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A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

  • Parking Lot Light Installation
  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Electrical Grounding for Businesses
  • Generator and Motor Insulation Resistance Analysis
  • Electrical Troubleshooting for Businesses
  • Ongoing Maintenance Plans for Vital Electrical Equipment
  • Transformer Installation
  • Circuit Testing for Businesses
  • Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Wiring for New Businesses
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Much More

A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Circuit Breakers

Your businesses' electrical system will trip when it has too much electricity running through it. These problems are very common in commercial properties and usually stem from one of three culprits: circuit overloads, short circuits, and ground fault surges. Obviously, when your circuits are tripped regularly, your business operations suffer. To help solve your circuit breaker problems, our commercial electricians will come to your location for in-depth troubleshooting. Once we discover the root cause, we'll get to work on repairing your circuit breaker, so you can continue working and serving your customers.

Flickering Lights

Flickering Lights

Like tripped circuit breakers, dimming or flickering lights are among the most common commercial electrical problems in South Carolina. These issues typically stem from poor electrical connections. These poor connections will usually cause sparks, which can start fires and wreak havoc on your commercial building. While dimming lights might seem minor, if you leave this problem to fester, you could be looking at permanent damage to your businesses' electrical systems. Given the danger involved in fixing this problem, it's important that you work with a licensed business electrician like Engineered Electrical Solutions as soon as you're able to.

Dead Power Outlets

Dead Power Outlets

Dead power outlets aren't always dangerous, unlike other recurring commercial electrical issues. They are, however, disruptive to your company's productivity. Dead outlets are common in older commercial buildings and are often caused by circuit overloads. Connecting multiple high-wattage devices and appliances to the same power socket can cause overheating. When the power outlet overheats, it can lead to tripped circuit breakers. In some cases, the live wire catches fire and burns until it is disconnected. For a reliable solution using high-quality switches, sockets, and circuit breakers, it's best to hire a professional business electrician to get the job done right.

Residential Electrician vs. Commercial Electrician in Mineral Springs:
What's the Difference?

Finding a real-deal, qualified commercial electrician in South Carolina is harder than you might think. Whether it's due to availability or budget, you might be tempted to hire a residential electrician for your commercial electrical problem. While it's true that great residential electricians can help solve commercial issues in theory, it's always best to hire a business electrician with professional experience.

Unlike their residential colleagues, commercial electricians are licensed to deal with different materials and procedures suited specifically for businesses. Commercial wiring is much more complex than residential, and is strategically installed with maintenance, repair, and changes in mind. Additionally, commercial properties usually use a three-phase power supply, necessitating more schooling, skills, and technical ability to service.

The bottom line? If you're a business owner with commercial electricity problems, it's best to work with a licensed commercial electrician, like you will find at Engineered Electrical Solutions.

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Shields Painting has been in the business since 1968. In a world where so much has changed, we are proud to uphold the ideals that make us successful: hard, honest work, getting the job done right, and excellent customer service. Providing you with trustworthy, quality work will always take priority over rushing through a project to serve the next customer. That is just not the way we choose to do business.

As professionals dedicated to perfection, we strive to provide a unique painting experience for every customer - one that focuses on their needs and desires instead of our own. Whether you need residential painting for your home or commercial painting for your business, we encourage you to reach out today to speak with our customer service team. Whether you have big ideas about a new paint project or need our expertise and guidance, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

We want to be sure every one of our customers is satisfied, which is why we offer a three-year guaranteed on our labor. If you're in need of an electrician for your home or business, give our office a call and discover the Engineered Electrical Solutions difference.

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Latest News in Mineral Springs, NC

Hot Springs recognized as state's 'best small town for a weekend escape'

HOT SPRINGS - For the second time this year, a major national publication has recognized a small mountain town in Madison County.Only In Your State, an online travel publication that launched in 2015, named Hot Springs "the best small town in North Carolina for a weekend escape.""Not only is Hot Springs visually stunning — the river and mountain views are abundant — but it&rs...

HOT SPRINGS - For the second time this year, a major national publication has recognized a small mountain town in Madison County.

Only In Your State, an online travel publication that launched in 2015, named Hot Springs "the best small town in North Carolina for a weekend escape."

