Sunday, July 24, 2011

Grand Re-Opening for Summerville tackle shop / video








Moving just a few doors down from its old location, The Charleston Angler store in Summerville celebrated its Grand Re-Opening on Saturday July 23. The building renovations look great and the full-service tackle shop offers anglers everything from live bait, fly fishing supplies, freshwater products, plus rod and reel repair. Local fishing teams were on hand for the celebration, local artist Amanda McLenon was their too, not to mention a cookout for everyone that included chicken wings and ribs! A raffle for door prizes like a folding knife, minnow traps, and other useful items was fun and customers received a free 'Green Wave' t-shirt with their store purchase. Store manager Mike Farmer graciously agreed to a tour of the new facility for Lowcountry Outdoors, including the bait shack out back. Good visiting with you Mike!!

VideoByJeffDennis: Mike Farmer talks about the new Summerville store

PhotosByJeffDennis: Store Manager Mike Farmer and Charleston Angler owner Caroline Rhodes greet customers at the front door on Grand Re-Opening Saturday; A beautiful billfish mount by the rod repair shop; The Creekside Bass angler team is Roger Dennis, Randy Litchfield and Rick Sparger; Raffle winners Trey Fox and Allen Stack of Summerville were happy campers; freshwater bass fishing has a home at the Summerville tackle shop; the green wave t-shirt design; a clouser streamer fly in the fly shop - lovely!!
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