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Long hiatus to end soon for EverStart at Kerr Lake
eturning to Kerr Lake, North Carolina, for the first time since 2008, this year’s EverStart Northern Division Bass Tournament on Kerr Lake June 14-16 will be the area’s largest tournament of 2012. Anglers from all over the east coast will begin arriving in early June to prepare to take their shot at the top prizes. The middle of June is one of the best times of the year to catch these fish on Kerr Lake, as the bass will have recuperated from the spring spawn and rearing of their young. They will be hungry and ready to fill up on shad, blue herring, and crawfish, so anglers will be focusing their efforts on mimicking those food sources with artificial lures to catch the winning stringers. These tournaments last for three days, with the full field of anglers competing on Days 1 and 2. Only the top 25 anglers will make the cut to compete on the final day. Winners are determined by the total weight
of bass caught from all three days, with each day’s catch consisting of a five-fish limit of either largemouth or smallmouth bass. Each must measure at least 14 inches long. Typical weights at this time of year recently are around 14-15 pounds per day, so a two-day Walt total near 30 pounds Bowen On the Water will likely be needed Special to have a chance at fishing on the last day for the top spot. The first place finishing professional fisherman (or woman) will pocket $35,000, plus a brand new Ranger Bass boat with a 200 HP engine, if they are competing from a Ranger boat during the tournament. Alongside the professionals, co-anglers fish from the back
of the boats, competing against all the other co-anglers. The co-anglers are randomly paired each day with a professional, and the co-angler winner is chosen at the end of Day 2 of competition. The co-anglers first place prize consists of $5,000 cash, as well as a Ranger Bass boat with a 90 HP engine, if they are a qualified registered Ranger Boat owner. Anglers will be blasting off from the Nutbush Park ramp daily at 6 a.m., with the Day 1 and 2 weigh-ins at 2 p.m. at the Nutbush Park North facility. The final weigh-in on Day 3 will be take place at 3 p.m. at Wal-Mart No. 2256, 200 North Cooper Road, Henderson. Most recently conducted on Kerr Lake in September of 2008, this event should draw at least 300 anglers between the professionals and coanglers, so you can count on seeing some exciting take offs and thrilling weigh-ins from the new tournament facility recently dedicated at the
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Trophies await the winners of the 2012 BFL Piedmont Fishing Tournament, which took place at the new Nutbush Ramps facility on Kerr Lake in Nutbush Park on March 17. It will be the site of the EverStart Northern Division Bass Tournament June 14-16. This will be the first time since 2008 that this tourney has been staged on Kerr Lake.
Nutbush campground. The 2008 winner, Michael “Ike” Iaconelli weighed just over 45 pounds of fish during four days of competition. To participate in this event as a professional or co-angler, go to flwoutdoors.com for more information. For any
other questions, contact the host Vance County Tourism Department, 946T West Andrews Avenue, Henderson, NC 27536; phone: (866) 4384565; kerrlake-nc.com. Contact the writer at email@example.com.
