Tournament season is about ready to get into full swing. If you are a HS Angler and are planning to fish in the 6/13/2020 SAF State Championship and haven’t registered PLEASE reach out to a club advisor soon. Also, please be finalizing your partner pairings and Boat Captains if you know who they will be for the June 27 & 28th BASS HS and Jr State Championship. If not, please reach out to a club advisor. Will not be long now before the Hawgs will be hitting the water to compete! Click here for more info on club supported tournaments. Also, we have some Hartley’sRead More →

We had a GIANT fish recently submitted thru our Lunker Board. Congratulations Ryland on your great catch. Remember if a club member has some nice catches photographed (recently or from the past) and wants to display them on the website please submit. We love seeing Fish Pictures! With the warm spring weather the fishing has been picking up for just about every species. Hope that everyone has been able to get out and enjoy some time wetting a line. Most upcoming youth tournaments impacted by COVID-19 postponements have been rescheduled. Our Events Page has the latest info. You can export the events (onto your smartphoneRead More →

We wrapped up our 1st ever virtual tournament this past weekend and there were a lot of nice fish entered in the competition. All total we had 32 fish entered. We are looking at doing additional virtual tournaments in the future so keep an eye out for more information. Prizes will be passed out by the Club Advisors at a future date. Congratulations to all category winners! For complete results and pictures of each entry click here. …….. And, the Winners of the Tournament are listed below: Hartley’s Hawgs – High School Winners Longest Fish (AKA the Hawg!): Tie between Braden McNamara and Nathan SissonRead More →

Our 1st ever virtual tournament is heading into its final weekend. Below is a summary of our current un-official leaders in the different categories as of 9:00 PM Friday, May 8, 2020. We also recently had our first smallmouth entry in the tournament. Remember, bragging rights and prizes are on the line! To be an official catch for the tournament, the fish must be caught prior to 6:00 PM on Sunday, May 10, 2020. You can view all entries here. For complete rules click here. Hartley’s Hawgs – High School current leaders Longest Fish (AKA the Hawg!) – currently being led by Nathan Sisson withRead More →

We have received several entries from the Hartley’s Hawgs High Schoolers including a nice 20+ incher that is currently leading in the HS Big Bass category. You still have time to get out and and get entered in the tournament. We want to see some younger club members pictures. Tournament end date and time is this coming Sunday, May 10 @ 6:00 PM. Bragging rights and prizes are on the line for our 1st ever virtual tournament! View all entries.Read More →

As per the Ohio Director, Al Evans, “The Ohio Fishers of Men UBC event scheduled for May 23, 2020, at Caesar Creek is postponed. When the ODNR allows use of ramps for tournaments I will advise all of a new date for the Ohio Fishers of Men UBC event.” As we get additional information will post on our website.Read More →

The first weekend of our first virtual tournament is on the books. Several fish have been submitted and they can be viewed here. Thus far we only have entries from High School anglers. We want to see some younger anglers from Hartley’s Hawgs and Walnut Springs on the board. For complete rules for the tournament visit the Virtual Tournament page here. The current leader for big fish was submitted by Jake Pavlak and measured at 17-1/4″. Nice job Jake. Let’s see some more entries…Read More →

In Conjunction with the Walnut Springs Fishing Club, the Hartley Hawgs are holding our first ever virtual fishing tournament Starting Saturday May 2, 2020 @ 6:00 AM and ending Sunday May 10, 2020 @ 6:00 PM. For the complete rules and prize categories goto the Virtual Tournaments page. This tournament will be contested using fish length. As entries are submitted for the tournament they will be posted on a regular basis (typically every evening) so you can track progress. The results page can be found here. Get out there to any available waters and start photographing the length of your catch as per the exampleRead More →