Cole Reeder, 12, shows a 10-pound largemouth bass he caught Saturday while fishing at a Cabarrus County farm pond. Making the catch especially fun for Cole, a student at Mt. Pleasant Middle School, is the fact that several young friends were watching as he fought the lunker on light tackle. In a show of great sportsmanship and conservation he released the roe-laden bass alive.
Cole Reeder, 12, shows a 10-pound largemouth bass he caught Saturday while fishing at a Cabarrus County farm pond. Making the catch especially fun for Cole, a student at Mt. Pleasant Middle School, is the fact that several young friends were watching as he fought the lunker on light tackle. In a show of great sportsmanship and conservation he released the roe-laden bass alive. Photo courtesy of Joy Pinto
Cole Reeder, 12, shows a 10-pound largemouth bass he caught Saturday while fishing at a Cabarrus County farm pond. Making the catch especially fun for Cole, a student at Mt. Pleasant Middle School, is the fact that several young friends were watching as he fought the lunker on light tackle. In a show of great sportsmanship and conservation he released the roe-laden bass alive. Photo courtesy of Joy Pinto

David Hoyle, Larry Stone appointed to Outdoor Council

April 27, 2016 02:26 PM