom Baits
Native Outdoors
Rigged & Ready

Capt. Sam Williams Lake Eufaula Fishing Report - 06/11/2022

Water Level - 188.05 msl

Water Temp - 86

Water Clarity - Perfect stain

The warm weather has arrived and early and late fishing is the most comfortable for fishermen. The mid day heat is the best time to work on the bass that are transitioning to the first drop to find cooler water. Slow moving swim jigs, white with white trailer has been a good bait to present. Where you can find pads or grass, Frogs, and blade baits are working. As this action slows, use the jig or a Texas rig with red shad, green pumpkin or watermelon candy. These need to be worked slow as well. These have been so many tournaments lately, these fish must be coerced

Into a strike. Square billed crank baits in shad colors and lipless crank baits are the trick if you find shad or feeding fish.

 Crappie are beginning to hold better of the ledges where you find  natural or man-made trash piles. Minnows and minnow tipped jigs are the bait to use. We have even taken a few crappie on crickets while bream fishing.

 Blue gills are hot right now on crickets. Work the bank cover in the creeks. The great thing about fishing these areas, you can keep your boat in the shade as the day heats up. Use a #8 long shank cricket hook and you will get more fish in the live well. These little rascals have all been schooled in how to steal your cricket before the bobber sets up straight.


The shell crackers are on the flats eating wigglers. Bottom fishing for these is a lot of fun, they can put up quite a fight. You will also get some squealer cat fish that are the best eating fish on the river. Take an old syringe and inject some air in the red wigglers, the go on the hook better and the fish find it harder to strip the worm off your hook.


Catfish are always wanting to eat. Crawlers and cut bait on the bottom are working on the ledges. Jugs, baited with shad, cut bate and chicken livers are doing great. Jug fishing is a great way to keep kid’s focused as they watch the jugs begin to move. Take an old telescoping bream buster and wrap a hook on the end and use it to pick up the jugs when a fish is on. You will not lose as many of the big cat’s as you do by hand lining them.


This is the perfect time of the year to get some quality family time while fishing from the bank or a boat. These memories will be talked about at your family gatherings for generations to come.


Remember the October 15th, 2022 Alabama Classic Bass Tournament that supports Niemann-Pic Disease research to help find a cure for these precious terminally ill children and Darby;s Warrior Support where we take post 9/11 combat wounded and PTSD heroes hunting and fishing. Registration is now open at www.alclassic.com or call 334 355 5057 for details. Your entry fee is a tax donation and the purse is $15,000.00.


The Parks and recreation is bringing back the Kid’s Fishing Rodeo at Creektown Park July 22. Register your child by calling the Community Center at 334 687 1213.


Remember to wear your life jackets when under way to your fishing spot. Keep plenty of water and sunscreen with you. There is a lot of boat traffic this time of year, be aware of other boats running near you, the smaller boats ALWAYS have the right of way, that’s the law. We do not need ant tragedies on the lake this year.


Pray for one another and our law enforcement officers,  military and their families. We serve a living God  who teaches us to love one another.


God Bless & Good Fishn’

Capt. Sam Williams

Hawk’s Fishing Guide Service

334 355 5057

God Bless & Good Fishin'
Capt. Sam
Hawks Fishing Guide Service

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.