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patriotic music for a patriotic event
Ryan Daniel to hit Satterwhite Point Park stage July 7 By MARTIN FISHER Daily Dispatch Writer
The Vance County Department of Tourism’s annual celebration of Independence Day, scheduled this year for July 7 at the Satterwhite Point park location, will feature a newcomer in the world of country-style patriotic, party and romancethemed music: Ryan Daniel, and his band. Vance County Tourism Director Nancy Wilson said that grabbing Daniel and band was a stroke of providence because as a North Carolina perform-
er, based in Gastonia, and as an engaging personality, he offers a warm and friendly brand of leadership for patriotic focus. A look into Daniel's background reveals why: as a United States Air Force performer, he was selected to join the elite male quartet musical touring group, "Tops in Blue," as a featured vocalist. He performed many solos for the show that included intricate a-cappella pieces. He also performed the demanding choreography. The Air Force had the group on tour all over the world,
entertaining an estimated 250,000 troops plus civilians. His style, drawing from Garth Brooks, includes an intentional focus on connecting with his audiences, to make everyone feel like they are part of a true celebration that reaches beyond mere stand-andwatch performance. "When I perform a song, I really get into it. I want the audience to feel what I'm feeling," Daniel said. "Reaching out to your audience with your voice and your emotions and just being plain buck wild — I think Garth does
that better than anyone else." Wilson said she is looking forward to a great, family-centered day that with a personality and a band like Daniel's truly highlights what is best about freedom and America. "That's why I chose him," she said. "I found he does the patriotic music. It will be great for a family day, for people to come out and celebrate the day with the cookouts and the music, and of course the fireworks at the end." Satterwhite Point has been the holiday destina-
tion spot for many families in past years, with Vance County's tourism folks offering a Saturday venue this year for a weekend-centered commemoration of America's most historical day. According to prior comments by Park Ranger Charles Shelton, it is the busiest weekend of the year at the lake. “We have had a good group of folks out here this weekend,” Shelton said after the event last year. “The fireworks went great on Saturday, with a larger crowd than normal.”
Responses from those who enjoyed the holiday last year helps to illustrate what the day means to so many. “It is a great opportunity to be with the family and get into the water,” said 55-year-old Marion Davis, a Henderson resident and Vietnam War veteran of the United States Army. “Seeing so many people here makes us feel like holidays still exist. We spend valuable time with each other and get to eat good food. It is a great time.” Along with his wife, grandson, niece, nephews
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and friends, Davis recalled why Independence Day means so much to him. “I love to celebrate the freedom we all are blessed with, being free of many adversities in life,” Davis said. “Being able to come back from war to a country that is free, where people died for us to have that right. There is no place I would rather be.” “This is our first year coming here,” Granville County resident Paul Harris said. “Everything is so nice out here and we are glad we came. The kids are having a great time.” “It is a tradition for a lot of families to come here for July 4,” said 39-year-old Donald Harris, lifelong Henderson resident. “We love to come out here and grill and just spend time with the family.” According to Shelton,
more than 1,000 people came out for the fireworks display over the weekend last year. The Kerr Lake festival has a 6:30 p.m. start time for the concert and fire-
Ryan Daniel works run from dark until around 10 p.m. “Come early” for the Independence Day celebration at the lake, Wilson advised. Also, don’t forget blankets and lawn chairs. An opportunity exists to catch a ride to the event via shuttle: free KARTS shuttle rides start
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Kerr Lake at 4 p.m. and will run every 30 minutes from the Norlina Road Roses parking lot, avoiding traffic congestion at the park. Return rides will start upon completion of the fireworks show. "We just always want people to come, get together, and to honor what the holiday is really all about: patriotism, freedom and honoring our veterans also," Wilson said. Food and drinks, as well as T-shirts and glow sticks, will be on sale. Wilson added that the fireworks display, priced at $9,000 last year, is an appropriate end to the day, as it gets dark and they sound upon the lake. “When they’re displayed over the water, it is always pretty,” she said. “With all the boats on the water, too, it’s really a sight to see.” The Ryan Daniel concert is one of two
sponsored by the Vance County Tourism Department in 2012, with the second slated for Oct. 20, during the daytime Saturday portion of Show, Shine, Shag and Dine, featuring The Seaside Band. More about Daniel Daniel served in the Air Force for more than nine years, seeing deployment to the Middle East several times. His opportunity with touring led to him meeting producer and "Tops in Blue" music director Barry Best. He left the military in August of 2005, to pursue his musical dreams. Like many starting artists, he took odd jobs, including work at a speed shop, as a karaoke jockey, and performing in a local production of "Best Little Whore House in Texas." A break came in the
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“We’re really excited and honored to be coming — we look forward to the day, the celebration, fun and fireworks. It’s going to be great.
