Following is the trophy fish citation monthly report for August:
Species, water, county caught, name, city, date caught, length, lb.
Carp, Kanawha River (KF), Fayette, Jack Ellis, Fayetteville, 8-22, 33.4
Two Oak Hill boxers will be featured in special professional bouts as part of the 14th annual Budweiser Original Toughman Contest, which will be held Nov. 2-3 at the State Fair Grounds in Fairlea.
On Nov. 2, Shawn “The Thrill of Oak Hill” Laughery (2-0) will fight “Tiger” Mike Wilmer (3-3) of Greenbrier County in a four-round light heavyweight bout. On Nov. 3, fight fans will be treated to a 10-round WV state cruiserweight title fight, when reigning champion Bobby Thomas, Jr. (11-1), of Oak Hill, defends his title against the No. 1-ranked contender, Warren Browning (16-2-1), of Lenore.
Toughman fighter registration is now being accepted for the single-elimination boxing tournament, which is open to area men and women ages 18 through 35 with no pro fights and limited amateur experience. All bouts are scheduled for three, one-minute rounds, with all fighters wearing 16-ounce gloves, protective headgear and a mouth piece.
All applicants must be in good physical condition.
The weight divisions for both men and women are: lightweight (139 pounds and under), middleweight (140-159), light heavyweight (160-184) and heavyweight (185-400).
Prospective Toughman and Toughwoman fighters, as well as ring girls, may enter online at wvtoughman.com or by calling 1-800-296-3897.
Tickets go on sale Oct. 15.
Additional information is available online at wvtoughman.com.
Coaches at the college, high school, junior varsity, junior high and recreational league (adult or youth) levels are urged to submit game results and updated statistics to The Fayette Tribune.
When turning in scores or statistics, coaches/statisticians are reminded to provide at least last names of participants; information will not be accepted with only the first name.
Information can be sent a variety of ways: via e-mail to email@example.com; by U.S. mail at The Fayette Tribune, P.O. Box 139, Oak Hill, WV 25901; by fax at 304-469-4105; or in person at the office at 417 W. Main Street in Oak Hill.
Anyone with questions can call Steve Keenan at 304-469-3373.
Topographical maps of 23 West Virginia wildlife management areas are now available online, according to Frank Jezioro, director of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. The maps, featuring boundaries, contour lines, water features, roads and trails were produced by the DNR Wildlife Resources Section.
“These maps should be a great help to hunters this fall when they head out into the woods,” said Jezioro. “Anglers and those just interested in getting outdoors and exploring one of the areas should also find them useful.”
Maps for areas around the state are available in different formats and resolutions to accommodate different Internet speeds. To view or print a map, go to www.wvdnr.gov and click on “New WMA Topo Maps” under “Hunting.”