Yesterday my wife said I should write something about fishing. So I went to www.Hinton.WVyourWay.com, clicked on “Tourism,” scrolled down and checked three keywords – “Fishing, Fishing Guides and Fishing Supplies,” scrolled to the bottom, clicked Summers County in the County search and hit the search button. Up came several listings, of which I’ll share some of the results.
Lowell, Talcott and Willowwood Public Fishing Access.
To find more information about the above, plus more, go to www.Hinton.WVyourWay.com and click on the same keywords as I mentioned above. Some of that “more information” will include directions once you add the listings to your itinerary.
In addition, when you conduct the search you will also find places to purchase
supplies. Two of those places would be New River Citgo near the I-64 Hinton exit, which used to be known as Richmond’s Country Store, and the other place is PC Baits. They’re good places to get the supplies you need for a good day of fishing on the river or in the lake. PC Baits even has a bait vending machine! Check the site out to see what else you may be interested in.
Parkersburg, WVa — The first official rankings for West Virginia high school football’s 2016 season were released today and the Summers County Bobcats in their first season as a Class A team come in at the second spot, helping that fact is the Bobcats have thoroughly bested two Class AA teams so far in 2016.
To read the rest of the article by James Cook, follow this link.
Bobcat Nation shared a great article about our local high school football team and we also wanted to share that article. The great thing about discovering the article was discovering a great site about West Virginia sports. Click on this link
to read the article, then if you’re a fan of sports within our state, please check out the rest of the site. Thanks goes to James Cook for his great work.
The flood may have receded, but some problems caused by the flood still haven’t gone away. One of those problems is the bugs that have become very annoying to anyone who has to be outside and deal with these flood bugs.
WVVA has a report accompanied by a video with more details. Check it out by clicking here.
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