"Not only is Hot Springs visually stunning — the river and mountain views are abundant — but it’s also filled with fascinating attractions, including the geothermal waters for which the town is named," the article said. "Whether you’re soaking in a mineral tub overlooking the French Broad River or walking the famous Appalachian Trail which passes through downtown, you’ll feel as though you’ve discovered your home away from home."

The article gives nod to a number of local businesses in the piece, too.

"From opportunities to explore the famous Appalachian Trail to the beautiful banks of the French Broad River, Hot Springs offers an abundance of recreational activities," the author, Beth, said. "Equally impressive are the locally-owned businesses dotting the historic downtown. The combination of all of these things is what makes Hot Springs truly unique."

Big Pillow Brewing, Hot Springs Resort & Spa, Smoky Mountain Diner, Spring Creek Tavern, Artisun Gallery & Cafe, Vaste Riviere Provisions and Hot Springs Rafting Company are all named in the feature piece.

The glowing review marks the second such recognition bestowed on Hot Springs recently, as Travel + Leisure also named Hot Springs one of the "10 best small towns on the East Coast."

Hot Springs Mayor Abby Norton said she was in favor of the Only In Your State article.

"The author captured the essence of Hot Springs when she said it offers 'an endless supply of adventure and charm,'" Norton said. "Hot Springs offers that, and more. Our visitors experience a sense of belonging due to the hospitality of business owners and residents alike. I've always said we live in the best place on earth."

Other county residents were not as supportive of the recognition.

Walnut resident Chris Heaney said she commutes to Hot Springs often and worries that the town's recognition could potentially attract more visitors than the town's infrastructure can handle.

"(There is only) one major road through," Heaney said. "Whenever traffic is rerouted and 25/70 is blocked, it creates unsafe conditions on the few other roads in town. Parking is deficient in both Marshall and Hot Springs because the terrain prohibits many level places. There is only one bridge over the river. There's only one way to get there from any direction across the river. If the town is clogged with drive-through tourists, local folks will have a hard time parking and shopping."

Hot Springs resident Wendy Stancil said she is used to the trend of Hot Springs being recognized and feels the concerns about lack of infrastructure may be overblown.

"This happens every few years — an article comes out or we make a top 10 list and we see a bump in tourism that season, and then things morph back to the steadiness we know," Stancil said. "It’s a fact, in Hot Springs anyway: We don’t have enough parking, and it’s a real conundrum because there really isn’t any additional land downtown available for it. So the town has a maximum amount of 'busy,' regardless of how many articles are written."

Instead, Stancil said she feels the town's biggest issue may be a lack of affordable housing.

"The issue seems to be countrywide, but it is affecting the service industry that serves all the people that flock here because employees don’t have places," Stancil said. "There was a trend for many years that each summer a few more folks would move here, work for the summer and end up becoming residents, myself included. That just doesn’t happen anymore because of the vacation rental market."

To view the article, visit https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/north-carolina/small-town-getaways-hot-springs-nc/.

Richmond County COVID cases lowest since before June

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County saw fewer new weekly COVID cases this past week than any other during the summer.According to figures released Sept. 7, there were only 83 new cases for the week, down from 91 the previous week and 127 the week before that.The only other time cases dropped below 90 in recent months was the week ending June 22, when there were 89.The total number of local cases now stands at 14,993 since the first was reported in April of 2020.Richmond County Schools’ COVID Tracker shows 77 ...

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County saw fewer new weekly COVID cases this past week than any other during the summer.

According to figures released Sept. 7, there were only 83 new cases for the week, down from 91 the previous week and 127 the week before that.

The only other time cases dropped below 90 in recent months was the week ending June 22, when there were 89.

The total number of local cases now stands at 14,993 since the first was reported in April of 2020.

Richmond County Schools’ COVID Tracker shows 77 cases so far this school year, with classes in session for two weeks.

Twenty-one of those cases involved staff members: seven at Monroe Avenue; four at East Rockingham; three each at L.J. Bell Elementary and Cordova Middle; two at Richmond Senior; and one each at Fairview Heights Elementary and the Ninth Grade Academy.

The district reports that 56 students have tested positive: 14 at Cordova Middle; 12 at Rockingham Middle; six at East Rockingham; five at Monroe Avenue; four each at Fairview Heights and Mineral Springs Elementary and Richmond Early College High School; three each at NGA and Richmond Sr.; and one at L.J. Bell.

