Welcome to Lake Auman

Welcome to our beauiful lake and to the Lake Auman Sports Club website.
The LASC is an organization of resident members who participate in a wide range of activities and programs including social, fishing and sports shooting events and projects aimed at preserving the quality of the Lake Auman experience including addressing environmental concerns, restocking and lake cleanup and water safety programs.

Last fall, LASC volunteered to fund and erect a flagpole at the newly completed Seven Lakes West front entrance. For complete details, click here.

Sports Club Adds Another Floating Fish Feeder
The Lake Auman Sports Club (LASC) is constantly expanding their efforts to improve the quality of Lake Auman and the health of its fish population. Thanks to the recent addition of a second floating fish food feeder made possible by a significant donation of an LASC member, the Sports Club was able to purchase, assemble and place the new feeder in Lake Aman in early June. For the complete story on this project, check it out..

Annual Spring Bass Tourney Results
With a forecast for heavy rains and possible thundershowers in the morning, fewer than usual anglers turned out to participate in the 2016 Lake Auman Sports Team Bass Tournament held on Saturday, May 21, 2016. As it turned out, the weathermen were wrong. The rains stopped just prior to the start of the event and no additional rain was felt the rest of the morning which made for pleasant conditions on the lake. Fifteen anglers made up the 6 teams that competed in this 4-hour catch and release event with prizes awarded to teams with the heaviest five fish total weights for the day and to individuals for the largest bass caught overall. First place team honors went to the father-son team of Ken Chappell and Evan Chappell with a total weight 16 pounds 11 ounces, which was over 3 ½ pounds more than the next closest finisher. In second place was the team of Art Parker and Bob Mathew with a total weight of 13 pounds 2 ounces. Finishing in third place on the leader board was the team of Don Smith, Rich Lovett and Jason Lovett with 8 pounds 12 ounces. The big bass prize went to Ken Chappell for catching a 6 pound 2 ounce “lunker”. Art Parker received the prize for the second largest bass caught which weighed 5 pounds 1 ounce and Tyler Hubert for the third largest, 3 pounds 15 ounces. In previous years, participants always enjoyed a picnic luncheon at Johnson Point following the bass tournament but not this year. With the threatening weather forecast, the picnic had been cancelled and Charlie Flinchum got to take the day off. Jim Pierman, who was unable to fish in this year’s event due to knee surgery, conducted the weigh-in and Sports Club co-founder Ron McGaughey came by to share in the festivities. Thanks to everyone who made this year’s tournament a success!

Spring Cleaning at Johnson Point
A group of LASC members gathered at Johnson Point on April 14 to conduct a Spring cleanup of the grounds prior to the start of seasonal activities. These Sports Club members volunteered to spend several hours cleaning up the grounds and collecting trash. The group included Don Smith, Stan Makson, Tom Kallio, Mark Haut, Dave Lamon, Jack Lattin, John Hoffman, John Viscuo, Bruce Keyser and Jan Pollnow.

member recreational activities and lake programs/projects

Sporting Activities
Social Events
Lake Projects
Regular Meetings
Fishing tournaments
and sports shooting
Events held for members to get
to know each other
Maintaining the lake's
fish population
All aspects of sporting and
lake concerns are covered


9,000+ Bluegill Welcomed to Lake Auman
Lake Auman became the new home for more than 9,000 bluegill on March 16th when the annual stocking of fish by the Seven Lakes Landowners Association, with help from Lake Auman Sports Club volunteers, took place. A professional lake study conducted in 2012 recommended the annual stocking as part of an overall plan for the lake. Other initiatives to ensure and maintain the overall good health of Lake Auman are taking place on an ongoing basis throughout the year by the LA Sports Club. “Bluegill Bucket Brigade”volunteers placed these fish in the lake at ten different locations spread around the lake and that provided good cover. The fish were purchased from Carolina Fish Hatchery in Turkey NC and were certified non-invasive species. Nine Sports Club members participated in this stocking effort: Ed Cockman, Charlie Flinchum, Bruce Keyser, Joe Kristek, Jim Beck, Ray Heller and Stan Makson, along with Dave Lamon supervising and Don Smith organizing the stocking again this year.

The 2016 Bluegill Bucket Brigade