— Ryan Daniel
summer of 2007 during a mini-tour of military installations, starting with Florida at Patrick Air Force Base, and through contacts on the way, a performance at Shades of Green, the military resort at Disney World. After his first performance there, he was asked to do an encore for military families. Daniel then performed at several more bases in Florida before wrapping up the tour in Georgia at Moody and Robins Air Force bases. In addtion, he teamed up with Wal-Mart and Coca-Cola to perform at several grand openings of their stores. He also performed throughout North Carolina and Tennessee.
Daniel and his band made it to the finals at the Bodog Music 2008 "Battle of the Bands" in Nashville, Tenn., the only country music act to do so, out of 10,000 bands worldwide that were a part of the competition. Through 2009, Daniel worked to finish his first full-length album, “Love Life and Memories, “now available for purchase through his website, ryandaniel.org. In 2011, Daniel was a Carolina Music Award nominee, male country artist of the year, and is a Randy Travis Award nominee for best country male vocalist. Contact the writer at mfisher@ hendersondispatch.com.
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Calendar of Upcoming Events May 25 and 26
Kerr Lake Spring Art Show registration Sponsored by: Kerr Lake Arts Society Location: Vance-Granville Community College Hall Gallery, Building 7 Contact: Leigh Brigham, (252) 492-5281
Kerr Lake Spring Art Show Sponsored by: Kerr Lake Arts Society Location: Vance-Granville Community College, Hall Gallery, Bldg. 7 Contact: Leigh Brigham, (252) 492-5281
Meet Me In The Street Live entertainment — “The
Entertainers,” 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., and dancing in the street Location: Historic Downtown Henderson Host: Henderson/Vance Chamber of Commerce, (252) 438-8414
ABA Bassmasters Weekend Series registration and meeting Meeting location to be announced Host motel: to be announced
ABA Bassmasters Weekend Series Tournament Kerr Lake, Satterwhite Point Host: Vance County Tourism Development Authority, (252) 438-2222
Relay for Life Triathlon Bullocksville Park, Kerr Lake Sponsored by: Vance County Relay for Life Contact: Pam Norwood, (252) 492-8047 or www.vancerelay. org Dukes Children’s Hospital Charity Bike Ride Registration: Brewers Cycles, Inc. Host: Brewers Cycles, Inc. Contact: Chris Brewer, (252) 492-8553
Summer Theater Camp A day camp opportunity for children rising second through 7th grade and Teen works for ages 13-17 (must have completed seventh-11th
grade). The camp will provide instruction and creative experiences in acting, singing, dancing, and all the technical aspects of theater including costume design, sound, set construction and lighting. Enrollment is limited to 30 campers. Contact: www. hendersondowntown.us or Ballet Arts Studio in Henderson, (252) 430-6443
14th Annual Henderson/ Vance Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament Location: Kerr Lake Country Club Host: Henderson/Vance Chamber of Commerce, Contact: Sylvia Edwards, (252) 438-8414
EverStart Series registration and meeting Vance-Granville Civic Center
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EverStart Series “EVENT A” Fishing Tournament • June 14 and 15 Weigh-in: New Nutbush ramp, Kerr Lake • June 16: Weigh-in: Wal-Mart parking lot Host motels: Holiday Inn Express (252) 438-6300; Jameson Inn, (252) 430-0247; Sleep Inn (252) 433-9449; Hampton Inn, (252) 4923007; Econo Lodge, (252) 438-8511; Budget Host (252) 492-2013 Host: Vance County Tourism Development Authority, (252) 438-2222
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Calendar of Upcoming Events June 15 and 16 American Cancer Society — Vance County Relay for Life Southern Vance High School 3 p.m.-3 p.m. Contact: (252) 431-4061, (252) 767-0651, (252) 432-4089, (252) 4321813
International Summerfest Crafts & Beer Festival The event will be held in Historic Downtown Henderson Sponsored by Downtown Development Commission The Little German Band and Dancers will perform. Food vendors, arts and crafts vendors, and businesses to participate in the festival. Children’s games, including a moonwalk, an obstacle course and a slide along with other children’s events have been
planned. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Contact: (252) 4305734 or plakernick@ ci.henderson.nc.us National Guard FLW College Fishing Northern Division Tournament “EVENT B” Weigh-in: New Nutbush ramp, Kerr Lake Host: Vance County Tourism Development Authority, (252) 4382222
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Tri-County Dining Guide
Editor’s note: While we update this listing regularly, it is not possible to check with each restaurant for every publication. If you have a change or information on a new restaurant, call the newsroom at (252) 436-2833.