Statewide, cases are more than half the number of those reported this time of year in 2021 — but nearly double what they were in 2020 — according to the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services.

When the Health Department released the numbers Wednesday, Richmond was still labeled as a high-risk county by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, the map on the NCDHHS COVID Dashboard on Friday shows the county is at medium risk, along with Anson, Moore, Lee, Robeson and Cumberland.

Scotland County has been moved to low risk and Montgomery, Stanly and Rowan and Cabarrus are among the 25 high-risk counties.

The Health Department last week reported another COVID-related death, bringing the total to 198. There were two reported between Aug. 17 and 24.

The Omicron BA.5 variant accounts for more than 80% of all cases in the state, according to those sequenced by NCDHHS.

The percentage of patients who have become reinfected seems to have leveled off at around 16%, according to NCDHHS. However, the vaccination status of those reinfected is not known.

State records show COVID-related hospitalizations are on a downward trend. As of Sept. 6, 25 of FirstHealth’s 393 patients (6.3%) were COVID positive.

Of the seven counties with a similar population, Richmond has had the third-lowest number of cases in the past two weeks. Usually Richmond is among the top, if not the highest.

According to NCDHHS, 24% of the county’s population has been fully vaccinated with at least one additional dose.

No. 10 Arkansas vs. No. 24 Texas A&M kickoff time announced

247Sports Embed ResourceDot LoaderThe kickoff time and network for No. 10 Arkansas’ game against No. 24 Texas A&M in 12 days has been announced. The Razorbacks and Aggies will meet for the 79th time on Saturday, Sept. 24 inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington(Texas). Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. (CDT) on ESPN.Arkansas and Texas A&M have played every ye...

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The kickoff time and network for No. 10 Arkansas’ game against No. 24 Texas A&M in 12 days has been announced. The Razorbacks and Aggies will meet for the 79th time on Saturday, Sept. 24 inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington(Texas). Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. (CDT) on ESPN.

Arkansas and Texas A&M have played every year since 2009, and the last 10 matchups have come as conference opponents. The Razorbacks snapped a nine-game losing streak against the Aggies with a 20-10 victory in Arlington last season. The Hogs own a 42-33-3 record in the all-time series with the Aggies.

WHO:No. 10Arkansas Razorbacks (2-0, 1-0 SEC) at No. 24 Texas A&M Aggies (1-1, 0-0 SEC)

WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 24 at 6:00 p.m. (CDT)

WHERE:AT&T Stadium(100,000 cap.) in Arlington (Texas)

TV/STREAM:ESPN | Available via ESPN App

RADIO:Sirius Ch. 99, XM Ch. 190 | Batesville KWOZ-FM 103.3 | Batesville KBTA-AM 1340 | Camden KCXY-FM 95.3 | Camden KAMD-FM 97.1 | Crossett KAGH-AM 800 | Crossett KAGH-FM 104.9 | De Queen KDQN-FM 92.1 | DeWitt KDEW-FM 97.3 | El Dorado KMRX-FM 96.1 | Fayetteville KAKS-FM 99.5 | Fayetteville KUOA-AM 1290 | Fayetteville KQSM-FM 92.1 | Fayetteville KUOA-FM 95.3 | Fayetteville KBVA-FM HD3 106.5 | Forrest City KBFC-FM 93.5 | Fort Smith KERX-FM 95.3 | Glenwood KHGZ-AM 670 | Glenwood KHGZ-FM 98.9 | Hot Springs/Mena KTTG-FM 96.3 | Jonesboro KEGI-FM 100.5 | Little Rock KABZ-FM 103.7 | Magnolia KZHE-FM 100.5 | Marshall KBCN-FM 104.3 | 96.3 Monett (Mo.) KKBL-FM 95.9 | Monticello KGPQ-FM 99.9 | Morrilton KCON-FM 99.3 | Mountain Home KOMT-FM 107.5 | Ozark KDYN-FM 96.7 | Ozark KDYN-AM 1540 | Ruston (La.) KWXM-FM 102.3 | Searcy KSMD-FM 99.1 | Texarkana (Texas) KKTK-AM 1400 | Wynne KWYN-FM 92.5 |TuneIn

WEATHER:TBD

BETTING LINE:TBD

TEXAS A&M AGGIES LAST TIME OUT

The Aggies, who entered Week 2 at No. 6 in the AP Poll, suffered a devastating loss at home against the Appalachian State Mountaineers, 17-14, to fall to 1-1 on the season. Texas A&M was limited to just 186 yards of offense and nine first downs in the loss against Appalachian State, who had given up 63 points to North Carolina just one week prior.

