|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 P.M.
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, March 10, 2014
Cherokee Water Company Office
NK 20 Lake Cherokee
CFC Annual Spring Bass Tournament
Saturday April 12, 2014
CFC Kid's Catfish Tournament
Saturday September 13, 2014
(Rain Date Saturday September 20)
CFC Fall Bass Tournament
Saturday October 18, 2014
Monthly CFC Meetings 2014
Monday January 13
" February 10
" March 10
" April 14
" May 12
" June 09
" July 14
" August 11
" September 08
" October 13
" November 10
" December 08
|The scheduled events for the Cherokee
Fishing Club for the 2014 year is listed
below. As you can see, the tournament
dates, Kid's Tournament and Monthly
meeting dates are posted. I will find a spot
to keep this list throughout the year on
this site but you can also Copy&Paste the
information to have a hard copy of the
|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.
|The winnersof the monthly raffle are; front row Tommy Hooten, second row left is Charley Haynes, Dr. Larry
Huffman, Mike Jordan and Josh Sutton and back row is Willard Jordan
|We would appreciate any photos you may have of recent fishing trips. Please
share the photos and send them in to me, as soon as possible. I will begin
updating the other pages on the site very soon. On the update schedule, we will
post the revised entry form for the Spring Bass Tournament that will be held in
April. Of course we will have the forms printed in the Cherokee Chatter that you
will received the first week of March and April.
We will also begin a new page that contains the fish that are being caught in 2014,
after we begin receiving recent catches.
If you have any suggestions to improve the Cherokee Fishing Club site please
send the information to me by email, text or give me a call.
|Our meeting is this Monday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m. The program speaker for the meeting will be Vince Fowler. Vince has devised a way
to keep River Otter from stealing fish in the live baskets you put your fish in. I know that last month, I had river Otters take a 12 and 10
pound catfish out of my barrel that is used to keep my fish in, until I am ready to clean them. Vince will bring the materials you will need
to Otter Proof your basket or barrel.
|As everyone knows, we have a raffle at the end of each meeting and Monday night
the items to be raffled off are;
1. Buff Sun protection head wear and Polar Gloves that protect hands from the sun.
Buff clothing has been discussed at our meetings. Many pros and serious
use this gear to help prevent skin cancer due to daily exposure to the suns rays.
2. Mister Twister Electric Fillet Knife and $20.00 cash money.
3. A Pinnacle Rod and Reel Combo.
4. Academy Gift card $40.00
5. Tournament weigh bag, "Please Release Me" fish protection and
fish scales. Value of these items are approx $45.00
|PHOTOS OF FISH CAUGHT, TO DATE, FOR 2014
|Steve Brown and Bo Besharse with two of twenty-five
caught in about 3.5 hours. 22 of the 25 were caught in
|Photo taken Friday, March 7 3:00 p.m.
I believe you can count all 7 fish in the photo. The two largest fish in this school
would go 2.5+ pounds. These are the first fish seen in the water since the most
recent cold spell.