A variety of tastes and styles are available at privately run restaurants and national chains throughout the Tri-County area. Following is a listing of restaurants in Vance, Granville and Warren counties, with a brief description of each.
220 Seafood Restaurant — 1812 N. Garnett St. 492-8084. Fresh seafood, chicken, barbecue. Children’s plates. Credit cards: VISA and MasterCard. ABC permits: none. Angela’s Grill — 2684 Raleigh Road. Sandwiches on select bread, grilled pork chops, grilled chicken, fish cake, chicken salad, bologna burgers and hamburgers. Bamboo Garden Chinese Restaurant — 1520 Dabney Drive. (252) 438-8080. Szechuan, Peking, Hunan, Cantonese cuisine and sushi bar. American cuisine, children’s and dietetic plates available. Daily full-time buffet. Credit cards: All major credit cards. ABC permits: All. Big Cheese Pizza — Marketplace Shopping Center. (252) 492-4500. Pickup only. Pizza, salads, subs. Chester’s — 1208 E. Andrews Ave. (inside the BP Station), Henderson. (252) 430-6444. Specializes in fried chicken, sandwiches, wraps, potato wedges, vegetables and their famous field corn. Chex Truck Stop & Restaurant — I-85 at Fleming Road, Middleburg. (252) 492-5189, (252) 492-6833. Full menu. Breakfast served 24
hours. Daily breakfast bar, 6 a.m.-10 a.m. Dinner, noon-9 p.m. Credit cards: MasterCard, VISA. ABC permits: none. China King — 383 Raleigh Road. (252) 433-8088. Featuring Hunan, Szechuan and Cantonese-style dishes; dine in or carry out. Lunch buffet 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. daily. Credit cards accepted. ABC permits: none. China Kitchen — 511 E. Andrews Ave. (252) 492-4150. Featuring Mandarin, Hunan and Szechuan-style cooking. American dishes available. Credit cards: none. ABC permits: none. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store — 1002 Ruin Creek Road, (252) 431-9111. Country cooking. Breakfast available all day. Credit cards: All major. Cuz Seafood — 7630 N.C. 39 Highway, Henderson, (252) 572-2656. Serving brunch and dinner: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Dinner: Tuesday-Thursday, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Dabney Drive Restaurant — 946-G W. Andrews Ave. 4385643. Full menu. Credit cards: none. ABC permits: none. Denny’s — 1524 Dabney Drive. 438-4800. Weekly specials. Credit cards: All major. ABC permits: none George’s Restaurant — 210 N. Garnett St., (252) 4920090. Open daily serving lunch and dinner: pizza, pasta, subs, chicken, salads and more. Golden Corral Family Steak House — 103 N. Cooper Dr. 438-3660. Breakfast bar Saturday and Sunday. Steaks, seafood, chicken, potato bar, “super bar” of salad, vegetables, desserts. Credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Am. Express. ABC permits: none. Golden Skillet — 444 Dabney Drive, 492-4040. Featuring chicken, barbecue, seafood, sandwiches, vegetables and desserts. Credit cards: MasterCard/ Visa. Checks accepted.
