Jim Carver, Wes Gilmore, Rob Hedrick and April Hedrick (left to right), whose team went by the name of “Bait Hooked,” won the inaugural Striped Bass Challenge tournament at Lake Murray on Saturday. They boated the tournament limit of two stripers, fish weighing 26.50 and 11.56 pounds, for a total of 38.06. The pro division catch gave them a haul of $28,000 cash and an ATV valued at $11,000. They won first place overall and the big fish pot, and April Hedrick was tops among women anglers.
Jim Carver, Wes Gilmore, Rob Hedrick and April Hedrick (left to right), whose team went by the name of “Bait Hooked,” won the inaugural Striped Bass Challenge tournament at Lake Murray on Saturday. They boated the tournament limit of two stripers, fish weighing 26.50 and 11.56 pounds, for a total of 38.06. The pro division catch gave them a haul of $28,000 cash and an ATV valued at $11,000. They won first place overall and the big fish pot, and April Hedrick was tops among women anglers. Photo courtesy Rob Hedrick
Jim Carver, Wes Gilmore, Rob Hedrick and April Hedrick (left to right), whose team went by the name of “Bait Hooked,” won the inaugural Striped Bass Challenge tournament at Lake Murray on Saturday. They boated the tournament limit of two stripers, fish weighing 26.50 and 11.56 pounds, for a total of 38.06. The pro division catch gave them a haul of $28,000 cash and an ATV valued at $11,000. They won first place overall and the big fish pot, and April Hedrick was tops among women anglers. Photo courtesy Rob Hedrick

Lincoln County man wins Striped Bass Challenge at Lake Murray

December 09, 2015 01:27 PM

More Videos

  • Former tennis star Andre Agassi builds Charlotte school as part of broader project

    Former tennis star Andre Agassi has found a new mission - building schools for at-risk kids. Agassi and his business partner have built 79 schools around the country over the past four years including KIPP Change Academy in east Charlotte, which he visited on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.