|Cherokee Fishing Club
|Goals and Objectives
|1. To unite the club members in the bonds of friendship, good
sportsmanship, and mutual understanding.
2. To aid in the permanent preservation and conservation of our natural
resources at Lake Cherokee.
3. To create a greater interest in fishing at Lake Cherokee.
4. To be educational and promote the sport of fishing on Lake Cherokee.
Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month and begin at 7:00
Meetings are held at the Cherokee Water Company Office
located at NK 20 Lake Cherokee. Children are welcome!
Refreshments are available at each meeting
and we have our "Famous Monthly Raffle Drawings"
Next CFC Monthly Meeting
Monday, July 14, 2014
Cherokee Water Company Office
NK 20 Lake Cherokee
CFC Kid's Catfish Tournament
Saturday September 13, 2015
(Rain Date Saturday September 20)
CFC Members Only Saturday
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Monthly CFC Meetings 2014
" July 14
" August 11
" September 08
" October 13
" November 10
" December 08
|2014-15 Schedule of Events
|Southland Feed is a great place to purchase
your fish food and lawn care items and they are
dedicated to serve quality feed and supply. They
also carry Cyber WP that kills spiders, fireants
and other unwanted insect pest. That product
can be used in the place of Demon insect killer.
This product cost about $20.00 less than Demon
and is just as effective.
Now in effect
New Policy for Bass Length and Possession for Harvesting
Possession Limits on Black Bass 10
Bass to be kept by fishermen must be 17" and under
|Rick Loomis, Guide at Lake Fork, professional fisherman and
past host on a fishing show, "Honey Hole," and a winner of the
Skeeter's Owners Tournament on Lake Fork, will be the
programs speaker for the July 14 meeting.
|Protect Our Waters
Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!
In order to manage and conserve our natural resources, Texas Parks and
Wildlife Department enforces laws to protect our state waters against the
introduction of exotic aquatic species. Fish, shellfish, and aquatic plants
that are not native to Texas may compete with native animals and plants
for food and space. Because introduced species lack natural enemies in
their new environment, they can multiply and spread at an alarming rate,
interfering with boat traffic, affecting water quality, and causing a range
of other problems. For more information, visit TexasInvasives.org
Invasive zebra mussels have infested several Texas lakes. The Texas
Parks and Wildlife Commission has enacted new regulations to curb the
spread of this dangerous pest. Boaters and anglers in some North and
Central Texas counties are now required to drain all water from boats
and on-board receptacles before leaving or approaching a public water
Clean Recreational Equipment
Exotics often travel from one water body to another by "hitching a ride"
on a watercraft. To curb the spread of these invasive species, boaters in
Texas are required by law to remove harmful plants and animals from
boats and trailers before leaving the vicinity of a lake, river, or bay.
Follow These Simple Steps
Remove all plants, animals, and mud and thoroughly wash everything,
including crevices and other hidden areas.
Eliminate all water before leaving the area, including wells, ballast, and
engine cooling water.
Allow time for your boat to completely dry before launching in other
If your boat has been in infested waters for an extended period of time, or
if you cannot perform the required steps above, you should have your boat
professionally cleaned with high-pressure scalding hot water (>140°F)
before transporting to any other body of water.
|A 33lb11oz Flathead caught by Ben Preston jr. (l) and helping hold the fish are Rachael and Joey
|Allan Franklin 8 lb Bass
|Regan Wyche and "Wiz" with a nice crappie
|Steve Brown 4 lb Bass