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Chris Lane’s 100 kids
« on: August 18, 2010, 12:50:45 AM »

Courtesy of BASS News Reporter's Notebook:

Chris Lane’s 100 kids: The number of kids who turned out Aug. 7 for Chris Lane’s fishing camp this year almost matched the number displayed on the thermometer: 100.

But the heat wave at Alabama’s Lake Guntersville didn’t stop anyone. The boys and girls from ages 5 to 19 came from as far away as Louisiana for seminars and contests geared for fun and fishing instruction.

Each child left with a rod and reel outfit.

Photo courtesy of BASS Communications / Seigo Saito Aug 17, 2010

“It was awesome to see the excitement on their faces as they picked up their new Shakespeare rods and reels donated by Pure Fishing,” said Lane, a Bassmaster Elite Series pro who recently moved to Lake Guntersville from his native Florida.

Information about Lane’s day-long camp, Reeling in Future Pros, is available at

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