Greenway’s Authentic Charcoal Grill — 200 Garnett St., Henderson, NC 27536. (252) 492-7088. Steaks, seafood, salad bar. ABC permits: Beer and wine; setups available. Credit cards: MasterCard, VISA. Ichibar Japanese Steakhouse — Marketplace Shopping Center, 901 S. Beckford Drive. Casual. Serving “healthy Japanese food” including freshmade sushi, plus a variety of appetizers, soups and lunch and dinner entrees, plus a cocktail bar. Dining area accommodates more than 100 guests, with smoking and non-smoking areas. Credit cards: Yes. ABC permits: All. J&J Fish & Chicken — 1202 E. Andrews Ave., (252) 431-0060. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Food and drink specials, senior specials. Eat in or take out. Mayflower Seafood Restaurant and Oyster Bar — 201 N. Cooper Dr., 738-2393. Specializing in Seafood, including Greek & Italian specialties. Full bar. Oysters on the half-shell. Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant — 1601 Ruin Creek Road, 438-6062. Authentic Mexican cuisine. Dine-in, Take-out. Credit cards: Visa, MC. Nunnery-Freeman Barbecue — Norlina Road. 438-4751. Dinner plates featuring barbecue pork, fried chicken, seafood, Brunswick stew. Credit cards: none. The Olde Place — N.C. 39 (Townsville Road). 438-4770. Featuring seafood, steak beef ribs, chicken, sandwiches and a vegetable bar loaded with fresh, home-cooked vegetables. Banquet facilities and party planning services. Reservations recommended. Credit cards: None. Permits: Beer. Pino’s Italian Restaurant — 901 S. Beckford Drive (Marketplace) 438-1341. Homemade pizza, subs, salads,
pastas. Chef’s daily specials. Credit cards: All (includes check cards). ABC permits: Beer and wine. Pizza Hut — 160 North Cooper Drive. 433-6040. Pizzas, pasta dishes, salad bar, sandwiches. Lunch buffet. Credit cards: All major cards. ABC permits: beer. Pizza Inn — 1250 Coble Blvd. 492-2144. Pizzas, pasta dishes, salad bar, sandwiches. Credit cards: All except Discover. ABC permits: Beer. Smithfield’s Chicken and BBQ — 100 Exchange St. (Dabney Exchange); 492-3655. Barbecue, fried chicken and seafood. Skipper’s/Forsyth’s BarB-Q — Norlina Road. 438-5228. Dinner plates featuring chicken, pork, barbecue, Brunswick stew, fish. pork, barbecue, Brunswick stew, fish. Daily specials. Credit cards: VISA, MasterCard. Ruby Tuesday — 101 Exchange St. (Dabney Exchange); 492-6243. Menu includes steaks, pasta, chicken, burgers, Smart-Eating choices. Permits: All. Soul Delicious — 1502 Raleigh Road. Regular menu includes soul food and homecooking (meat loaf, cube steak, ribs, pork chops, chitterlings, pig’s feet, home-style vegetables and desserts). Cooks and staff are volunteers; all profits support the ministries of the Rock of Prayer and Deliverance Church. Time-Out Sports Pub & Cafe — Parham Road at I-85. 492-1126. Northern-style menu. Appetizers, sandwiches, salads. Credit cards: All major cards. ABC permits: All. Village Kitchen — 919 S. Beckford Drive, Henderson. (252) 738-9998/9999. Wide assortment of Chinese dishes, from egg rolls to shrimp with lobster sauce, from wonton soup to Mongolian beef. For the