The Aggies will host the No. 13 Miami Hurricanes this weekend before heading to Arlington to meet the Hogs.

ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS LAST TIME OUT

The Arkansas Razorbacks picked up a 44-30 win over the South Carolina Gamecocks in their SEC opener at home. Sophomore running back Raheim Sanders led the way with a career-high 156 rushing yards as the Hogs accumulated 295 yards on the ground as a team and moved to 2-0.

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The Razorbacks have risen to No. 10 in the AP Poll after starting the year at No. 19 and picking up a pair of wins in the first two weeks of the season. Arkansas will host the Missouri State Bears in Fayetteville (Ark.) before taking on Texas A&M.

Did you know HawgSports.com has a podcast calledHawgSports LIVE, along with the popular and occasional Walk & Talk? New episodes are available weekly, bringing you the best Razorback breakdowns and opinions from the top guys in the industry, Trey Biddy, Danny West and Curtis Wilkerson. Catch the latest episode and also subscribe here oniTunes, or catch the latest episode here onMegaphoneor listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Just search for HawgSports Live on your favorite platform.

MDJ Rallies From 43 Pounds Back to Win Qualifying Round at Bass Pro Tour Bally Bet Stage Seven at Mille Lacs Lake Presented by Minn Kota

Tuskegee, Alabama pro Mark Daniels, Jr., Catches 20 Scorable Smallmouth Weighing 79-12 to Overtake Bertrand and Win Qualifying Round for Group A, Group B to Wrap Up Their Qualifying Round TuesdayONAMIA, Minn. (Sept. 12, 2022) – In the biggest Qualifying Round comeback in Bass Pro Tour history, Tuskegee, Alabama, pro Mark Daniels, Jr., boated 20 scorable bass weighing 79 pounds, 12 ounces, to overtake Da...

Tuskegee, Alabama pro Mark Daniels, Jr., Catches 20 Scorable Smallmouth Weighing 79-12 to Overtake Bertrand and Win Qualifying Round for Group A, Group B to Wrap Up Their Qualifying Round Tuesday

ONAMIA, Minn. (Sept. 12, 2022) – In the biggest Qualifying Round comeback in Bass Pro Tour history, Tuskegee, Alabama, pro Mark Daniels, Jr., boated 20 scorable bass weighing 79 pounds, 12 ounces, to overtake Day 1 leader Arizona’s Josh Bertrand and win the Group A Qualifying Round Monday at the Major League Fishing (MLF) Bass Pro Tour Bally Bet Stage Seven at Mille Lacs Lake Presented by Minn Kota in Onamia, Minnesota.

Link to HD Video – Fish-Catch Highlights of Group A Qualifying Round Day 2 on Mille Lacs Lake Link to Photo Gallery of Group A’s Day 2 Highlights

Daniels started the day in seventh place, with a 42-pound, 15-ounce deficit to leader Bertrand. Bertrand struggled, only catching eight keepers on the day for 25 pounds, while Daniels slowly rallied throughout the day, eventually overtaking Bertrand in the third period and coasting to the win by an 11-pound, 13-ounce margin. Daniels ended the two-day Qualifying Round with a two-day total of 32 bass for 123-10, while Bertrand finished second with 35 bass weighing 111-13.

The top 20 anglers from Group A will now have an off day from competition Tuesday, while the 40 anglers competing in Qualifying Group B will complete their two-day Qualifying Round. The Knockout Round, featuring 38 anglers competing to finish in the top eight, will take place Wednesday. Thursday’s Championship Round will feature Mark Daniels, Jr., Tuesday’s Group B winner, and the top eight anglers from the Knockout Round competing in a final-day shootout for the top prize of $100,000.

“Man, what a crazy, crazy day,” Daniels said in his post-game interview. “I went out this morning knowing I needed to catch a few bass to ensure I made the Knockout Round. I caught a few early – a couple of really big ones – and those five-pounders can really add up quick. Next thing you know, I’m 30 pounds back. But I’m still thinking no, that’s still quite a bit.

