Around Town Sports April 6, 2012 chris 0 Chambers County Lake booming with early Spring 0 0 0 00 0 0 more Chambers County Lake booming with early Spring April 6, 2012 chris LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court April 6, 2012 chris now playing Free haircuts, back packs signal start of school in LaFayette April 6, 2012 chris City seeks grant for better water April 6, 2012 chris now playing Simple Man - Humor by Bill Frazer April 6, 2012 chris Richardson welcomed by Council April 6, 2012 chris Downtown Pizzeria, Blue Sky Fuel store get liquor licences April 6, 2012 chris now playing LaFayette car wash has new owners April 6, 2012 chris Virginia attacker was trained at Ft. Benning April 6, 2012 chris now playing CHS host to desperate house cats April 6, 2012 chris now playing First Lanett Film Fest a success April 6, 2012 chris James Wright of LaFayette shows off this five pound bass he caught last week at the Chambers County Lake. Bass, crappie and catfish are being caught in large numbers so far this year according to lake managers Lou and Bonnie Howell. The Saturday Bass Tournaments for the 2012 season will begin on April 7th starting at 7 am CST and ending at 2 pm. Call the lake at 334-864-8145 for more details. (photos: Chambers County Lake) Baseball partners Keevy Tolbert (left) and Nicholas Beaty of Chambers County proudly display their catch of catfish from Chambers County Lake on March 31st. Related posts: Chambers County Lake open for Fourth of July Chambers County Lake hours changing Chambers County Lake reopening for the year County Lake ready for busy summer 0 00 0 0 previous Dixie Youth baseball opens Saturday next Lady Rebels eliminated from playoff contention chris Related Posts Rebels’ first scrimmage has mixed reviews August 16, 2017 slandon 0 CA volleyball anticipates sizzling season August 2, 2017 slandon 0 Successful t-ball season ends July 26, 2017 slandon 0 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.