less internationally minded, sandwiches and burgers are available. Waffle House — 1135 Ruin Creek Road; 431-9102, and 942 W. Andrews Ave. (Crossroads Shopping Center). Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open daily. Wimpy’s — 419 Raleigh Road Henderson. 430-1766. Specializing in char-grilled burgers and fries, in addition to home-cooking. Fast-food restaurants: • Arby’s — 403 Raleigh Road (adjacent to Dabney Shopping Center) • Bojangles (two locations) — 1518 Dabney Drive and Cardinal Shopping Center, 1425 E. Andrews Avenue • Burger King (three locations) — 1817 N. Garnett St., 391 Raleigh Road, 565 Ruin Creek Road • Carver’s Family Restaurant, Raleigh Road, Henderson, NC 27536. (252) 492-3881. • Chick-fil-A, 200 Trade Street (in Dabney Exchange) • Moghadass Subway Inc. — 1520 Dabney Dr. • Subway — 1417 E. Andrews Ave. and 1400 N. Garnett St. • Hardee’s — Dabney Drive • Kentucky Fried Chicken (two locations) — 130 Raleigh Road, 1553 Dabney Drive • McDonald’s (three locations) — 1695 Dabney Drive, inside Walmart on Cooper Drive, and at the Cardinal Shopping Center, U.S. 1 at the N.C. 39 exit • Sheetz — 619 Ruin Creek Road, (252) 492-1530 • Sunrise Biscuit Co. — 333 N. Garnett St. • Taco Bell, 1737 Dabney Dr. • Wendy’s — 1516 Dabney Dr. • Biddie’s Grill (home of Jerry’s Hot Dogs) — 1155 E. Andrews Ave., 438-7172. Delivery services: • Domino’s Pizza — 119 RaContinued on page 10
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Tri-County Dining Guide leigh Road, 438-2727 • Little Caesar’s Pizza — 208 Dabney Drive, 436-0025 or 436-0306 • Papa John’s Pizza — 1526 Dabney Dr., 431-1999 • Pizza Hut — 433-6040.
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96 Buffet — 913 Linden Ave. (N.C. 96), (919) 603-0486. Located inside the Regency Inn. Hibachi Buffet — 1011109 Lewis St., Oxford, (919) 603-1811. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Mazatlan of Oxford — 705 Lewis St. (919) 603-0001. Authentic Mexican cuisine. Milano’s — 127 Williamsboro St.; (919) 693-6444; Pizza,
Italian entrees. House of Ribeyes — 102 Roxboro Road Oxford; (919) 693-9282. Menu includes steak, seafood and chicken. Nightly specials. Credit: Visa, MasterCard. Permits; beer and wine. George’s Oxford Village Family Restaurant — I-85, Exit 202 and 204 (104 Industry Dr.) (919) 603-3760. Pizza, subs, pasta and salad. Zerdo’s Family Restaurant — 5593 Tabbs Creek Road; (919) 603-6175 (location of former Tony’s Restaurant). Menu includes Middle Eastern cuisine, subs, pizza, pasta, steaks, sandwiches, soup and salad bar. Open daily. Indoor and outdoor dining. Pizza Hut — 907 Linden Avenue, Oxford. 693-4696. Pizzas, pasta, salad bar, sandwiches. No checks accepted.
Credit cards: VISA, Master Card, American Express. ABC permits: Beer. Rumors Bar & Grill — 130 Main St.; 693-5300; pizza, burgers, specialty wings.
Domino’s Pizza — 125 Broad St. 693-8001.
