Lake Carolines Seventh Annual Catfish Tournament, sponsored by the Lake Committee, will be May 29th and 30th. The previous six years the tournament has taken 21,031pounds (over ten tons) of catfish out of the lake. Thanks to all those who have participated in the tournaments and the Lake Committee for sponsoring this event.
Fishermen and Ladies can start fishing at noon, Friday, May 29th, and continue through noon, May 30th. Weigh-in will be from 10:00 a.m. until noon, May 30th, at the Martinique Clubhouse.
Registration forms are available in the LCOA office or reply to this email and we will email you one.
Kids Fishing School:
Register your child or grandchild now, the class is filling up quickly.
The Lake Committee is sponsoring a fishing school for kids from six to twelve years old June 15th from 9:00 a.m. till 11:00 a.m. This will be a very fun filled and educational school, with kids visiting five different learning stations covering everything from knot tying to identifying different species of fish found in Lake Caroline.
There is no charge for this school; unfortunately, the class will be limited to the first 50 kids signing up for the class to allow for sufficient adult supervision.The attendees must be children or grandchildren of Lake Caroline property owners, one non-resident can be registered with each application when registered with other property owners children. Applications for the school can be picked up at the Lake Caroline office and must be returned no later than May 9.
Each participant will receive a Rod & Reel (to take home), and a participation medallion. A hot dog lunch will be served after the school.
Fishing Rules and Courtesy to Other Fisherman:
Just a reminder of a couple of rules on the lake while fishing. First the property owner must be in the boat along with any guest fishing. Second, do not fish in the ski areas of the lake, there are maps in the office showing those areas.
Also, please use common courtesies to other fisherman to those fishing on the lake or from the bank. Stay a good distance from other fisherman and do not cast over their lines.