“So I keep plucking, just fishing around, and boom, I catch two or three more. Now I’m at 25. I keep fishing around and it’s just going down. 25. 17. 15. 11. Once I heard 15, I was like, ‘that’s only three or four bites, if they don’t start catching them pretty quick, I can probably make something happen.’ And that’s what happened. I just circled through areas where I knew fish were living and tried to maximize my fishing time. And man, I caught some big ones today.”

Daniels caught his bass mainly on a drop-shot rig, but he also added a few scorable keepers on a swimbait. He credited his Garmin electronics and Favorite Fishing HEX spinning rods as being the keys to his success.

“I was fortunate to win the round, and I couldn’t be any happier,” Daniels went on to say. “I just kept it simple, panning around, looking at my electronics, and making precise casts to targets. It was such fun day, and hopefully we can drag in some more like we did today on Championship Thursday.”

Bertrand, despite his Day 2 struggles, remained optimistic about his chances in Wednesday’s Knockout Round.

“Overall, it was a really tough day for me, but late in the day I learned a couple of things that can be really valuable for me in the Knockout Round,” Bertrand said. “The biggest thing that I learned is that when it’s calm, these fish definitely seem to get up and cruise the flats.

“In the Knockout Round, I’m going to use the same drop-shot rig with the same (Berkley PowerBait MaxScent) Hit Worm I was using in the deep boulders, but I’m going to a lighter weight,” he continued. “I am switching to a 3/8-ounce weight instead of the ½-ounce. I’m just going to lighten everything up and try to get a little stealthier.”

The top 20 pros in Qualifying Group A that now advance to Wednesday’s Knockout Round on Mille Lacs Lake are:

1st: Mark Daniels, Jr., Tuskegee, Ala., 32 bass, 123-10 – ADVANCES TO CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 2nd: Josh Bertrand, Queen Creek, Ariz., 35 bass, 111-13 3rd: Stephen Browning, Hot Springs, Ark., 26 bass, 108-6 4th: Jordan Lee, Cullman, Ala., 28 bass, 93-12 5th: Brent Chapman, Lake Quivira, Kan., 30 bass, 86-3 6th: Luke Clausen, Spokane, Wash., 21 bass, 81-15 7th: David Walker, Sevierville, Tenn., 22 bass, 81-12 8th: Michael Neal, Dayton, Tenn., 23 bass, 80-2 9th: Dakota Ebare, Brookeland, Texas, 21 bass, 79-4 10th: Matt Lee, Cullman, Ala., 21 bass, 78-8 11th: Mark Rose, Wynne, Ark., 27 bass, 78-4 12th: Brent Ehrler, Redlands, Calif., 22 bass, 78-1 13th: Jeff Kriet, Ardmore, Okla., 20 bass, 74-13 14th: Jonathon VanDam, Kalamazoo, Mich., 20 bass, 73-11 15th: Todd Faircloth, Jasper, Texas, 23 bass, 72-5 16th: Roy Hawk, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., 21 bass, 72-5 17th: Jesse Wiggins, Addison, Ala., 20 bass, 72-0 18th: Ish Monroe, Oakdale, Calif., 21 bass, 71-3 19th: Marty Robinson, Lyman, S.C., 20 bass, 70-13 20th: Boyd Duckett, Guntersville, Ala., 23 bass, 70-11

A complete list of results can be found at MajorLeagueFishing.com.

Overall, there were 381 scorable bass weighing 1,295 pounds, 13 ounces caught by the 40 pros Monday.

Pro Stephen Browning of Hot Springs, Arkansas, earned Monday’s $1,000 Berkley Big Bass Award with a huge smallmouth weighing 6 pounds, 8 ounces that he caught in Period 3 on a vibrating jig. Berkley awards $1,000 to the angler who weighs the heaviest bass each day, and a $3,000 bonus to the angler who weighs the heaviest bass of the tournament.

The six-day tournament, hosted by the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, showcases 80 of the best professional anglers in the world competing for a purse of more than $805,000, including a top payout of $100,000 to the winner. The tournament is livestreamed each day at MajorLeagueFishing.com and the MOTV app, and also filmed for television broadcast later this fall on the Discovery Channel.