Fast-food restaurants: Burger King — 825 Linden Ave • China Wok — 412 Granville Corners. 690-8501 • 15 North Take-out — 935 College St. • Hardee’s — 220 Hillsboro St. • Kentucky Fried Chicken — 527 E. Industry Dr. • McDonald’s — Granville Corners Shopping Center • Subway — 913 Linden Ave. • Sunrise Biscuits — 128 Williamsboro St. • Taco Bell — 525 E. Industry Dr. • Wendy’s — 900 Linden Ave. Delivery services: •
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Friday, May 25, 2012
Nutbush ramps facility:
Possible ‘major’ factor in luring tourneys to area By KELLEN HOLTZMAN Dispatch Sports Editor
The new Nutbush Bridge boating access area boasts four new boat ramps, a courtesy dock, a 600-square foot restroom building and parking for 165 vehicles, including 135 for boat trailers. Add in separate docking and event space for fishing tournaments and Nutbush could play an integral role in attracting top-level fishing events to Kerr Lake again. “In order to compete with other states and other lakes, we had to have a facility like that,” said Walt Bowen, fishing enthusiast and The Daily Dispatch’s “On the Water” weekly columnist. Bowen, born and raised in Vance County, still has two houses in the county limits, including one at Kerr Lake. The Walnut Cove resident competes in the FLW Bass Fishing League, a 24-division league devoted to weekend anglers. Top winners in the BFL can advance to the EverStart series and the top-tier FLW Tour. According to Bowen, the top levels of FLW are now about on par with that of the Bassmaster Classic and Elite series. FLW events are televised on the NBC Sports Network (formerly Versus) while Bassmaster
is contracted with ESPN and the Outdoor Channel. Kerr Lake regularly attracts Bassmaster Weekend Series events, but a major tournament hasn’t taken place at Kerr Lake since 1998, Bowen said. FLW’s EverStart will stop at Kerr Lake in June for the first time in four years. Bowen believes no lake
in the eastern part of the state has better facilities for major fishing tournaments now than Kerr Lake. He said Lake Norman has similar amenities, and has been able to attract the top tourneys. In Bassmaster Magazine’s latest top-100 bass lakes list, released in April, Kerr Lake came in
at No. 81. Bowen said 1215 years ago, Kerr Lake ranked in the top-10 on that same list. A major factor in the ranking drop has been the largemouth bass virus that led to a major decline in not only the bass population, but also the size of the fish. Bowen said the virus is gone and the population
is about 90 percent back. “Maybe before too long we can be back in the top-10 again,” he said. “We’ve got to keep doing what we’re doing, like this Everstart tournament coming in June. We have to keep bringing those tournaments to the lake and bring some of the toplevel tournaments.” One major selling point
for Kerr is the sheer size of it. “It’s a huge lake,” Bowen said. “There’s plenty of places to fish, 835 miles of shoreline I think it is. So that’s one of the things you always hear that people like. Even with a lot of boats out there fishing, you don’t get crowded.” Please see ‘MAJOR’, page 13
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Friday, May 25, 2012
SNAPSHOTS: A DAY ON KERR LAKE Edward Pulley gets ready to take his boat out on Kerr Lake at the Hibernia Recreation Area on May 18. Pulley was camping with his family and a couple of his daughter’s friends during the weekend.
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Casper Graves (far left) and his family put up a tent at Hibernia Recreation Area at Kerr Lake on May 18. Graves, a Maryland resident, was camping for the weekend with family and friends.
A fisherman tries his luck on Kerr Lake near the N.C. Highway 39 Bridge on May 18.
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‘MAJOR’, FROM PAGE 11
The major Bassmaster and FLW events can attract anywhere from 50 to 150 anglers. That could spell a major boost to the local economy. Typically, the fishermen arrive for four days of practice before the tourney kicks off. “All the people come and spend the night in motels and camp at the campground. They pay that money,” said Bowen. “They buy gas. They eat out at restaurants. They
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shop at tackle shops. They pay ramp fees to launch their boats. They buy outof-state fishing licenses that generates revenue for the state.” Bowen estimated that each angler is likely to spend at least $1,0001,500 during a stay. One missing link for Vance County could be more convenient hotel accommodations. “We would benefit from motels that cater to fishing, have parking and electrical hook-ups,” said Bowen. “That’s what Henderson needs too, safe accommodations that cater to fishing.” When Lewis Ledford,
director of the state’s Division of Parks and Recreation, spoke at the dedication of the new Nutbush Bridge boating access area earlier this month, he said the project helps make Kerr Lake a “destination area.” Area anglers like Bowen hope it’s only a matter of time before the lake again becomes a destination of choice for top-shelf fishing tournaments. “Now that we’ve got the top-level facilities, maybe we can get the toplevel tournaments,” said Bowen.
