There has always been a nagging question that continually finds its way into my mind and in some respects the minds of those who’ve taken the time out to be on the fields in the sun, rain, snow and sleet.
Last week 32 members of the Match Tracker shooting team, based in Alex City, attended the Steel Challenge World Championship in Talladega.
At the Alexander City Shooting Club the rapid fire which can be heard on most days may confuse some into thinking that someone had brought a machine gun, but in fact it is Vance Williamson with his Ruger 10/22. He’s practicing for the SCSA Steel Challenge World Championship which started Thursday and ends Sunday.
It was cold and icy as anglers back their boats down the ramps Saturday morning for the Lake Martin stop of the Alabama Bass Trail. But the weather didn’t stop the fisherman.
Anglers with the Alabama Bass Trail launched from Wind Creek State Park Saturday morning as the sun rose over Lake Martin. One lucky boat will take home $10,000 as the first place prize Saturday afternoon.
Despite the cold, fishing should be good on Lake Martin Saturday for the annual stop of the Alabama Bass Trail and its $10,000 first place prize.
With the COVID-19 pandemic throwing a wrench into everyone’s plans, people are finding ways to get creative. With many colleges being forced to cancel golf tournaments, Willow Point Golf & Country Club is taking matters into its own hands by hosting a tournament for college players and amateurs alike.