The 40 Anglers in Group A competed in their two-day qualifying round on Saturday and Monday – the 40 anglers in Group B on Sunday and Tuesday. After each two-day qualifying round is complete, the anglers that finish in 2nd through 20th place from both groups advance to Wednesday’s Knockout Round, while the winner of each group advances directly to Thursday’s Championship Round. In the Knockout Round, weights are zeroed, and the remaining 38 anglers compete to finish in the top 8 to advance to the Championship Round. In the final day Championship Round, weights are zeroed, and the highest one-day total wins the top prize of $100,000.

Anglers will launch each day at 7:30 a.m. CT from Eddy’s Resort, located at 41334 Shakopee Lake Road in Onamia. Each day’s General Tire Takeout will be held at the Resort, beginning at 4 p.m. Fans are welcome to attend all launch and takeout events and also encouraged to follow the event online throughout the day on the MLF NOW!® live stream and SCORETRACKER® coverage at MajorLeagueFishing.com.

On Championship Thursday, Sept. 15, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. MLF will host a Celebration Event for fans of all ages, inviting fans to come out and celebrate with the professional anglers from the Bass Pro Tour as they crown the champion of the Bally Bet Stage Seven on Mille Lacs Lake Presented by Minn Kota. The first 50 youth anglers 10 and under in attendance will receive a free Pure Fishing Shakespeare Kid’s Rod and Reel combo. The final 10 Championship Round Bass Pro Tour anglers will be on hand at the trophy celebration to meet and greet fans, sign autographs, and take selfies.

The Bally Bet Stage Seven on Mille Lacs Lake Presented by Minn Kota features anglers competing with a 2-pound minimum weight requirement for a bass to be deemed scorable. Minimum weights are determined individually for each competition waters that the Bass Pro Tour visits, based on the productivity, bass population and anticipated average size of fish in each fishery.

The Bass Pro Tour features a field of 80 of the top professional anglers in the world competing across seven regular-season tournaments around the country, competing for millions of dollars and valuable points to qualify for the annual General Tire Heavy Hitters all-star event and REDCREST IV, the Bass Pro Tour championship, which will be held next March on Lake Norman in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The MLF NOW!® broadcast team of Chad McKee, Marty Stone and J.T. Kenney will break down the extended action on all six days of competition from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CT. MLF NOW!® will be live streamed on MajorLeagueFishing.com and the MyOutdoorTV (MOTV) app.

Television coverage of the Bally Bet Stage Seven on Mille Lacs Lake Presented by Minn Kota will premiere as a two-hour episode at 7 a.m. ET, on Saturday, Nov. 19 on the Discovery Channel. New MLF episodes premiere each Saturday morning on the Discovery Channel, with additional re-airings on the Outdoor Channel. Each two-hour long reality-based episode goes in-depth to break down each day of tournament competition.

Proud sponsors of the 2022 MLF Bass Pro Tour include: 13 Fishing, Abu Garcia, A.R.E. Truck Caps, B&W Trailer Hitches, Bally Bet, Bass Cat, Bass Pro Shops, Berkley, Covercraft, Favorite Fishing, Garmin, General Tire, Googan Baits, Grundéns, Guaranteed Rate, Humminbird, Lowrance, Luminox, Mercury, Minn Kota, Mossy Oak, Nitro Performance Boats, Onyx, Plano, Power-Pole, Power Stop, Rapala, Starbrite, Toro, Toyota, Wrangler, Yellowstone Bourbon and Zoom.

For complete details and updated information on Major League Fishing and the Bass Pro Tour, visit MajorLeagueFishing.com. For regular updates, photos, tournament news and more, follow MLF’s social media outlets at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

About Major League Fishing Major League Fishing (MLF) is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, producing more than 250 events annually at some of the most prestigious fisheries in the world, while broadcasting to America’s living rooms on CBS, the Discovery Channel, the Outdoor Channel, CBS Sports Network, the World Fishing Network, and on-demand on MyOutdoorTV (MOTV). Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with offices in Benton, Kentucky, the MLF roster of bass anglers includes the world’s top pros and more than 30,000 competitors in all 50 states and 13 countries. In 2019, MLF expanded its portfolio of catch, weigh, and immediately release events to include the sport’s strongest five-biggest-fish format tournament circuits. Since its founding in 2011, MLF has advanced the sport of competitive fishing through its premier television broadcasts and livestreams and is dedicated to improving the quality of life for bass through research, education, fisheries enhancement, and fish care.