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Friday, May 25, 2012
Warren County: carving out its own niche on Kerr Lake BY DAVID IRVINE Daily Dispatch Writer
Of the 800 miles of the Kerr Lake shoreline, only a small portion of it lies within Warren County. But it offers residents as well as visitors opportunities to enjoy boating, fishing, camping and all the other pleasures associated with lake life. Kimball Point Recreation Area, the state park serving that part of Kerr Lake, lies six miles northwest of I-85, accessible from Exit 223 or Exit 226. Nearby are homeowners and businesses that have been attracted to the lake
and what it offers. John and Angela Hyson live on neighboring Keats Road. The Hysons and their daughter, Andrea Ferguson, are turning their adjoining properties into a destination for school groups and church activities. The facility will have year-round camp sites, cabins to rent, a greenhouse and a farm tour with animals. “There’s one place we call ‘eagle point,’ We have our own resident eagle there,” said Ferguson.She said that, although their property faces Kerr Lake, the recreation area is important to them. “We come
down to Kimball Point for swimming and picnicking. We have 26 campers here, and they launch their boats at Kimball Point.” Down the road toward Drewry, Buchanan’s Store serves both year-round residents and seasonal visitors. Johnny Fleming waited on customers as he talked about the importance of the lake to his business. “The park keeps us going,” he said. “If we don’t get (business) in the summer, it’s hard to stay here.” The store has groceries and other needs of year-round residents, but
its shelves display fishing and camping supplies and hardware that would be of particular interest to visitors to the lake. Fleming said he has customers from all three of the nearby recreation areas — Bullocksville and County Line as well as Kimball Point. Gabe Cumming, director of Economic Development for Warren County, said, “Kimball Point is tremendously popular. We have a lot of visitors coming (to Kerr Lake) for a short duration. The infrastructure is fairly limited. Our strategy is to develop more businesses:
for example, more accommodations, more dining options, more activities. And it’s a great place to observe wildlife — loons, otters, great blue herons.” He said the lake with its parks is important for the local economy. That point was reinforced by Lewis Ledford, director of the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation. “State parks make a strong contribution to North Carolina’s tourism economy as well as to the economies of local communities in which they’re located,” Ledford said. The fishing must be good. Last summer, Walt
Bowen, who contributes the “On the Water” column to The Daily Dispatch, reported that an 80-pound catfish was caught near Kimball Point. Kimball Point offers a variety of amenities, including tent sites, picnic area, electric hookup, swimming, rest rooms, sanitary dump station, public telephone, fishing, boating, playground, dock, boat ramp and pavilion. And there’s good news for animal lovers: pets are welcome. Contact the writer at dirvine@ hendersondispatch.com.
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N.C. Highway 39
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When anglers and campers on Kerr Lake need bait and other supplies, they don’t need to look much farther than the 12-mile stretch along N.C. Highway 39, north of Interstate 85. At several strategic points en route to various campgrounds and boat ramps, one can find stores that sell gas, red worms and nightcrawlers. Hungry? They can help with that too. Rex and June Perkinson have had R.J.’s Country Store and Deli for about six years. It’s right at the turnoff toward Hibernia. “We’ve got fishing licenses, hunting licenses, maps to all the campgrounds, wi-fi, high-test gas, boat sheds
for storage,” Rex Perkinson said. “Our deli has a counter where we make sub sandwiches, chicken wings, hamburgers. Our chili and slaw are homemade.” They offer more kinds of bait too, such as squid, shrimp and chicken livers. He sees customers come into the store from throughout North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania and many from West Virginia. “The lake draws a good crowd,” he said. “It’s a nice, clean place to camp and fish. Nice lake.” Terry Marrow agrees. He stocks and dips minnows for bait at the busy 39 Pit Stop near the turnoff to Nutbush. The shop’s been there for about 60 years, he said, since before Kerr Lake actually existed.
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