As the pros in the Bassmaster Elite Series left Lake Okeechobee last Sunday, amateur anglers in the Cabela’s B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Southern Divisional were taking their place.
Images of the Day Two weigh-in from the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
McDade – a small backwater at the south end of Pool 5 –was undoubtedly one of the most popular spots on the Red on Day One.
Andrew Upshaw just culled once again near the spot Iaconelli has been working, while Allan Glasgow is across the creek getting bit constantly, but all of his fish are small.
When other anglers are scurrying all around McDade, Iaconelli is sticking with two small spots.
In Pennsylvania they have Punxsutawney Phil as their harbinger of spring. In Louisiana (and I am making this up) it's Alvin Alligator.
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If you plan to compete on South Carolina’s Santee Cooper Reservoir, here’s a tip: Check the entry list for Allan Glasgow of Ashville, Ala. He may be the one you’ll have to beat.
When the final qualifier for the 2012 Bassmaster Classic was determined last weekend, the field was set at 49 anglers from five circuits and 22 states.
Alabama angler takes title, Classic berth in Weekend Series.