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Most enchanting places for fall foliage in the USA

It is time for sweater weather, yet the new season ushers in one of nature’s most beautiful cycles: the changing of the leaves. All around the United States, oak, ash, maple, and hickory trees are undergoing marvellous transformations. And each landscape is like a flawless postcard. Visit any of these stunning locations in the United States for a quick weekend break or a longer vacation to experience autumn’s peak foliage and the most beautiful fall coloursGreat Smoky Mountains, North Carolina and Tennessee...

It is time for sweater weather, yet the new season ushers in one of nature’s most beautiful cycles: the changing of the leaves. All around the United States, oak, ash, maple, and hickory trees are undergoing marvellous transformations. And each landscape is like a flawless postcard. Visit any of these stunning locations in the United States for a quick weekend break or a longer vacation to experience autumn’s peak foliage and the most beautiful fall colours

Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina and Tennessee

Clingmans Dome Road, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Foothills Parkway, and the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail are a few suggested picturesque routes. On foot, explore the Appalachian Trail, Inspiration Point on the Alum Cave Trail, the Oconaluftee River Trail, Look Rock Tower, and Sutton Ridge Overlook while taking in the fall colours. The Great Smoky Mountains have more than 100 different native tree species, most of which are deciduous, and they put on a spectacular fall display. Because weather is affected by elevation, the higher portions of the mountains start to change colour first and then gradually descend

Catskill Mountains, New York

Fall foliage illuminates the Great Northern Catskills’ magnificent vistas with flaming gold, tangerine, and reddish colours, making it the perfect time to visit. While there are different leaf peeping seasons in New York State, the fall foliage in the Catskills reaches its height around early- to mid-October. Before exploring the nearby cideries and breweries and the culture of the Catskills towns like Livingston Manor, Woodstock, and New Paltz, take in the landscape on a hike or scenic drive.

North Conway, New Hampshire

North Conway, which is tucked away in the Mount Washington Valley, makes the most of its location by providing a variety of opportunities for people to take in the scenery, such as from a gondola, zip line, trek, dogsled, rollercoaster, or boat. North Conway, New Hampshire, in particular, is abounding with gorgeous foliage, pumpkins, sweaters, boots, fairs, mountains, hot chocolate, and everything pumpkin spice during the autumn. The finest time of year is undoubtedly during the fall foliage season (hello, pumpkin spiced EVERYTHING). Early in the September to October season, New Hampshire has vibrant fall foliage. Take a beautiful trip between North Conway and Lincoln on the Kancamagus Highway (Route 112) in the White Mountains.

Lenox, Massachusetts

Lenox, one of the several towns in the Berkshires, is a part of a region famed for its fall foliage since it is home to Massachusetts’ biggest state forest (October Mountain State Forest). With its many hiking trails and picturesque byway, Mount Greylock makes for a great observation place. It is easy to find fall foliage hotspots in the region thanks to the abundance of natural beauties like Bash Bish Falls, most notably Bartholomew’s Cobble and Woods Pond.

Taos, New Mexico

Taos, located in New Mexico, is surrounded by the Southern Rockies’ Sangre de Cristo Mountains and offers stunning views and imaginative ways to take them in. The Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway, the High Road between Taos and Santa Fe, Highway 64, and the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad are among the attractions for fall colour.

Excellent choices for hiking include the Williams Lake Trail, the Wheeler Peak Summit Trail, and the Goose Creek Trail. A popular trail is the Columbine Trail, however Angel Fire Resort also offers the Chile Express chairlift for people who don’t want to hike.

Payette River Scenic Byway, Idaho

West of Boise, on state Highway 55, the 112-mile Payette River Scenic Byway journey begins. Peak leaf season might arrive in this region at any time between the end of August and mid-October, depending on the yearly weather patterns. Cascade’s whitewater rafting and Lake Cascade State Park’s overnight camping are two of the highlights of this route. Explore the lake’s shoreline by canoe or boat, or try your hand at off-road driving an all-terrain vehicle. Ponderosa State Park offers hiking opportunities as well as relaxing natural hot springs baths.

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