Elite Series Santee Cooper Showdown presented by MotorGuide
Many of the 55 anglers competing in the Bassmaster Memorial know that if they're to survive Friday's cut to 12, they'll have to pull a fairly sizable bag of fish from Eagle Mountain Lake.
Several of the final few anglers who came to the scales during the second day of this Major championship reversed that trend. And there were some of the sport's biggest names among them.
Shaw Grigsby is in the lead going into Day Four of the 2006 Bassmaster Legends on Arkansas River.
Scott Rook wins the 2006 Major- Legends-on the Arkansas River, his home body of water.
"We're thrilled about this year's roster of talent that will bring up-to the-minute coverage of the Classic to fans at home," said Christine Godleski, vice president and general manager of ESPN Outdoors. "We're starting the season off right with the Classic kick-off and plan to use this momentum to jump start us into the season ahead.
If you are ready for a change of pace, try your hand at fishing rocky riprap and seawalls — those obvious shoreline-hugging features found on lakes, rivers and reservoirs across the country.
Tim Horton is excited about the new Elite Series which offers him a tremendous opportunity to further his career as a professional angler.
"I have been totally shocked at the magnitude of what winning the Classic has meant." VanDam says. "Without a doubt, bass fishing is far more mainstream than ever before."
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