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Outdoors Notebook: Sporting Clay champs crowned; Hallman, Reah wins Last Bass tourney; Game warden of the year awarded; Fee collection changes at Arbuckle Lake
BY ED GODFREY, Staff Writer, Modified: November 18, 2012 at 12:16 am •  Published: November 17, 2012

Hallman, Rea win Last Bass tourney

Bradley Hallman of Norman and Larry Rea of Eufaula teamed up to win the annual Lawter & Associates “The Last Bass” tournament on Nov. 11 at Lake Eufaula.

Hallman and Rea shared $7,568 for their victory. The anglers weighed in 13.59 pounds to beat the second-place team of Nick Aber of Piedmont and Bill Bean of Eufaula, who weighed in 13.40 pounds but actually won more money in the tournament.

Aber and Bean received $4,128 for second place but also captured overall big bass honors with a 7.4-pound bass that earned them an additional $7,040.

Finishing third was Phillip and Kala Wright of Spiro, who weighed in 13.30 pounds and won $2,064.

The tournament attracted 352 two-person teams and had a total payout of $56,800.

Game Warden of the Year

Canadian County Game Warden Joey Rushing has been named the Game Warden of the Year in Oklahoma.

Rushing, who has been employed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for three years, was selected by his peers.

Fee collection changes at Arbuckle Lake

Boat permits for Arbuckle Lake can now only be bought at the Travertine Nature Center in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

In addition, all fee collection machines at boat launch ramps and campgrounds on Arbuckle Lake will now accept debit and credit cards only.

Camping reservations can be made and paid at or by calling 1 (877) 444-6777.


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