Anglers say winner should eclipse last year's 104-8 total
As Alton Jones was being driven to the ESPN headquarters at 6 a.m. Monday, he was still trying to grasp what had happened to him in the past 24 hours.
After one day it's apparent the competition for those top-12 spots will be fierce. With 55 fishermen in the field, only 2 pounds separates fourth place and 20th place in this second of three Bassmaster Major events.
Day Two of the 2006 Bassmaster American at Lake Wylie has Timmy Horton at the top of the leaderboard.
If Wolak maintains his lead in today's finale of the Bassmaster American, he will be the first angler in eight days of BASS competition on Lake Wylie to hold the lead for more than one day.
The field has been trimmed to 6 at the Bassmaster American on Lake Wylie with Dave Wolak in the lead.
"The only home field advantage I see right now is I won't get lost. I know where all the places are, and I know how to get there and get back."
"It's one of the first ones I've made in a real long time," said VanDam. "It cost me a really good fish. That's how you learn though."
Scott Rook can literally see his house from where he's fishing at the Legends.
No two days are alike in the world of bass fishing, as Michael Iaconelli has shown us at the 2006 Major event.