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The Family Journal, USA & Overseas Fishermen’s Hall of Fame 2nd Round of 2021 Inductees By Dr. Charles Singleton
Photo Credit, Flowertown Woman, McGrath & Bevins

Anthony Flood Hueston Sports Ministries, Lawrenceville, GA, "Perennial" Gulf Coast of Mexico and The Atlanta Coast Deep-Sea Fishing Champion, shares a ministerial-after-church moment and Red Snapper B-liners. “Hello friends, in the ministry that I love, and the shaded moments of a Godly day, I fish and fish.”

The Family Journal, USA & Overseas Fishermen’s Hall of Fame 2nd Round of 2021 Inductees

Acclamations Committee: Linden Evans Bell Champagne Congratulations from ME to ALL of You on behalf of the committee: Alex A. Singleton, Ravenel, SC & Rome, GA, Tillman U. Millhouse, Jr., Summerville, SC, Donnie Middleton, Summerville, SC, Isreal T. Singleton, Summerville, SC, John Thompson, Blasting Bassmaster, Charleston, SC and Linden Evans Bell, Conyers, GA. Fishing Quotes from John Thompson: John said, "A good fish story has 9 million words." My uncle, the late Mr. Gabriel "Gabe" Thompson often said after a fish was caught, "The proof is in the pudding!"

Since our 2020-2021 First-Ballot Hall of Famers, we have received some outstanding information and verifications. We are proud to share with you the successful acclamation of these Second-Ballot Inductees into the Family Journal, USA & Overseas Fishermen’s Hall of Fame (2021). The championship names will tell you about fishermen’s love for fishing and their communities. 

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The Family Journal, USA & Overseas Fishermen’s Hall of Fame 2021 Acclamations

Acclamatory Ledger (20)

Jane Evans, R.I.P., Wire Road, Dorchester County, SC, circa Mid-1900s, Bacons Bridge, Ashley River, Edisto River, South Carolina Fishing Pioneer 

Jeff Evans, R.I.P. 2010, The Everyday Fisherman, "Back of Buddy," Edisto River, Ashley River, Bacons Bridge, South Carolina Fishing Pioneer.  For more info please

 Will “Wee” Willie Frances, 1942-2021 (Posthumously), Owings Mills, MD: Baltimore, MD, "Eastern Shore Fishing Legend" Champion.

See & Click on Tribute Wall: Fishing was posted for Willie M Francis.   

Thomas “Tom” Evans, Jr., 1947-2021 (Posthumously), Cross, SC: Laurel, MD, Gullah GeeChee Gumee, “Roll Jordan Roll,” Southeastern and Northeastern “Country Boy” Fishing Champion. Click here & read more  

John W. Robinson, Clinton, MD, All-Time Comedian, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., 1911, ECSU Vikings 1966 Industrial Technology and Northeastern Fishing Champion 

Jerry Bell, "Grill Master," United States Army Retired Fishing Champion

Othniel N. Evans, United States Air Force Fishing Champion 

Frederick Smith, Sunfishes: “Brim, Bream, Bluegill,” Low Falls Landing, Cameron, SC Fishing Champion (Ervin Smith's Son)
Clementine Beth Perry, Red Road Estates, Summerville, SC Fishing Champion 

Charles Ash, Low Country, Southern Fishing Champion (Linden Evans Bell, Charles Ash's Aunt)

Allen Houston, Georgia and Southeastern Bass Fishing Champion

Jim "Mudcat" Grant, 1935 - 2021 (Posthumously), Major League Baseball 7 teams' pitcher; two-time All Star (1958-1971), and the first African American winner of 20 games in the American League.  Acclaimed, "A Champion fisherman of baseball fans." "First African American pitcher to win 20 games in a season in the American League and the first African American pitcher to win a World Series game."  For more info please: Click here.  

Dr. James H. Gatling, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, New Opportunities Inc., Connecticut Fishing Champion

Lillian Tucker, Family Northeastern USA Women’s Fishing Champion

Ronald Tucker, Family Northeastern USA Men’s Fishing Champion

Debby Peek, All Seasons Fishing Champion

Shumain Singleton, 1980-2019 (Posthumously), Red Road Estates, Summerville, SC and Valdosta, GA, Environmental Science and Musical Fishing Champion.  For more info: click here

Alex Singleton, Fiber Specialist, International Paper, Port Wentworth, Georgia, The Family Journal, USA & Overseas Fishermen's Hall of Fame (FJUSAOFHF) First-Ballot 2020 Hall of Famer: Atlantic Coast and Pacific Coast Deep-Sea Fishing Champion; 2021 Georgia Forester's Hall of Fame Inductee, Congratulates Gina Ladson Oliver and Moses Oliver of Oliver's Outdoor Adventures on their 2021 FJUSAOFHF Induction.

Gina Ladson Oliver, Oliver's Outdoor Adventures Fishing Champion

Moses Oliver, Oliver's Outdoors Adventures Fishing Champion

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Alphonso Wendell Atkins, “A. W.” Atkins, Bass, Crappie, Bream, Stripper Bass, and Trout. “I just love being out on or near the water.  It is an adventure for me that soothes my soul. And it gets you away from the hustle and bustle of the city.” --- A. W. Atkins, Atlanta Metro Georgia Fishing Champion  

Let's All of Us Go Fishing! A.W. Atkins Video in Real Time, A Must SEE Below.


A South Carolina Family and Friends’ Historical Fishing Legacy, Since 1900, By Dr. Charles L. Singleton

First Family Journal, USA & Overseas Fishermen’s Hall of Fame Historical First- Ballot Induction Thursday, February 18, 2021: click here.

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