Fishing Teams Place in FishLife
Collegiate Bass Tournament
Students in the Northeast Alabama Community College Fishing Club
placed well in the FishLife series collegiate fishing tournament
March 8 on Lake Guntersville. Thirty-eight boats competed in
this tournament including the University of Alabama, UAB, and
out-of-state Clemson University.
Northeast was represented well with Hayden Tilley and Jeff
Reynolds placing seventh. Coming within a couple of pounds of
first place, Trey O’Daniel and Seth Phillips finished second.
Trey and Seth made a long trip up river and it paid off well for
them bringing in 27.7 lbs.
“Bryan Roe and I loved getting to be there and see our whole
team fishing this tournament,” said Ross Boydston. “It was a
great start to the 2014 season.” Roe and Boydston are sponsors
of the NACC Fishing Club.
NACC Fishing will be competing next in the Cabela’s BoatUS
Collegiate Bass Fishing Open on March 14 on Lake Chickamauga for
a chance at $2,400 first place prize.
The FishLife Collegiate Tour was established by Sportsman’s
Media Group in 2012 to give all collegiate anglers a chance to
compete against one another and other college teams in a series
that spans the entire year fishing the beautiful lakes of
Alabama. This is Northeast’s second year entering the
For more information about NACC Fishing, contact Ross Boydston (firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone ext. 2274) or Bryan Roe (email@example.com
or phone ext. 2244).
Trey O’Daniel and Seth Phillips show
the catch that earned them second place.
Hayden Tilley and Jeff Reynolds
placed seventh in the tournament.
Pictured below are the NACC teams that
competed in at the FishLife series collegiate fishing tournament
on Lake Guntersville on March 8, 2014.